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Vol.35 no.2, 2015(12)

Title: Volume 35 no.2, 2015 - Contents

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Title: The 2014 Fiji general election : a fresh start on the road to democracy?

Author: Naidu, Vijay
Subject:  Election|Fiji
 Constitution law|Fiji
 Human rights|Fiji
Volume: Vol.35 no.2, 2015
Collation: p. 129-145

Abstract: The 2014 general election in Fiji has been in many ways a completely novel experience for the people of the country, especially for condidates and for the voters. The newness of the event has to do with the electoral system adopted by the recently promulgated 2013 Constitution.

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Title: Control, alt, delete : how Fiji's new prelectoral system and media coverage affected election results for women candidates in the 2014 election

Author: Liki, Asenati, Slatter, Claire
Subject:  Womem political candidates|Oceania
Volume: Vol.35 no.2, 2015
Collation: p. 71-88

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Title: Reflections on the September 2014 elections : a CSO perspective (from the community out)

Author: Khan, Chantelle
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Collation: p. 65-70

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Title: Volume 35 no.2, 2015 - Special issue

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Title: Religion, the christian state and the secular state : discourses during the 2014 Fiji general election campaign

Author: Ryle, Jacqueline
Subject:  Election|Fiji
 Christian sociology
 Secularism
Volume: Vol.35 no.2, 2015
Collation: p. 35-48

Abstract: This article explores discourses on the Christian state, secular state and religion in the media during the 2014 Fiji elction campaign

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Title: Representative democracy, the constitution and electoral engineering in Fiji : 2014 and beyond

Author: Nanau, Gordon Leua
Subject:  Election|Fiji
 Political stability|Moral and ethical aspects|Fiji
Volume: Vol.35 no.2, 2015
Collation: p. 17-34

Abstract: In an attempt to ensure all citizens are equally represented and their interests accommodated in a multicultural setting, Fiji changed its electoral system four times since flag independence

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Title: Volume 35 no.2, 2015 - Introduction

Author: Naidu, Vijay, Tarte, Sandra
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Collation: p. 5-8

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Title: Analysing the open list system of proportional representation in Fiji's 2014 general election : a perspective from the Fiji Electoral Commission

Author: Arms, D.G.
Subject:  Election|Fiji
Volume: Vol.35 no.2, 2015
Collation: p. 9-16

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Title: Political social media campaigning in Fiji's 2014 elections

Author: Tarai, Jope, Kant, Romitesh, Finau, Glen, Titifanue, Jason
Subject:  Election|Fiji
 Press and politics|Fiji
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Title: "Knowns, unknowns, and unknown unknowns" in the 2014 Fiji election result♥

Author: Baker, Nicola, Nakagawa, Haruo
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Volume: Vol.35 no.2, 2015
Collation: p. 115-128

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Title: Insecurity of Taukei land as an issue in the 2014 general elction : real threat or political gimmick?

Author: Sakai, Sefanaia
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Volume: Vol.35 no.2, 2015
Collation: p. 49-64

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