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Race, Class and Ethnicity : Industrial Relations in the South Pacific with Special Reference to Fiji and Bougainville1 Alexander Mamak and Richard Bedford p. 45-60 TEXT BIBLIOGRAPHY NOTES ENDNOTES AUTHOR(S)ILLUSTRATIONS FULL TEXT Source: http://books.openedition.org 1 The fieldwork conducted by the senior author in Fiji between 1970-72 was made possible by a grant (…) 1 The importance of class analysis for explaining contemporary behaviour in the South […]
Essays in honor of professor Douglas Oliver Douglas L. Oliver Publications de la SdO … Excerpt (Source: http://books.openedition.org) One of the less fortunate legacies that we who practice ethnography in Oceania have given the scholarly world is the stereotype of the Melanesian leader as “Big Man”. The designation “Big Man”, derived literally from the metaphor commonly used […]
Declaration of Melanesians Nationhood: We declare that WE ARE the Afrikans in the South Pacific Islands, the original inhabitants of the Earth, spanning from Africa, Asia, Europe, Oceania to Americas; the original people that represent the image and spirit of the “Earth”, by the way of our colour, our worldview, our Melanesian Way with our […]
¶ page Standard¶ Melanesian People (10) Independence Declaration, Kanak, Melanesian, ni-Vanuatu, proclamation (2), The Melanesian Way (2) Length:  words., and modified on: November 11th, 2020.