Law and Order in a Weak State. Crime and Politics in Papua New Guinea
A study of crime and politics in Papua New Guinea. Sinclair Dinnen focuses on three case studies, involving urban gangs, mining security, and election-related violence. In each he sees the complex interplay of Melanesian social practices with the disruptive forces of modernization.
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