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Vol.34 no.2, 2014(10)

Title: Volume 34 no.2, 2014 - Articles

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Title: Understanding how the Tongan idea of fakalakalaka relates to the western idea of sustainable design when building houses in Tonga

Author: Talei, Charmaine 'Ilaiu
Subject:  Tonga|Housing
 Design and construction
Volume: Vol.34 no.2, 2014
Collation: p. 37-52

Abstract: Fakalakalaka is a term often used by Tongan people to describe how they have moved forward or 'how to do development '

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Title: The Tongan model : adapting a community health development approach to the Tongan diaspora in urban New Zealand

Author: Ofanoa, Malakai, Raeburn, John
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Volume: Vol.34 no.2, 2014
Collation: p. 5-18

Abstract: This paper discusses a participatory action research project conducted with Tongans living in Mangere, a suburb of Auckland, New Zealand. The primary aim of the research was to adapt a weI/proven New Zealand community development/ health promotion model to use with Tongans living in urban areas, so as to enable them to address the health and well-being issues affecting them in a positive way.

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Title: The mineral depletion-fuel imports Nexus and its effects on life expenctancy in Fiji

Author: Chen, Hong, Prasad, Biman Chand, Singh, Baljeet
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Volume: Vol.34 no.2, 2014
Collation: p. 19-36

Abstract: This paper investigates the nexus between mineral depletion and fuel imports and its possible consequence on life expectancy in Fiji

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Title: Assessing development : designing better indices of poverty and gender equity in Fiji

Author: Chattier, Priya
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Volume: Vol.34 no.2, 2014
Collation: p. 87-108

Abstract: This paper explores gender and feminist aspects of an ongoing multi-year, multi-country, interdisciplinary research project, that seeks to develop a new measure of deprivation, that is genuinely gender-sensitive and responsive to the expressed interests and views of poor women and men.

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Title: Ironies of globalisation : observations from Fiji and Kiribati

Author: McNamara, Karen E., Westoby, Ross
Subject:  Globalisation|Oceania
 Fiji|Social conditions
 Kiribati|Social conditions
Volume: Vol.34 no.2, 2014
Collation: p. 53-62

Abstract: This article explores a number of ironies of globalisation that have transpired from observations of working with communities in Fiji and Kiribati

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Title: Changes in teachers' world of work in a developing context : the case of Solomon Islands

Author: Lingam, Govinda Ishwar, Lingam, Narsamma
Subject:  Teachers|Training of.
Volume: Vol.34 no.2, 2014
Collation: p. 109-128

Abstract: This study explores the perceived magnitude of changes that have occurred in teachers ' world of work in the Solomon Islands.

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Title: Living arrangements of the elderly in Fiji

Author: Seniloli, Kesaia, Tawake, Rupeni
Subject:  Older people|Housing|Fiji
Volume: Vol.34 no.2, 2014
Collation: p. 129-155

Abstract: This paper examined the patterns and factors influencing the living arrangements of the elderly in Fiji.

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Title: Factors influencing consumer perception (CP) towards TV and newspaper advertising

Author: Liligeto, Rejieli, Singh, Gurmeet, Naz, Rafia
Subject:  Advertising media planning|Fiji
 Advertising, Newpaper|Fiji
 Consumer behavior
Volume: Vol.34 no.2, 2014
Collation: p. 63-86

Abstract: The concept of advertising has been subject to diverse interpretations

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