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Class, capital and spatial differentiation in Papua New Guinea

Fahey, Stephanie

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The broad theme of this thesis is the analysis of increasing social and spatial differentiation in Papua New Guinea. More specifically, the thesis investigates how people of different regions respond to new forms of capital. and examines the importance of class and gender relations. The analysis of regional diversity considers an alternative methodology for inter- regional and intra-regional comparisons of socio-economic well-being. The analysis is conducted at two spatial scales: the...[Show more]

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Date published: 1988
Type: Thesis (PhD)
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/1885/128317

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