A thousand graduates: Conflict in University Development in Papau New Guinea, 1961-1976
University institutions have been a recent innovation in Papua New Guinea, a late produc t of that country's protracted development towards nationhood. Charged with rapidly augmenting an embryonic national bureaucratic-technical elite, they have been eminently successful in fulfilling their brief : since their foundation in the middle and late 1960s they have undertaken ambitious programmes of teaching and research, and have maintained the flow of graduates which helped make Independence...[Show more]
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