| || || Naidu, Vijay|
| || || The plural society thesis and its relevance for Fiji |
Institution: University of the South Pacific.
Subject: Fiji -- Race relations , Fiji -- Politics and government
Call No.: pac DU 600 .N32
Copyright:20-40% of this thesis may be copied without the authors written permission
Abstract: Over the last two decades there has been a rapid development in the literature on the problems of development and national unity in the countries of the Third World. It has been claimed by many scholars that countries having more than one racial, linguistic, religious, cultural or generally ethnic category are prone to have problems of economic development brought about by political instability, due in turn to the diverse components of the population. A more well known version of this point of view is provided by the plural society theorists.