Islands, Islanders and the World: The Colonial and Post-colonial Experience of Eastern Fijiby Tim Bayliss-Smith, Richard Bedford, Harold Brookfield, Marc Latham
The authors examine the environmental, social and economic aspects of colonial and post-colonial experience in Fiji.See more details below
The authors examine the environmental, social and economic aspects of colonial and post-colonial experience in Fiji.
Table of Contents
List of illustrations; List of tables; Foreword: the MAB Programme and the Eastern Fiji Project G. Glaser; Editorial note; 1. On the study of islands, people and events; 2. The island landscape; 3. Capitalism and colonialism in the periphery; 4. Physical and economic externalities and their impact; 5. Vulnerability in a changing society; 6. Pampered periphery?; 7. Villages of adaptation: Batiki and Kabara; 8. Adaptation or stagnation? the case of Koro; 9. Villages of change: Taveuni and Lakeba; 10. Regional development for an island periphery; 11. Island studies and geography; Appendix: publications of the UNESCO/UNFPA Easter Fiji Project; References; Index.
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