Modern Papua New Guinea

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Index

A
Abaijah, Josephine, 179, 115
Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome (AIDS), 257–89
activity. See occupations
Africa: accelerated development plans, 98–99; economic development, 8990; economic nationalism, 95–96; political comparison, 91–92; prostitution practices, 279
age stratification, and social relations, 232, 241–42
agricultural development, 85, 377–78
agriculture
and capitalism, 110–18
in colonial period, 108–9
and conservation, 385
crops: cocoa, 199–22; coconuts, 199; coffee, 199–22; copra, 199–22; oil palm trees, 199; rubber trees, 76,199; of smallholders, 121, 123
household consumption of, 107nl, 108
and labour, 18–109
and land ownership, 71–72
large holding production, 118–21
smallholdings vs. plantations, 107–29
and social transformation, 235–39
Akis, Timothy, 33, 34, 44
Ako, Jakupa. See Jakupa Ako
Allen, B. J., 386
Amadio Co., 163–65
Amanas village, 79
Amuan village, 79
Amungme people, expropriation of land, 72
Anglin, F. C., 123
anthropology: ‘cargo cult mentality,’ 169, 170; millenarian desperation syndrome, 169
aquaculture, and economic development, 133–44
architecture, and contemporary art, 37
Arso village, 78
art/artists: ‘Oshogobo School,’ 35n2; roles of, in PNG, 31–52; in school curricula, 307–8; social value of, 50–51
Asia: and African development, 96; fish imports from PNG, 137
Asia-Pacific region: islands compared, 59t; and PNG foreign policy, 57–58
Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) treaties, 58, 62
Atkamba village, 79
Australia: arts grant to PNG, 36; and Bougainville Crisis, 163–65; and colonial period, 3–6; and economic development, 118; and foreign policy, 56–57; immigrants from, 97; influence on urban morphology of PNG, 186; Joint Declaration of Principles (JDP), 62; and regional identity, 61–62; social goals of colonialism, 235–39
Australian New Guinea Administrative Unit (ANGAU), 237
autobiography, and anthropology, 11697
Awin people: and Ok Tedi development, 76; vs. refugees, 79–80
Axline, W., 22

B
Bacchus, M. K., 299
Bankim village, 79

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