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Pacific Asia Inquiry Volume 3, Number 1, 2012

Pacific Asia Inquiry Volume 3, Number 1, 2012

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Pacific Asia Inquiry

Multidisciplinary Perspectives

Occasional Papers in the Liberal Arts & Social Sciences

Volume 3, Number 1,  2012

 

 

 

Contents

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Editorial Board Members and Policies
Editor’s Note
 
 

THEME ARTICLES

 

MIGRATION ISSUES IN MICRONESIA AND TAIWAN

Paths of Central Caroline Island Children During Migration and Times of Rapid Change
04spencer_7-29.pdf
Mary L. Spencer
 

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Together and Apart: Spatial Tactics of Women in Seafaring and Commuting Household in Taiwan
05liuchang_30-40.pdf
Ying-Chun Liu and Lan-Hung Nora Chiang
 
 

COLONIAL LEGACIES AND SOCIAL CHANGE

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Colonial Uneven Development, Fijian Vanua, and Modern Ecotourism in Taveuni, Fiji
06lin_41-57.pdf
Hao-Li Lin
 

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The (Un)exceptional Life of a Non-Voting Delegate: Guam and the Production of American Sovereignty
07bevacqua_58-75.pdf
Michael Lujan Bevacqua
 
 

ECONOMIC STRUCTURES AND ADAPTATION

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The Greening of Yap: The Transformative Reemergence of Subsistence Agriculture and Its Impact on Rural Community Development in Yap, FSM
Todd Ames
 
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The Emergence of Local Entrepreneurs in Palau
 
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Micro-Traders: A Case Study of Micro-finance on Yap Proper, Federated States of Micronesia
10amesann_102-115.pdf
Angeline Ames (Editor)
 
 

QUALITATIVE METHODS AND DISCOURSE ANALYSIS

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Methodological Promises in Discourse Analysis in Philippine Environmental Research 11erasga_116-131.pdf
Dennis S. Erasga
 
 

BOOK REVIEWS

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Japan's Frames of Meaning: A Hermeneutics Reader
12schreiner_132-135.pdf
by Michael F. Marra, Reviewed by C. S. Schreiner
 
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What Island
13nabobo-baba_136-140.pdf
by P. K. Harmon, Reviewed by Unaisi Nabobo-Baba
 
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List of Contributors
142
Submission Procedures