Point No. 9: Ethics and Development in Papua New Guinea

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Point No. 9: Ethics and Development in Papua New Guinea

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Ethics and Development in Papua New Guinea explores the sociological, economic and political developments in the country since Independence in 1975. The authors, who are for the most part Papua New Guineans base their analyses on the guidelines enshrined in the Constitution - The National Goals and Directive Principles, and the Eight Aims - as the template on which the future of the country was intended to proceed. Divided into three parts, Part I examines the ideological perspective, Part II reviews the implementation process in the first decade while Part III offers an ethical guideline and presents a concrete case study.
 
Published: 1986
Edited by: Gernot Fugmann
Scanned and totally reset at the MI 2009, and extensively corrected P.M.McCALLUM
Republished 2010
Format: PDF (Book)
Size: 2.1mb
Product Code Point_#9
Manufacturer Melanesian Institute
Condition New

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