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O Return to Top of this page O'Carroll, John 1991. The Facade and the Fijian: A Poststructural Look at Asesela Ravuvu's Facade of Democracy. Paper presented to 3rd PIPSA Conference, Monash University, Melbourne. Overton, John 1992. "Coups and Constitutions: Drawing a Political Geography of Fiji". New Zealand Geographer, vol. 48, 2:50-58. 1992b. "The Limits to Accumulation: Changing Land Tenure in Fiji" The Journal of Peasant Studies, vol. 19, 2:326-342. 1993. "Farms, Suburbs, or Retirement Homes? The Transformation of Village Fiji" The Contemporary Pacific, vol. 5, 1:45-74. Overton, John (ed.) 1988. Rural Fiji. Institute of Pacific Studies, University of the South Pacific. Suva, Fiji. 1989a Fiji Since the Coups. Pacific Viewpoint 30(2). 1989b Land and Differentiation in Rural Fiji. Canberra: Australian National University, National Centre for Development Studies (Pacific Research Monograph 19). P Return to Top of this page Pacific Report 1993 Fiji Prime Minister Stung by Events Revealed at Commission of Inquiry. Pacific Report (12 July) 6(13): 1-2. 1994 Rabuka Says He Accepts that it is 'Crunch Time' on Fiji's Constitutional Review. Pacific Report 7(11): 1-2, 4. 1995a French Nuclear Testing Issue Threatens to Unseat Fiji Prime Minister. Pacific Report (31 July) 8(13): 1-2. 1995b SVT Submission to Constitutional Review Draws Sharp Responses in Fiji. Pacific Report (23 October) 8(19): 1, 4. Parham, Helena B. R. 1931. "Fijian legends. A legend based on early intercourse between Fiji and Tonga." Fiji Times and Herald, Oct. 5. (Story of Raradinadavetalevu, freely retold from earlier, unspecified publication.) Parry, John 1987 The Sigatoka Valley - Pathway into Prehistory. Suva, Fiji Museum, Bulletin #9. Peake, Martin 1991 Pacific People and Society. (The Pacific in the 20th Century.) Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. Penberthy, Jeff 1987 Suva Showdown. Time (25 May) 129(21): 8-14. Phillips, Fiona 1994 Scandal Hits Government. Pacific Islands Monthly (May) 64(5): 11. PIM 1971 Common Roll Still Wanted. Pacific Islands Monthly (July) 42(7): 24-5. 1988 Back From the Brink; Ratu Mara's Cabinet. Pacific Islands Monthly (January) 59(1): 10-12. 1990 A Thousand Days Later: A New Constitution and the Promise of Elections in '91. Pacific Islands Monthly (August) 60 (8): 10-14. 1993 Great Council or House of Lords. Pacific Islands Monthly (July) 63(7): 36-7. 1994a Fiji: Back to the Future... Again. Pacific Islands Monthly (January) 64(1): 17-21. 1994b Opposition Boycott. Pacific Islands Monthly (July) 64(7): 18. 1996 Govt Bails Out National Bank. Pacific Islands Monthly (January) 66(1): 6-8. Piper, Robert 1996 Finding the Virtuous Circle. The Review [Fiji] (November): 62-4. Plange, Nii-K 1986 The Long Road: The Development of Labour Unions in Fiji's Economy and Society. Review (USP) 6(13): 12-23. 1991 Emperor's Gold in Fiji. In John Connell and Richard Howitt (eds), Mining and Indigenous Peoples in Australasia. Sydney: Sydney University Press. 1996 The 'Science' of Society: Exploring the Links of Between Science, Ideology and Theories of Development. Suva: Fiji Insitute of Applied Studies/Department of Sociology, USP. 1990 The Three Fiji's Thesis: A Critical Examination of a Neo-Empiricist-Naturalistic Analysis of Fiji's Polity. The Journal of Pacific Studies 15: 16-34. Poananga, Atareta 1987 The Fiji Coup [Letter]. New Zealand Listener (25 July): 6. Power, Sean and Willi Sutherland 1987 Fiji: Willi Sutherland [Interview]. Race Gender Class No. 6: 28-40. Prakash, Som 1988 Review: Return to Theatrics. Eddie Dean with Stan Ritova, Rabuka No Other Way. In Satendra Prasad (ed.), Coup and Crisis: Fiji---A Year Later. North Carlton: Arena. Prasad, Satendra (ed.) 1988 Coup and Crisis: Fiji---A Year Later. North Carlton: Arena. Premdas, Ralph. 1991. "The Political Economy of Ethnic Strife in Fiji and Guyana" Ethnic Studies Report, vol. 9, 2:30-39. 1993. "General Rabuka and the Fiji Elections of 1992" Asian Survey, vol. 33, 10:997-1009. Premdas, Ralph and J. Steeves 1991. "Fiji: Problems of Ethnic Discrimination and Inequality in the New Constitutional Order" The Round Table, 318:155-172. Premdas, Ralph R. and Jeffrey S. Steeves 1991 Fiji: Problems of Ethnic Discrimination and Inequality in the New Constitutional Order. The Round Table 318: 155-172. Premdas, Ralph R. 1977 Communal Politics in Fiji. [Port Moresby:] University of Papua New Guinea. 1979 Elections in Fiji: Restoration of the Balance in September 1977. The Journal of Pacific History 14(4): 194-207. 1980 Constitutional Challenge: The Rise of Fijian Nationalism. Pacific Perspective 9(2): 30-44. 1981 Towards a Government of National Unity in Fiji: Political Interests versus Survival of the State. Pacific Perspective 10(2): 1-21. 1989 Fiji: The Anatomy of a Revolution. Pacifica 1(1): 67-1101990 Balance Versus Dominance: The Protection of Ethnic Interests in Fiji. Paper Presented to IPSA Conference on Ethnicity and Politics, Brigham Young University - Hawaii, Laie. 1991 Fiji Under a New Political Order: Ethnicity and Indigenous Rights. Asian Survey 31(6): 540-558. 1993 General Rabuka and the Fiji Elections of 1992. Asian Survey 33(10): 997-1009. Pridmore, S., K. Ryan, and L. Blizzard. 1995. Victims of Violence in Fiji. Australian and New Zealand Journal of Psychiatry 29(4): 666-670. Pritchard, W.T. 1866. Polynesian reminiscences. Chapman and Hall, London. (Includes discussion of mythology.) PSA Journal (Wellington) 1992 Fiji: Deregulation at Gun Point. (March) 79(2): 11. Pullman, Malcolm 1991a Security Ruse as Rabuka Heads Across Town. New Zealand Herald (7 October) I: 1. 1991b Questions Remain Unasked. New Zealand Herald (9 October) I: 5. Q Return to Top of this page Qalo, R. 1985 'Fiji' in Larmour, P. and R. Qalo (eds.) Decentralization in the South Pacific. Suva, Institute of Pacific Studies. Quain, Buell H. 1942. The flight of the chiefs, epic poetry of Fiji. Augustin, New York. (xiv, 248pp. Translations of songs and tales, with introduction and detailed annotations. An important work.) Quain, Buell. 1948. Fijian Village. Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1948. R Return to Top of this page Rabuka, Sitiveni Major-General 1991 Guarantee and Protection of Indigenous Fijian Rights and Their Future Through Constitutional Provisions. "Address...at the 1991 'Pacific Islands News Association Conference' (PINA), Auckland, NZ. On Sunday, 6 October 1991." (Speech Notes.) 1994 Apartheid? Not in Fiji, Says Rabuka. New Zealand Herald (5 April): I, 8. Raiwalui, Anare K. 1954. Na I Vosavosa Vakaviti E So: a collection of Fijian idioms. Oxford University Press, Melbourne. Published in association with the South Pacific Commission Literature Bureau. (51pp. Texts, translations and explanations of proverbial expressions.) Ram, Kushma 1994 Militarism and Market Mania in Fiji. In 'Atu Emberson-Bain (ed.), Sustainable Development or Malignant Growth? Perspectives of Pacific Island Women. Suva: Marama Publications. Rashid, Yunus 1994 Fiji's Television Dilemma; Fiji's Media: Who Pulls the Strings? Pacific Islands Monthly (December) 64(12): 13-18. 1995a Navigating the Treacherous Waters. Pacific Islands Monthly (May) 65(5): 40-1. 1995b Fiji's Legal Eagle. Pacific Islands Monthly (November) 65(11): 35-37. Ratuva, Steven 1993 Post-Coup Fijian Nationalism: The Rise and Demise (?) of 'Taukeism'. Review (USP) 13(20): 58-64. (Available from MG.) Ravuvu, Asesela D. 1983. Vaka i Taukei: The Fijian Way of Life. Suva, Fiji: Institute of Pacific Studies, University of the South Pacific. 1987. The Fijian Ethos. Suva, Fiji: Institute of Pacific Studies, University of the South Pacific. 1987 Fiji: Contradictory Ideologies and Development. In Antony Hooper et al. (eds), Class and Culture in the South Pacific. Suva: IPS, USP/ Auckland: CPS, University of Auckland. 1991. The Facade of Democracy: Fijian Struggles for Political Control 1830-1987. Suva: Reader Publishing House. 1992 Culture and Traditions: Implications for Modern Nation Building. In Ron Crocombe, Uentabo Neemia, Asesela Ravuvu, Werner Vom Busch (eds), Culture and Democracy in the South Pacific. Suva: IPS, USP. Reddy, Shradha et al. 1989 Second International Conference: Fiji Coups 1987. "Towards Democracy in Fiji". Melbourne, Victoria, 30th September, 1989. [S. Reddy, "Forward" (sic); Don Dunstan, (untitled); Marcus Einfeld, "Towards Democracy in Fiji: Keynote Address"; Timoci Bavadra, "To the Conference Towards Democracy in Fiji"; Yogiraj Ranjeet, (untitled); Rajesh Prasad and Sunil Kumar, "Religion: Victim of the Politics and Struggle in Fiji"; Timoci Bavadra, "Keynote Address...."; Parimal Kumar Das, "The Development in Fiji since May 1987: An Over View"; Ganesh Chand, "The Authoritarian State and the Poverty of Economism in Fiji"; R. T. Robertson, "Garments, Tax Free Factories, and the Struggle for Fiji"; Biman C. Prasad, "Indo-Fijian Struggles in the Vital Sugar Industry"; Shireen Lateef, "Women and the Coups: Current Effects and Future Implications"; Vera Butler, "Fiji: The International Political and Military Aspects of the Coups"; Janet Powell, "Speech for Movement for Democracy in Fiji Conference"; Krishna Datt, "Fiji Trade Unions: Problems and Prospects"; Pramila Devi, "Indo-Fijians and the Role of the Media in Post Coup Fiji"; Ian Macphee, Zail Singh; V. S. Malik (untitled messages of support); Peter Milton, "Political Recollections on a Short Visit to Fiji"; Janet Powell and Gareth Evans, (Parliamentary questions on military aid to Fiji); Satendra Nandan, "Fiji: Politics of Treason" (review of K. Bain, Treason at 10); Conference Resolutions; Brahm Sharma and S. B. Kashyap, "Afterwards".] Reed, A.W. and Inez Hames 1967. Myths and Legends of Fijian Rotuma. A.H. and A.W. Reed, Wellington. (251pp. A popular work. Contains the stories in Hames 1960, with other stories taken from early publications. All stories retold by Reed.) Review [Fiji] 1993 Battle for Survival; The Making of PM Rabuka; The Damning Report; Chronology of Events; Profile of Players; Kuli Changes Course Mid-Stream; No Regrets but Much the 'Wiser'. The Review (October): 10-17. 1993-4 Rabuka's Lost Opportunity; Failure of the Tinned Fish Budget; The Memo from the Prime Minister; What Happened, When and Why...; There was Time for Homework; Mara: No Other Option; Rabuka's Year of Disaster; A Matter of Chiefly Consent; NFP Takes Conciliatory Approach; Reddy Looks to the Future; Few Bouquets for Labour Term; The Devil We All Know; GVP and ANC's Thorny Issue; Till Death President Ganilau Parts; 1994 - A Dawn of Broken Dreams; Unity - Just a Cover?; Rabuka's Reckless Self-Inflicted Coup; Using Racial Politics for Power; In Search of a New System. The Review (December-January): 10-37. 1994a The Fijian Perspective; The Alternative Fijian Party; The Tussle for the Mandate; Sami---the Ace up NFP's Sleeve; The Return of Krishna Datt; The Battle of the Generals. The Review (February): 18-33. 1994b The Rabuka Factor; The Changing Fijian Political Landscape; PM Rabuka's Plan of Action; A Winful of Surprises for Mara; Watch Out, Kamikamica's Pressing On; Manueli: Nothing Wrong With Budget; Promises, Promises, Promises; It's the Cabinet for Women; Rejection Again, Second Time Around; Dialogue, That's the Indian Verdict; Voters Give Reddy the Mandate; In Defence of a Battered Labour. The Review (March): 46-56. 1994c Confessions of a Prime Minister; Showdown Before the House; Rabuka's New Mandate. The Review (April): 11; 16-20; unpaginated. 1994d Decision Time. The Review (September): 34-5. 1994e Kermode Report Returns. The Review (October): 13, 15. 1995a Master Stroke. The Review (April): 12-14. 1995b Indians at Point of No Return; New Age of Co-operation; Rabuka Sticks to his Guns. The Review (June): 12-19; 25. 1995c Has Labour Lost its Way? Power Sharing: A National Vision. The Review (July): 14-15; 33-4. 1995d Crisis on Crisis; Nuclear Backfire; How Reddy Summed Up. The Review (August): 14-20. 1995e The Broke Bank; The Lemming Approach; Dangerous Liaison; Joint Venture Doubts; Drifting into Excess; Big-Name Debtors; Unheeded Warnings; Out of Control; Financial Chaos; The NBF Loan Accounts. The Review [Fiji] (November): 38-58; 1A-8A. Richburg, Keith B. 1987 Fiji Coup Leaders to be Amnestied. Guardian Weekly (24 May) 136(21): 7. Ritova, Stan 1988 Fiji: The Future. Pacific Islands Monthly (July) 59(7): 35-36. 1991 Rabuka: Prime Minister is Priority. Islands Business Pacific (December) 17(12): 22. Robertson, R. T. and A. Tamanisau 1989 The Struggle for Democracy. New Zealand Monthly Review 321 (Nov-Dec): 10-12. Robertson, R. T. 1990 Timoci Bavadra and Democracy. Arena 92: 115-23. 1992 The Rise of Rabuka. New Zealand Monthly Review (Jan-Feb) 332 : 14-16. 1993 'The Greenery of Well-Engineered Factory Complexes': Fiji's Garment-led Export Industrialization Strategy. Bulletin of Concerned Asian Scholars 25(2): 31-41. 1995 Pathway to Modernization: Fiji's Garment Revolution. In Brij V. Lal and Hank Nelson (eds), Lines Across the Sea: Colonial Inheritance in the Post Colonial Pacific. Brisbane: Pacific History Association. [Revised version of 1993.] Robertson, Robert T. and Akosita Tamanisau 1988 Fiji: Shattered Coups. Leichhardt, NSW: Pluto/ Australian Council for Overseas Aid and Fiji Independent News Service. 1989a Fiji: Race, Class and the Military. Development and Change 20(2): 203-34. 1989b The Struggle for Democracy. New Zealand Monthly Review (Nov-Dec) 321: 10-12. 1990 Natives in a Straightjacket. Journal of Pacific History 25(2): 239-43. Robie, David 1987a Evidence of Tribal Conspiracy in Fiji Coup. Dominion Sunday Times (21 June): 8. 1987b "Sit Down Everybody. This is a Takeover!" Fiji: Countdown to a Coup. New Zealand Outlook (June): 22-3, 26-9. 1987c Life after Black Thursday. New Zealand Outlook (July) 5: 40-5. 1987d Republic Prospect Casts Pall Over Reeling Fiji Economy. Dominion Sunday Times (2 August): 33. 1989 Blood on their Banner: Nationalist Struggles in the South Pacific. Leichhardt, NSW: Pluto. 1991 Media Freedom Row Erupts Over Rabuka. Tuvalu Echoes No. 204 (11 Oct): 4-5. 1991 Media Freedom Row Erupts Over Rabuka. Tuvalu Echoes No. 204 (11 Oct): 4-5. 1992 Fiji Coup Leader in Media Row. New Zealand Monthly Review 332 (Jan-Feb): 28-29. Rochereau, 1915. "Legendes canaques. Une page de mythologie fijienne." Les Missions Catholiques 47:407-8, 419-20. (Narrative concerning demi-god Tanovo, in island of Ono, Kadavu archipelago.) Rolfe, Jim 1994 Beyond the Fiji Coups. New Zealand Defence Quarterly No. 6 (Spring): 32-5. Ross, Andrew 1994 The Chicago Gangster Theory of Life: Nature's Debt to Society. London: Verso. (Chapter 1, "Cultural Preservation in the Polynesia of the Latter-Day Saints".) Ross, Ken 1993 Regional Security in the South Pacific: The Quarter-Century 1970-95. Canberra: Strategic and Defence Studies Centre, Research School of Pacific Studies, Australian National University. (Chapter 10.) Roth, G. K. 1934 'The Manufacture of Bark-cloth in Fiji (Navatusila, Viti Levu Island)' J. Royal Anthropological Institute 64:289-303. Rothwell, Nicholas 1987 Rabuka's Republic. Pacific Islands Monthly (November) 58(11): 10-13. Rougier, Emmanuel 1911. "Danses et jeux aux Fijis. (Iles de l'Oceanie.)" Anthropos 6:466-84. (Includes several texts and translations of songs. See Rougier 1916.) 1916. "Fijian dances and games. "Transactions of the Fijian Society for 1915, pp.16-36. (Translation of Rougier 1911, with commentary by Colman C. Wall.) Roy, Theo 1987a The Fijian Coup d'Etat---May 1987. 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