Ethnicity, religion, and the issue of aboriginality ...

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Title Ethnicity, religion, and the issue of aboriginality in a small island state: why does Fiji flounder?
Author(s) Henry F. Srebrnik
Journal Round Table
Date 2002
Volume 364
Issue 1
Start page 187
Abstract Analyzes the complex interplay of traditional native and modern liberal secular politics in Fiji. Role of the Methodist Church in shaping an ethnic Fijian national consciousness; Influence of the church on the politics and governing institutions of the state; Description of the religious underpinnings of the taukai movement.

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