South Pacific
Journal of Psychology

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Psychology in the South Pacific
Global, Local and Glocal Applications

Edited by:

F.H. Bolitho
S.C. Carr
&
B.M. O'Reilly

Table of Contents

 
Preface

P. B. Pedersen
III
  An Overview of Psychology in the South Pacific
S. C. Carr, F. H. Bolitho & B. M. O'Reilly
1

Part One
Globalisation

Chapter 1 Aspects of social stratification and honour on pre-Christian and modern Mungiki (Bellona) 
R.. Kuschel, 'Angikinui F. Takiika, 8 Kiu', Angiki [1999, 11(1), 54-70]
10
Chapter 2 Perceptions and consequences of social change among elderly Japanese-American workers in a Hawai'i plantation community: A case example of industrial withdrawal
V. Kameoka & A. J. Marsella [1998, 10(2), 26-42]
23
Chapter 3 Indigenous suicide in cross-cultural context: An overview statement and selective bibliography of sources relevant to indigenous suicide in Australia, North America, and the Pacific
J. P. Reser [1999, 11(2), 95-111]
37
Chapter 4 The epidemiology of Maori suicide in Aotearoa/New Zealand
Nicole M. Coupe [2000, 12(1), 1-12]
50
Chapter 5 When the desert floods: Military relief work, attributing clean-up responsibility, and  future helping intentions following the Katherine Flood
T. Tann [1999, 11(2), 81-84]
63
Chapter 6 Aid adverts that juxtapose rich and poor: A preliminary test of their efficacy in North  Australia
K. Griffiths [1999, 11(2), 85-88]
66
Chapter 7 The Internet and indigenous language use: A Filipino case study
M. Watters & P. Watters [1998, 10(1), 54-60]
69

 

Part Two
Localisation

Chapter 8 The development of psychology in Papua New Guinea: A brief review
L. Marai [1997, 9, 1-6]
78
Chapter 9 Predicting the peacetime performance of military officers: Officer selection in the Papua New Guinea Defence Force
L. P. Bau & M. J. Dyck [1992, 5, 27-37]
83
Chapter 10 Selection in equalitarian Australia: Weighted average or motivational gravity
B. Smith & S. C. Carr [1997, 9, 7-19]
93
Chapter 11 Towards an applied Aboriginal psychology
G. Davidson [1992, 5, 1-20]
102
Chapter 12 Traditional dispute resolution in Micronesia
P. M. Wolff & R. O. Braman [1999, 11(1), 44-53]
120
Chapter 13 Collective guilt and pro-social behaviour: Implications for Indigenous and non-Indigenous reconciliation in Australia
M. S. B. Rogers [1999, 11(2), 89-94]
128

 

Part Three
Glocalisation

Chapter 14 Appropriate community psychology in Papua New Guinea
S. Forsyth [1984, 1, 17-28]
133
Chapter 15 Development of community-based alcohol and other drug (AOD) workers in remote Indigenous communities in the Northern Territory
C. Atkinson & J. Jessen [1999, 11(2), 72-80]
139
Chapter 16 Understanding cross-cultural communication
David R. Thomas [1994, 7, 2-8]
147
Chapter 17 Linguistic relativity in Fiji: A preliminary study
R. Taylor & S. Yavalanavanua [1997, 9, 69-74]
154
Chapter 18 Male Indigenous and non-Indigenous ageing: A new Millennium community development challenge
L. D. Earle & R. Earle [1999, 11(2), 13-23]
159
Chapter 19 Enterprise development: A model for Aboriginal development
B. Ivory [1999, 11(2), 62-71]
168

 

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F.H. Bolitho, S.C. Carr, & B.M. O'Reilly - Editors

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