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Grassroots, Ceux qui votent (review)

Grassroots, Ceux qui votent (review) book and media reviews 497 [the president] was not a true Fijian” anthropology students and a welcome (117). contribution to the ethnography of Considering her observations, it is Fiji. somewhat disappointing that Brison matthew tomlinson does not explore the implications of Monash University conducting her interviews in English (see 93n1). Because English is the *** language of education and internation- alism, it is confi gured, to some extent, Grassroots, Ceux qui votent. dvd, 85 as a language of critique; by interview- minutes, color, 2007. Director: Éric ing women in English, Brison may Wittersheim. Producers: Éric Witter- have helped set the women’s stances sheim and David Quesemand, with as critical observers who would aspire support from the École des Hautes to certain ideologically “non-Fijian” Études en Sciences Sociales, Paris, ideals. For example, she mentions how and the Vanuatu Cultural Centre. one woman frames the story of her Languages: Bislama and French, with marriage in terms of romantic love subtitles in Bislama, French, English, even though she had been pressured and Spanish. Distributor: Association into marrying a man she barely knew. Philux. Information for ordering can Brison concludes, “Sera’s attempt to be obtained at http://philux.org /dvd/ construe her marriage as one http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png The Contemporary Pacific University of Hawai'I Press

Grassroots, Ceux qui votent (review)

The Contemporary Pacific , Volume 20 (2) – Aug 1, 2008

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Abstract

book and media reviews 497 [the president] was not a true Fijian” anthropology students and a welcome (117). contribution to the ethnography of Considering her observations, it is Fiji. somewhat disappointing that Brison matthew tomlinson does not explore the implications of Monash University conducting her interviews in English (see 93n1). Because English is the *** language of education and internation- alism, it is confi gured, to some extent, Grassroots, Ceux qui votent. dvd, 85 as a language of critique; by interview- minutes, color, 2007. Director: Éric ing women in English, Brison may Wittersheim. Producers: Éric Witter- have helped set the women’s stances sheim and David Quesemand, with as critical observers who would aspire support from the École des Hautes to certain ideologically “non-Fijian” Études en Sciences Sociales, Paris, ideals. For example, she mentions how and the Vanuatu Cultural Centre. one woman frames the story of her Languages: Bislama and French, with marriage in terms of romantic love subtitles in Bislama, French, English, even though she had been pressured and Spanish. Distributor: Association into marrying a man she barely knew. Philux. Information for ordering can Brison concludes, “Sera’s attempt to be obtained at http://philux.org /dvd/ construe her marriage as one

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Published: Aug 1, 2008

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