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Title Working together in Vanuatu : research histories, collaborations, projects and reflections / edited by John Taylor and Nick Thieberger.

Imprint Acton, A.C.T. : ANU E Press, 2011.

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Contents Introductions. Welkam Toktok / Jif Kalkot Murmur -- Fes Toktok / Chief Paul Tahi -- Editors' Introduction / John Taylor and Nick Thieberger -- Histories. Some reflections on anthropological research in a colonial regime / Michael Allen -- The research context in New Hebrides-Vanuatu / Robert Tonkinson -- Threading many needles: ins and outs of anthropological research in pre-independence Vanuatu / Ellen E. Facey -- Collaborations. Big wok: the Vanuatu Cultural Centre's World War Two ethnohistory project / Lamont Lindstrom -- Olgeta Stori blong Wol Wo Tu (The stories of World War Two) / James Gwero -- Diksnari blong Aneityum (The Aneityum dictionary project) / Phillip Tepahae -- Discovering one's past in the present / Mary Patterson, Koran Wilfred and Ileen Vira -- Ol Woman Filwoka (The women fieldworkers) / Jean Tarisesei -- Women fieldworkers' collaborative research: on the history of house-girls in Vanuatu / Margaret Rodman, Leisara Kalotiti and Numalin Mahana -- Myths and music of futuna, Vanuatu: past and present in dialogue / Janet Dixon Keller and Takaronga Kuautonga -- Projects. Welkam Toktok (Welcome speech) / Ralph Regenvanu -- Vanuatu Nasonal Film Unit / Jacob Kapere -- The digital archive and catalogues of the Vanuatu Cultural Centre: overview, collaboration and future directions / William H. Mohns -- Risej Long Ejukesen blong olgeta Pikanini long Saot Ambae (Researching childhood education in South Ambae) / Roselyne Garae -- Risej long Kakae blong Disasta long Tanna (Researching disaster food on Tanna) / Numalin Mahana -- Olpoi village pottery making today / Yoko Nojima -- The Kastom system of dispute resolution in Vanuatu / Miranda Forsyth -- Heritej Saet blong Roi Mata (The Roi Mata Heritage site) / Douglas Kalotiti -- Reflections. Olfala Histri Wea i Stap Andanit long Graon. Archaeological training workshops in Vanuatu: a profile, the benefits, spin-offs and extraordinary discoveries / Stuart Bedford, Matthew Spriggs, Ralph Regenvanu and Salkon Yona-- Smol Toktok long Risej blong Kastom (Some brief words on researching Kastom) / Martha Alick -- Learning how to relate: notes of a female anthropologist on working with a male fieldworker in Vanuatu / Sabine Hess -- Wok Olsem wan Filwoka (Working as a fieldworker) / Elsy Tilon -- Shifting others: kastom and politics at the Vanuatu Cultural Centre / Benedicta Rousseau -- Epilogue: a personal perspective on Afta 26 Yia: collaborative research in Vanuatu since independence / Margaret Jolly.
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Title from PDF title page (viewed Oct. 20, 2011).
Summary "This collection is derived from a conference held at the Vanuatu National Museum and Cultural Centre (VCC) that brought together a large gathering of foreign and indigenous researchers to discuss diverse perspectives relating to the unique program of social, political and historical research and management that has been fostered in that island nation. While not diminishing the importance of individual or sole-authored methodologies, project-centered collaborative approaches have today become a defining characteristic of Vanuatu's unique research environment. As this volume attests, this environment has included a dynamically wide range of both ni-Vanuatu and foreign researchers and related research perspectives, most centrally including archaeologists and anthropologists, linguists, historians, legal studies scholars and development practitioners. This emphasis on collaboration has emerged from an ongoing awareness across Vanuatu's research community of the need for trained researchers to engage directly with pressing social and ethical concerns, and out of the proven fact that it is not just from the outcomes of research that communities or individuals may be empowered, but also through their modes and processes of implementation, as through the ongoing strength and value of the relationships they produce. With this in mind, the papers presented here go beyond the mere celebration of collaboration by demonstrating Vanuatu's specific environment of cross-cultural research as a diffuse set of historically emergent methodological approaches, and by showing how these work in actual practice"--Publisher's website.
Language English.
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references.
Subject Cross-cultural studies -- Vanuatu -- Congresses.
Social sciences -- Methodology -- Congresses.
Social sciences -- Network analysis -- Congresses.
Vanuatu -- Social conditions -- Congresses.
SOCIAL SCIENCE -- Anthropology -- Cultural.
Cross-cultural studies. (OCoLC)fst00884159
Social conditions (OCoLC)fst01919811
Social sciences -- Methodology. (OCoLC)fst01122933
Social sciences -- Network analysis. (OCoLC)fst01122938
Vanuatu. (OCoLC)fst01214612
Anthropology.
Society and social sciences Society and social sciences.
Sociology and anthropology.
Sociology & Social History.
Social Sciences.
Social Conditions.
Genre/Form Electronic books.
Conference papers and proceedings. (OCoLC)fst01423772
Added Author Taylor, John Patrick.
Thieberger, Nick.
Other Form: Print version: Working together in Vanuatu. Acton, A.C.T. : ANU E Press, 2011 9781921862342 (OCoLC)741940667
ISBN 9781921862359 (electronic bk.)
1921862351 (electronic bk.)
9781921862342 (pbk.)
1921862343 (pbk.)
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