Chuave politics: changing patterns of leadership in Papua New Guinea Highlands.
This study of contemporary politics and political change in Chuave, in Papua New Guineas Simbu Province,documents the way in which the nature of local level leadership has changed since Europeans first entered the area in 1933 and examines how current big men cooperate and compete in everyday political affairs within and beyond their own clan or village.
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