Development, life-modes and language in Papua New Guinea
Potential Economic Impact of an HIV/AIDS epidemic in Papua New Guinea
Law and Ethics in the Business Environment, 7th Edition, Terry Halbert, Elaine Ingulli, ISBN-10: 0538473517, ISBN-13: 9780538473514, IM+TB
Responding to HIV/AIDS in Papua New Guinea
The Internet, the Law, and Privacy in New Zealand: Dignity with Liberty?
New Land Rover Car Prices in India
Divorce Attorney and Lawyers in NYC, New York
DIALECT SURVEY - KOMBIO LANGUAGE East Sepik Province, Papua New Guinea
Aware Bear Computers is Expanding in Order to Meet the Growing Demand for Computer Service, Repair and Recycling in Rochester, New York.
Nokia and maemo in the new GNOME mobile context
Class has become a feature of life in Papua New Guinea, evident in both "traditional" and "modern" settings. This book examines the emergence of class differences and its social and cultural ...
Chapters: Combining biological conservation, sustainability and economic growth: can we overcome potential conflict?; Redefining the capitalist periphery through sustainability; Conflict and ...
The 2000 Import and Export Market for Non-Electric Engines and Motors in Papua New Guinea
Lokal musik: Lingua franca song and identity in Papua New Guinea (Apwitihire)
The 2000 Import and Export Market for Metal Containers for Storage and Transport in Papua New Guinea
Anecdotes, told with zest and humour of the adventurous, dramatic and exhilarating experience of flying through the mountainous terrain of papua New Guinea.
This ambitious book examines the encounter between Gaels and Europeans in Scotland in the central Middle Ages, offering new insights into an important period in the formation of the Scots' ...
Originally published in 1979 as part of the Urbanization in Developing Countries series, this book is a detailed account of the process of urbanization, and provides a unique perspective on the ...
A study of institutional medicine, medical practice and health care in colonial Papua New Guinea.
An anthology of the experiences of army wives who accompanied their husbands on postings to Papua New Guinea in the decades prior to independence in 1975.