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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
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Editorial Board Members and Policies
Editor’s Note
Editor’s Note
 
 

THEME ARTICLES

 

MIGRATION ISSUES IN MICRONESIA AND TAIWAN

Paths of Central Caroline Island Children During Migration and Times of Rapid Change

Mary L. Spencer
 

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Together and Apart: Spatial Tactics of Women in Seafaring and Commuting Household in Taiwan

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

Hao-Li Lin
 

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The (Un)exceptional Life of a Non-Voting Delegate: Guam and the Production of American Sovereignty

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
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

Angeline Ames (Editor)
 
 

QUALITATIVE METHODS AND DISCOURSE ANALYSIS

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Methodological Promises in Discourse Analysis in Philippine Environmental Research 
Dennis S. Erasga
 
 

BOOK REVIEWS

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Japan's Frames of Meaning: A Hermeneutics Reader

by Michael F. Marra, Reviewed by C. S. Schreiner
 
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What Island

by P. K. Harmon, Reviewed by Unaisi Nabobo-Baba
 
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List of Contributors
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Submission Procedures