Cross-cultural influences on village relocation on the Weather Coast of Guadalcanal, Solomon Islands, c.1870-1953

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1974-08
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Bennett, Judith Ann
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[Honolulu]
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The original intention, in 1972, to examine the impact of the intercolonial labor trade on a geographically confined and still isolated area of the Solomon Islands was precluded in part by Peter Corris' penetrating study of 1970. As a result the focus of investigation shifted to the specific effects of the labor trade on village nucleation and relocation, the thesis being that returnees from the plantations of Fiji and Queensland were catalysts of change who introduced the idea of larger settlements.
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xxx, 259 leaves. illustrations, maps, tables
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Population research Solomon Islands, Population research Guadalcanal
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