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A Return to Top of this page A Special Correspondent. 1993. What of Fiji's Future? Pacific Islands Monthly (June) 63(6): 12-13. Ackland, R. J. B. 1968 Notes on the Historical Development of the Fiji Military Forces. The Fiji Society Transactions and Proceedings for the Years 1962 and 1963, Vol. 9: 67-77. Aiavao, Ulafala 1990 India vs Fiji: The Debate for Ethnic Rights. Pacific Islands Monthly (November) 60(11): 14-15. Akram-Lodhi, A. Haroon 1996 Structural Adjustment in Fiji under the Interim Government, 1987-1992. Contemporary Pacific 8(2): 259-90. Ali, Ahmed 1973 The Fiji General Election of 1972. Journal of Pacific History 8: 171-80. 1975 Fiji: The Arrival of Communal Franchise. Journal of Pacific Studies 1: 20-46. 1977 The Fiji General Election of 1977. Journal of Pacific History 12(4): 189-201. 1978a Ethnicity and Politics in Fiji. Australian and New Zealand Journal of Sociology 14(2): 149-53. 1978b Fiji Indian Politics. The Journal of Pacific Studies 4: 1-23. 1979 Fiji Indian Politics. In Vijay Mishra (ed.), Rama's Banishment: A Centenary Tribute to the Fiji Indians 1879-1979. London: Heinemann Educational Books. 1980 Plantation to Politics. Studies on Fiji Indians. Suva: University of the South Pacific. 1982 Fiji: The Politics of a Plural Society. In Ron Crocombe and Ahmed Ali (eds), Politics in Melanesia. Suva: Institute of Pacific Studies, University of the South Pacific. Alley, Roderic n.d. Fiji's Recent Elections: Stalemate or Watershed? New Zealand International Review 2(4): 10-12. 1988aPower and Prejudice: The Making of the Fiji Crisis. Wellington: New Zealand Institute of International Affairs. 1988b Before the Storm: An Analysis of the Fiji General Election of 1987. Pacific Studies 12(1): 71-96. 1989 Rabuka's Fiji---One Year Later. Current Affairs Bulletin 65(8): 4-14. 1990a Introduction. The Contemporary Pacific 2(1): 1-10. 1990b Islands of Turmoil: Contemporary Fiji Revisited. Meanjin 49(4): 639-51. Alley, Roderic 1987 The Military Coup in Fiji. The Round Table 304: 489-96. 1988 Reorganising a Nation. Review of Eddie Dean and Stan Ritova, Rabuka: No Other Way. New Zealand Listener (18 June): 61-2. 1989a Lau to Lautoka. Review of Brij Lal, Power and Prejudice, and Christopher Harder, The Guns of Lautoka. New Zealand Listener (15 April) 123(2562): 60-1. 1989b Fiji. In Melanesia in Review: Issues and Events, 1988. The Contemporary Pacific 1(1/2): 150-2. 1989c Pacific Responses. (Review of Kenneth Bain, "Treason at Ten", and Jack Ridley, "The Tasman Challenge".) New Zealand Listener (13 November) 125(2593): 114, 117. 1990 The 1987 Military Coups in Fiji: The Regional Implications. The Contemporary Pacific 2(1): 37-58. Alley, Roderick. 1990. "The 1987 Military coups in Fiji: The Regional Implications" The Contemporary Pacific, vol. 2, 1:37-57. Anonymous 1881. "Viti-Inse ln. Sur Mythologie der Eilngeborenen." Ausland no. 32. (A general discussion.) Anonymous [Owen Wilkes?] 1989 Possible Foreign Involvement in the Fiji Military Coup. Wellington: Wellington Pacific Report (WPP 1). Anonymous n.d. Pacific Constitutions, Vol. 2: Melanesia. Suva: University of the South Pacific. Anthony, J. M. 1969 The 1968 Fiji By-Elections. Journal of Pacific History 4: 132-5. Anthony, James 1988 An Overview: U.S. Strategic Interests in the Pacific. Covert Action Information Bulletin 29: 3-6. Arno, Andrew. 1993. The World of Talk on a Fijian Island: An Ethnography of Law and Communicative Causation. Norwood, New Jersey: Ablex. Arun, Nalinesh 1995 Enough is Enough. The Review [Fiji] (August): 21. 1996a The Man of the Moment [Rabuka]. The Review [Fiji] (November): 28. 1996b A Potion for Multiculturalism; Fijian Rights Safeguarded? The Alternative Vote. The Review [Fiji] (November): 31-3; 38-9; 40-1. Ashton, Chris 1987 Tourists Returning to Fiji. Pacific Islands Monthly (August) 58(8): 25. B Return to Top of this page Baba, Tupeni. 1991. Challenges to Fijian Leadership. Pacific Week Public Lecture, 6 May, University of the South Pacific, Suva. Bacon, Wendy. 1987. Somebody's Man in Fiji. New Zealand Listener (26 December): 18-21. Bain, 'Atu. 1992. Labour Protest and Control in the Gold Mining Industry of Fiji, 1930-1970. In Michael C. Howard (ed.), Essays on Industrial Relations in the South Pacific. Townsville, QLD: Centre for Southeast Asian Studies, James Cook University of North Queensland. (Originally published in 1986.) Bain, 'Atu, Vanessa Griffen, Vijay Naidu, Satendra Prasad and Claire Slatter. 1990. A Brief Commentary on the CIAC Report. The Journal of Pacific Studies 15: 177-191. Bain, Kenneth. 1989. Treason at Ten: Fiji at the Crossroads. London: Hodder and Stoughton. Bakker, G.T. 1924. "Highland tribes of Ra." Transactions of the Fijian Society for 1923 pp. 28-34. (Includes texts and translations of songs.) 1925. "A war on the Nakauvadra." Transactions of the Fijian Society for 1924. (Legend of the Saivou tribe.) 1925. "Dakuwaqa". Transactions of the Fijian Society for 1924. pp. 30-6. (Legend of the shark-god.) Bakker, George, T. 1925. "Vanua Alewa, the sirens' isle of Fiji." Transactions of the Fijian Society for 1924, pp. 25- 9. (Legend of paradisial island inhabited by women.) Balawanilotu, Jope. 1989. The Church and I. Pacific Islands Monthly (September) 59(20): 16-18. Barltrop, Roger. 1996. Fiji, Crown and Commonwealth. The Round Table 337: 83-9. Barrington, Tom J. 1987. Coup Commended [Letter]. Pacific Islands Monthly (August) 58(8): 13. Bavadra, Kuini. 1991. Dictatorship in Fiji. In Lenora Foerstel (ed.), Women's Voices On the Pacific. Washington: Maisonneuve Press. 1993. Bavadra's Struggle for Democracy and the Decreed 1990 Constitution. Review (USP) 13(20): 13-22. (Available from MG.) Bavadra, Timoci. 1988. Bavadra Keeps the Flame Alive. Pacific Islands Monthly (May) 59(5): 23. 1989 Pendulum Swings Again on Bid to Turn Back Fiji's Clock. Auckland Star (11 May): A9. Bayliss, Tim, Richard Bedford, Harold Brookfield, Marc Latham. 1988. Islands, Islanders and the World. The Colonial and Post-Colonial Experience of Eastern Fiji. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. Beauclerc, G.A.F.W. (trans.). 1915. "Adi Rarogo. "Transactions of the Fijian Society for 1914, 7pp. ("The wonderful story of Adi Leveusu, a young lady of Bau." Translated from account written by P. E. Tatawaqa. See Small 1915.) Beauclerc, G.A.F.W. (trans.). 1917. "The path of the soul to Hades." Transactions of the Fijian Society for 1916. p.1-10. (Spirits' journey to the land of the dead, translated from an account written "some years ago" in the Fijian magazine Na Mata. Includes texts of songs, in Fijian only.) Beauclerc, G.A.F.W. 1910. "Legend of the upheaval of Mount Washington." Transactions of the Fijian Society ... from its commencement to 31 Dec. 1910, pp. 22-4. (Legend of island of Ono.) Beauclerc, G.A.F.W. (trans.). 1923. "A Namosi war. The evacuation of Wainabi." Transactions of the Fijian Society for 1922, pp.20-3. (Translation of account written by Fijian.) Becker, Anne E. 1995. Body, Self, and Society: The View from Fiji. Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press. Beddoes, E. (Fiji Ambassador to New Zealand). 1990. Best Decade Yet For Fiji. Dominion (30 January): 6. Bedford, Richard. 1989. "Out of Fiji . . . A Perspective on Migration After the Coups" Pacific Viewpoint, vol. 30, 2:142-53. Belshaw, Cyril S. 1964. Under the Ivi Tree: Society and Economic Growth in Rural Fiji. London: Routledge and Kegan Paul. 1963. "Pacific Island Towns and the Theory of Growth: in Spoehr, Alexander, Ed. Pacific Port Towns and Cities, Bishop Museum Press, Honolulu 1964. "Institutions for Capital Formation and Distribution among Fijians", in Firth, Raymond and B.S.Yamey, eds Capital, Saving and Credit in Peasant Societies, London, George Allen and Unwin 1965. "The Effect of Limited anthropological Theory on Problems of Fijian Administration" in Force, Roland W ed. Induced Political Change in the Pacific, Bishop Museum Press, Honolulu Biggs, Bruce G. 1948. "Fijian riddles." Journal of the Polynesian Society 57:342:8. (Texts and translations). Biggs, Bruce G. 1953. "A Fijian fable." Journal of Austronesian Studies 1:116-7. (The swamp-hen and the rat. Texts of two versions, and translation.) Bolabola, Cema. 1978. Changes in Fijian Leadership. Australian and New Zealand Journal of Sociology 14(2): 154-9. Bole, Filipe. 1992. Fiji's Chiefly System and its Pattern of Political Self-Reliance. In Ron Crocombe, Uentabo Neemia, Asesela Ravuvu, Werner Vom Busch (eds.), Culture and Democracy in the South Pacific. Suva: IPS, USP. Booth, Heather. 1994. Women of Fiji: A Statistical Gender Profile. Department for Women and Culture, Government Printing Office, Suva. Brenneis, Donald. 1988. Language and Disputing. Annual Review of Anthropology 17: 221-237. Brenneis, Donald. 1990. Dramatic Gestures: The Fiji Indian Pancayat as Therapeutic Event. In Disentangling: Conflict Discourse in Pacific Societies, eds. K.A. Watson-Gegeo and G. White, pp. 214-238. Stanford: Stanford University Press. Brenneis, Donald. 1987. Performing Passions: Aesthetics and Politics in an Occasionally Egalitarian Community. American Ethnologist 14(2): 236-250. Brewster, A. B. 1922 The Hill Tribes of Fiji. Philadelphia, J.P. Lippincott. 1923 'The History of Nadrau' in 'Genealogies and Histories of the Matanitu or Tribal Governments of Central Viti Levu (Greater Fiji)'. Typescript at the Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology, Cambridge University, copy at Fiji Museum, Suva. Brewster, A. (trans.). 1921. "The history of Nadrau." Transactions of the Fijian Society for 1920, pp.16-9. (Translation of an account by Nacaniele, District Scribe of Nadrau.) Brewster, A. 1921. "The chronicles of the Noemalu tribe or dwellers in Emalu." Transactions of the Fijian Society for 1920, pp.6-15. (Discussion of traditional history.) Britton, Stephen G. 1980. The Evolution of a Colonial Space-Economy: The Case of Fiji. Journal of Historical Geography 6(3): 251-74. Brookfield, F. M. 1987. The Fiji Revolutions of 1987. New Zealand Law Journal (July 1988): 250-6. Brookfield, H.C. with D. Hart. 1971. Melanesia. A Geographical Interpretation of an Island World. London, Methuen. Brouwer, Stephen. 1987. Force Ruled Out. Reaction to the Pacific Islands' First Coup. Time (25 May) 129(21): 15. Brown, Carolyn Henning. 1978. Ethnic Politics in Fiji: Fijian-Indian Relations. The Journal of Ethnic Studies 5(4): 1-17. Burns, Georgette Leah. 1996. From Coconuts to Cocktails: A SocioculturalStudy of Tourism on a Fijian Island. Thesis (M.Sc., Anthropology). Nedlands, University of Western Australia. C Return to Top of this page Callick, Rowan 1992 Chiefs, Indians and the Colonel. Modern Times No. 5: 13-14. Cameron, John 1987 Fiji: The Political Economy of Recent Events. Capital and Class 33: 29-45. Campbell, Gordon 1987a Inside Fiji. New Zealand Listener (6 June): 12-17. 1987b Spoiling Fiji's Triumph. New Zealand Listener (11 July): 55-6. 1987c Fighting Among Themselves. New Zealand Listener (18 July): 35-7. 1988 Waiting in the Wings. New Zealand Listener (14 May): 28-9, 53. Campbell, I. C. 1987 The Fiji Coup: Harbinger or Aberration? New Zealand International Review 12(5): 2-5. 1989 Review of Brij Lal, Power and Prejudice. New Zealand International Review 14(3): 26-7. Capell, A. A 1991. New Fijian Dictionary, 3rd ed., Suva, Fiji: Government Printer. Capell, A. and R.H. Lester 1941 'Local Divisions and Movements in Fiji,' Oceania 11(4):313-41, and 12(1):21-48. Cargill, David. 1977. The Diaries and Correspondence of David Cargill, 1832-1843, ed. A.J. Schutz. Canberra: Australian National University Press. Carrol, Terrance 1994. "Owners, immigrants and ethnic conflict in Fiji and Mauritius" Ethnic and Racial Studies, vol. 17, 2:301-324. Cato, A.C. 1947. A New Religious Cult in Fiji. Oceania 18(1): 146-156. Cato, Helen D. 1947. The House on the Hill. Melbourne: The Book Depot. CCF 1995 One Nation, Diverse Peoples: Building a Just and Democratic Fiji. A Submission by the Citizens' Constitutional Forum (CCF) to the Constitutional Review Commission. Suva: Citizens' Constitutional Forum and Conciliation Resources. Chandra, Rajesh. 1993. "Breaking Out of Import Substitution Industrialization: the case of Fiji" in Lockhart, D. G., D. Drakakis-Smith and J. Schembri (eds.). The Development Process in Small Island States. Routledge Press, London. Chappell, David A. 1990. "The Crisis of Bipolar Ethnicity on the Great Frontier: Nativist Democracy tm) in Fiji, Malaysia, and New Caledonia" Journal of World History, vol. 1, 2:171-198. Chaudhry [or Chaudhary], Mahendra 1987a Cane Workers Seek Assistance/ Workers' Rights Strangled. PSA Journal (22 July-18 August) 74(6): 13. 1987b The Fiji Coup: Chaudhry Reports to Conference. PSA Journal (16 September-13 October): 11. 1991 Fiji: Economic Adjustment and National Development: Socio-Economic Consequences of Post-Coup Economic Change. In Labour Movement: Strategies for the 21st Century. Sydney: Evatt Foundation. 1991 Chiefs and Commoners: the Fiji Problem and the Labour Movement. In Labour Movement: Strategies for the 21st Century. Sydney: Evatt Foundation. 1992 Chiefs and Commoners: The Indigenous Dilemma. In David Robie (ed.), Tu Galala: Social Change in the Pacific. Wellington: Bridget Williams Books/ Annandale, NSW: Pluto Press. 1997 Can Rabuka Reinvent Himself? Islands Business (March-April) 23(3-4): 66-7. Chin, James 1995. "The 1994 Fiji General Election" Electoral Studies, vol. 14, 3:309-341. Chin, James 1995b Fiji: A Nation in Waiting. New Zealand International Review (November/ December) 20(6): 17-19. Chung, Margaret. 1995. Monitoring Sustainable Human Development in Fiji, United Nations Development Programme. Suva, Fiji. Clammer, John 1973 Colonialism and the Perception of Tradition in Fiji. In Talal Asad (ed.), Anthropology and the Colonial Encounter. London: Ithaca Press. Clifton, Jane 1987 Disinformation Accusation Confuses. Dominion Sunday Times (1 November): 2. Clouston, W. A. 1887. "Two South Pacific Folk-tales." Folk-lore Journal 5:254-7. (Two folktales collected by Fison; different versions later appeared in Fison 1904, pp. 33-9 and 99-133.) Coalition for Democracy in Fiji n.d.  Restore Democracy to Fiji! Wellington: Coalition for Democracy in Fiji. Cole, Jane 1991 After the Coups---Women in Fiji. Broadsheet 192 (Summer 1991/92): 24-7. Cole, R. V. 1989. "The Fiji Economy: From Go to Woe" Pacific Viewpoint, vol. 30, 2:154-162. 1991 Red Light Stop - Green Light Go! The Fiji Economy on the Move. Journal of Pacific History 26(3): 59-67. Cook, C.O. Leigh, ed. 1996. Fijian Diary, May Cook, 1904-1906: A Young Australian Woman's Account of Village Life in Fiji. Victoria: PenFolk Publishing. Crocombe, Ron n.d. Political Transition in Fiji: Ethnicity, Ideology and Power. Monograph in Preparation. Cummings, C.F. 1881. At home in Fiji. 2 vols. Blackwood, London. (Vol. 2, pp.294-310: notes on folk-lore.) D Return to Top of this page Dakuvula, Jone 1987a How Rabuka's Cousin (in New Zealand) sees our Crisis. Fiji Sun (17 August): 10-13. 1987b This is not the Fijian Way of Settling Major Disputes, Stresses Dakuvula. Fiji Sun (18 August): 10-11. Dalton, John 1989 A New Constitution for Fiji. Paper Presented at Pacific Islands Political Studies Association Conference, University of Guam. 1990 Ethnic Soldiers: The Army as a Political Institution in Fiji. Paper Presented at IPSA Conference on Ethnicity and Political Institutions in the Pacific, Brigham Young University - Hawaii, Laie. Danby, Michael 1987-88 Fiji: The Trail of Disinformation. IPA Review (Nov-Jan): 42-6. Davidson, J. W. 1966 Constitutional Changes in Fiji. Journal of Pacific History 1: 165-8. Dean, Eddie and Stan Ritova 1988 Rabuka: No Other Way. His Own Story of the Fijian Coup, as told to Eddie Dean and Stan Ritova. Sydney: Doubleday. (Excerpted in Pacific Islands Monthly [June 1988] 59(6): 26-9, 32.) Deane, W. 1908-10. "Tanovu - the god of Ono." Transactions of the Fijian Society from the period of its commencement to 31st December 1910. pp.39-42. (Legend of raising mountain and other exploits.) Deane, W. 1921. Fijian society or the sociology and psychology of the Fijians. Macmillan, London. (Includes discussion of myths and legends.) Derrick, R.A. 1946. A History of Fiji Volume 1. Suva, Fiji, The Government Press. Digitaki, Tamarisi 1997 Awakening to their Destiny. The Review [Suva] (March): 14-18. Dovi-Sabeto n.d. 'My First Engagement, or Reminiscences of Fiji 1873'. Typescript copy of handwritten m.s., National Archives of Fiji. Doyle, Eugene 1987a Fiji Workers Call for Boycott. PSA Journal (17 June-21 July) 74(5): 3. 1987b Who Killed Democracy in Fiji? PSA Journal (17 June-12 July) 74(5): 12-13. Dropsy, Audrey 1993 The Church and the Coup: The Fijian Methodist Church Coup of 1989. Review (USP) 13(20): 43-57. (Available from MG.) Duraiswamy, Naresha 1987 Fiji Today. In Fiji (Report No.75). London: Minority Rights Group. Duratalo, Simione 1985 'Internal Colonialism and Unequal Development: The Case of Western Viti Levu'. M.A. thesis, Department of Sociology, University of South Pacific, Suva, Fiji. E Return to Top of this page Eaton, Charles. 1988. in Overton, John (ed.) Rural Fiji. Institute of Pacific Studies, University of the South Pacific. Suva, Fiji. Elek, Andrew, Hal Hill and Steven R. Tabor. 1993 Liberalization and Diversification in a Small Island Economy: Fiji Since the 1987 Coups. World Development 21(5): 749-69. Emberson-Bain, 'Atu 1994 Labour and Gold in Fiji. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. 1992 Fiji: Women, Poverty and Post-Coup Pressure. In David Robie (ed.), Tu Galala: Social Change in the Pacific. Wellington: Bridget Williams Books/Annandale, NSW: Pluto Press. Ennals, Martin 1987 Appendix: Fiji: A Case for International Alert. In Fiji (Report No.75). London: Minority Rights Group. Ewins, Rory 1992 Colour, Class and Custom: The Literature of the 1987 Fiji Coup. Canberra: Australian National University. (Regime Change and Regime Maintenance in Asia and the Pacific, Discussion Paper No. 9.) F Return to Top of this page Fell, Liz 1992 TV, God and the Fiji Elections. Australian Society 11(1/2): 8. Field, Michael 1989 Fiji Secret Published. Tok Blong SPPF # 26 (January): 30. (Reprinted from Dominion, 15 Aug., 1988; about Robertson and Tamanisau's, "Fiji: Shattered Coups".) Fiji Focus (Suva) 1982 Great Council of Chiefs Gathering at Bau 1982. (26 November) 1(4): 12. Firth, Stewart 1989 Review Article: The Contemporary History of Fiji. Journal of Pacific History 24(2): 242-6. Fison, Lorimer and A.S. Gatschet 1885. "Specimens of Fijian dialects". Internationale Zeitschrift fur Allgemeine Sprachwissenschaft 2:193-208. (Annotated texts and translations of 9 meke, and tale of teri-bird and rat, in 7 dialects.) Fison, Lorimer 1904. Tales from old Fiji. Moring, London. (xiv, 175pp. Ten narratives collected and freely retold by author, with introduction and notes.) 1881. "Some Fijian riddles." Journal of the Anthropology Institute of Great Britain and Ireland 11:406-10. (Translations and explanations. Also translation of the fable of the teri (bird) and the rat.) 1882. On Fijian Riddles. Journal of the Royal Anthropological Institute 11(4): 406-410. Forsyth, David 1996 The Low-Investment Trap. The Review [Fiji] (November): 59-61. Fox, Derek 1987 Coup II: Rabuka's Return. New Zealand Listener (21 November): 30-2. France, P. 1966. "The Kaunitoni migration. Notes on the genesis of a Fijian tradition." Journal of Pacific History 1:107-13. (A masterly account of the recent, post-European, origins of this tradition. Includes references to important manuscript collections of Fijian traditions.) France, Peter. 1969. The Charter of the Land: Custom and Colonization in Fiji. Melbourne: Oxford University Press. Fraser, Helen 1993 Fiji Prime Minister Acknowledges Criticisms, but Sees Steady Progress Ahead. Pacific Report (28 June) 6(12): 3. Freeman, Susan 1985 'Cultural Difference Between Eastern and Western Viti Levu: with Particular Reference to the Centre-Poled Houses of Western Vitilevu' B.A. Honours Thesis, University of New England, Armdale, N.S.W., Australia. Fry, Greg 1983 Succession of Government in the Post-Colonial States of the South Pacific: New Support for Constitutionalism? Politics 18(1): 48-60. G Return to Top of this page Gabel, N. E. 1958 'A Racial Study of the Fijian' Anthropological Records of the University of California 20(1). Ganilau, Sir Penaia K 1987a Public Emergency Regulations, 1987. Fiji Royal Gazette (18 May) 114(37): 601-8. 1987b Public Emergency (Requisition of Property) Regulations, 1987. Fiji Royal Gazette Supplement (23 June) 15: 113-5. Garrett, John 1990. "Uncertain Sequel: The Social and Religious Scene in Fiji since the Coups" The Contemporary Pacific, vol. 2, 1:87-111. Gaunder, Yashwant 1995 A Move to Unity [Interview with Ratu Finau Mara]. The Review [Fiji] (September): 16-25. Geraghty, Paul 1983 The History of Fijian Languages. Honolulu, The University of Hawaii Press. Ghai, Yash and Jill Cottrell 1990 Heads of State in the Pacific: A Legal and Constitutional Analysis. Suva: Institute of Pacific Studies, University of the South Pacific. Ghai, Yash 1987 The Fijian Crisis: The Constitutional Dimension. In Fiji (Report No.75). London: Minority Rights Group. 1990 A Coup by Another Name? The Politics of Legality. The Contemporary Pacific 2(1): 11-35. Gifford, E.W. 1951. "Fijian mythology, legends, and archaeology." University of California Publications in Semitic Philology 11:167-77. (Discusses a possible correlation between archaeological findings and Fijian legends in Viti Levu.) 1953a 'Archaeological Excavations in Fiji' Anthropological Records of the University of California 13(3):243-47. 1953b 'Tribes of Viti Levu and their origin places' Anthropological Records of the University of California 13(5):337-78. Goldsmith, Michael 1993 Speech Acts, Silence and Myth: Rhetorical Dimensions of the Fiji Coup. Review (USP) 13(20): 23-42. (Available from MG.) Gordon, Sir Arthur H. 1893. "On Fijian Poetry." Transactions of the 9th International Congress of Orientalists, London, 1892,2:731-53. (Discusses characteristics of the poetry. Includes many songs, in translation only.) Gordon, Sir Arthur Hamilton 1879 Letters and Nates Written During the Disturbances in the Highlands (known as the "Devil Country") of Viti Levu, Fiji, 1876. Edinburgh, Privately Printed by R. and R. Clark. Government of Fiji, Ministry of Fijian Affairs 1995. Provincial Profile Report. Government Printing Office, Suva. Groves, Murray. 1963. The Nature of Fijian Society. Journal of the Polynesian Society 72: 272-291. Grynberg, Roman 1995 The Economic Bubble Bursts. Pacific Islands Monthly (February) 65(2): 35, 37. Gubb, Matthew 1988 The Australian Military Response to the Fiji Coup, an Assessment. Canberra: Strategic and Defence Studies Centre, Australian National University. (Working Paper No. 171.) Guise, John 1987 Former G. G. Speaks on Fiji Coup [Letter]. Pacific Islands Monthly (August) 58(8): 11. H Return to Top of this page Hagan, Stephanie 1987 Race, Politics, and the Coup in Fiji. Bulletin of Concerned Asian Scholars 19(4): 2-18. 1987 The Party System, the Labour Party and the Plural Society Syndrome in Fiji. Journal of Commonwealth and Comparative Politics 25(2): 126-40. 1988 Fiji's General Electors at the 1987 Poll. South Pacific Forum 4(2): 122-36. Hailey, John 1988 The Genesis of the Fiji Republic: Its Origins and Implications. World Review 27(1): 51-66. Hale, Horatio 1846. United States exploring expedition ... Under the command of Charles Wilkes ... Ethnography and philology. Lea & Blanchard, Philadelphia. Reprinted 1968, The Gregg Press, Ridgewood, N.J. (pp. 383-9: remarks on the poetry, with annotated texts and translations of six songs. Two of these are also in Wilkes 1845.) Hames, Alice Inez 1960. Legends of Fiji and Rotuma. Privately printed (Watterson & Roddick), Auckland. (88pp. Thirty retold tales, mostly Fijian. Some collected from school children; all, apparently, from oral sources. English only. See also Reed and Hames 1967.) Hashimoto, Kazuya. 1989. Fijian Christianization: A Multidimensional Approach to Third World Christianity. Man and Culture in Oceania 5: 1-19. Hazlewood, David 1914. A Fijian and English and an English and Fijian Dictionary 2nd edition, ed. by James Calvert. Waterlow & Sons, London. First ed. 1850. (Includes texts of song, fable, and prayer addressed to gods.) Heatly, E.M. (trans.) 1923. "The Namosi wars." Transactions of the Fijian Society for 1922, pp.18-20. (Translation of account written by Ro Verebalavu.) Heatly, E.M. 1921. "Some Fijian legends and Superstitions." Transactions of the Fijian Society for 1921, pp. 41-2. (The adventure of Vakacokasai, and three other short narratives.) 1923. "The invisible isle of Burotu." Transactions of the Fijian Society for 1922, pp.10-11. (Legend of fisherman visiting paradisial island inhabited by women.) 1924. "A legend of Suva." Transactions of the Fijian Society for 1923, pp.24-8. (Legend of Naitala, seer of the tribe of Lami.) Heinz, Donald. 1993. The Sabbath in Fiji as Guerrilla Theatre. Journal of the American Academy of Religion 61(3): 415-442. Henness, D. 1913. "The magic mirror: a Fijian folk-tale." Folklore 14:233-4. (Translation of tale concerning magic stone that cured illness.) Hennings, G. M. 1918. "The murder of the first Tui Naiau." Transactions of the Fijian Society for 1917, pp.33-7. (Traditional history of island of Lakeba.) Hicks, Colin 1987 Intimidation "Sickening". PSA Journal (19 August-15 September): 13. Higgins-Desbiolles, Freya 1991 Fiji: Unity Through Diversity. The Pacific Review 4(3): 248-53. Hince, Kevin 1990 Trade Unionism in Fiji in 1990: After Twenty Years of Independence and Two Military Coups. Industrial Relations Centre Working Paper 4/90. Wellington: Victoria University Industrial Relations Centre. 1991 Political Change and Trade Unions: The Case of Fiji. Paper presented to 3rd PIPSA Conference, Monash University, Melbourne. Hocart, A.M. 1929. Lau Islands, Fiji. Honolulu: Bernice P. Bishop Museum, Bulletin 62. 1952. The Northern States of Fiji. London: Royal Anthropological Institute of Great Britain and Ireland. Hooper, Steven 1996 Who are the Chiefs? Chiefship in Lau, Eastern Fiji. In Richard Feinberg and Karen Ann Watson-Gegeo (eds), Leadership and Change in the Western Pacific: Essays Presented to Sir Raymond Firth on the Occasion of His Ninetieth Birthday. London: Athlone Press. Hornell, James 1927. String figures from Fiji and Western Polynesia. Bishop Museum, Honolulu. Bul. 39. Reprinted 1971. (Includes texts and translations of several short chants recited during performance of string figures.) Howard, Michael C. 1987 Is There Still Hope in Fiji? Australian Left Review 101: 2-5. 1988 Fiji After the First Coup. South Pacific Forum 4(2): 180-208. 1990 Politics, Geopolitics and Development Assistance in Fiji. Practicing Anthropology 12(1): 10-11, 18-19. 1991a State Power and Political Change in Fiji. 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