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Chiefs Today: Traditional Pacific Leadership and the Postcolonial State, and: Leadership in the Pacific Islands: Tradition and the Future (review)

Chiefs Today: Traditional Pacific Leadership and the Postcolonial State, and: Leadership in the... book re v iews 569 Chiefs Today: Traditional Pacific viding state services; and chiefs who Leadership and the Postcolonial State, act against the state as representatives edited by Geoffrey M White and of local identities and aspirations. The Lamont Lindstrom. East-West Center case studies in chapters 2 to 14 illus- Series on Contemporary Issues in Asia trate the various discourses that have and the Pacific. Stanford, ca: Stanford contributed to the persistence, trans- University Press, 1997. i s b n cloth, formation, and (re) emergence of 0– 8047–2849–6; xiv + 343 pages, chiefs in the Pacific. The editors do map, notes, bibliography, index. not attempt to systematize these dis- Cloth, u s $49.50; paper u s$18.95. courses, but I do not believe that it would inflict gross conceptual violence Leadership in the Pacific Islands: on the idiosyncrasies of the various Tradition and the Future, edited by cases to characterize them as dis- Don Shuster, Peter Larmour, and courses on state, democracy, and Karin von Strokirch. Pacific Policy nationhood, discourses on Christian - Paper 30. Canberra: National Centr e ity, discourses on tradition, and dis- for Development Studies, Research courses on business and development. School of Pacific and Asian Studies, http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png The Contemporary Pacific University of Hawai'I Press

Chiefs Today: Traditional Pacific Leadership and the Postcolonial State, and: Leadership in the Pacific Islands: Tradition and the Future (review)

The Contemporary Pacific , Volume 13 (2) – Jul 1, 2001

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University of Hawai'I Press
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Copyright © 2001 University of Hawai'i Press.
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1527-9464

Abstract

book re v iews 569 Chiefs Today: Traditional Pacific viding state services; and chiefs who Leadership and the Postcolonial State, act against the state as representatives edited by Geoffrey M White and of local identities and aspirations. The Lamont Lindstrom. East-West Center case studies in chapters 2 to 14 illus- Series on Contemporary Issues in Asia trate the various discourses that have and the Pacific. Stanford, ca: Stanford contributed to the persistence, trans- University Press, 1997. i s b n cloth, formation, and (re) emergence of 0– 8047–2849–6; xiv + 343 pages, chiefs in the Pacific. The editors do map, notes, bibliography, index. not attempt to systematize these dis- Cloth, u s $49.50; paper u s$18.95. courses, but I do not believe that it would inflict gross conceptual violence Leadership in the Pacific Islands: on the idiosyncrasies of the various Tradition and the Future, edited by cases to characterize them as dis- Don Shuster, Peter Larmour, and courses on state, democracy, and Karin von Strokirch. Pacific Policy nationhood, discourses on Christian - Paper 30. Canberra: National Centr e ity, discourses on tradition, and dis- for Development Studies, Research courses on business and development. School of Pacific and Asian Studies,

Journal

The Contemporary PacificUniversity of Hawai'I Press

Published: Jul 1, 2001

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