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|Additional Physical Format:||Online version:
Fijians in town.
Suva : Institute of Pacific Studies of the University of the South Pacific, 1986
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Solrun Williksen; C C M Griffin; Mike Davis; University of the South Pacific. Institute of Pacific Studies.
|Description:||xv, 224 pages : illustrations ; 21 cm|
City lights: Who wants to stay on the farm? / Eloni Goneyali --
Fijian interprovincial migration and urbanisation: a study of age and sex preferences / Roger Frazer --
The growth of wage labour and its consequences for a Fijian village / Elizabeth Ponter --
Survival: Urban Fijians and the problems of unemployment / C. Gounis and H.J. Rutz --
Prostitution: problem or profitable industry? / Taina Nabavu and Betty Schutz --
Crime and punishment: social meanings / C.C.M. Griffin --
Identity: "It's a man's game": identity, social role, social change and delinquency in Suva / Michael M. Davis --
Communication, social identity and the rising cost of Fijian communalism / Lasarusa Vusoniwailala --
Can custom be custom built?: cultural obstacles to Fijian commercial enterprise / Aporoso Rakoto --
Vaka-i-Suva: the new tradition: The dilemma of tradition / Aloesi Suguta --
Is kinship costly? / Nacanieli Rika --
Ceremony and complication in an urban setting / Solrun W. Bakker.
|Responsibility:||[authors, Solrun W. Bakker [and others] ; edited by Chris Griffin ; Mike Monsell-Davis].|