Indigenous politics in the governance of Fiji : the case of forestry
Indigenous Fijian politics in the modem world has been bewildering to many besides indigenous Fijians themselves. Fijians want to change to the modem world and simultaneously they are held back giving the impression that they do not want to . This thesis seeks to provide an explanation as to why it seems difficult for ethnic Fijians to change so as to accelerate social, economic and political development in their quest for change. in the process it chooses to view Fijian politics and...[Show more]
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