Crocombe, Ronald Gordon

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CROCOMBE, Ronald Gordon

CROCOMBE, Ronald Gordon. New Zealander, b. 1929. Genres: Anthropology/Ethnology, Area studies, Cultural/Ethnic topics, Politics/Government. Career: University of the South Pacific, Suva, Professor, 1969-88, Director of Institute of Pacific Studies, 1975-86, Professor Emeritus of Pacific Studies, 1988-. Research Fellow, Australian National University, Canberra, 1961-64; Visiting Professor, University of California, 1964-65; Director, New Guinea Research Unit, 1965-69. Publications: Land Tenure in the Cook Islands, 1963; Improving Land Tenure, 1968; (with M. Crocombe) The Works of Ta'unga, 1968; Land Tenure in the Pacific, 1971; The South Pacific, 1973, 6th ed., 2001; Voluntary Service and Development, 1990; Pacific Neighbours, 1992; Post Secondary Education in the South Pacific: Land Issues in the Pacific, 1994; The Pacific Islands and the USA, 1996. EDITOR: Holy Torture in Fiji, 1975; Cook Islands Politics, 1978; Pacific Indians, 1980; Politics of the Pacific Islands Series, 1982-87; Pacific Universities, 1988; Culture & Democracy in the South Pacific, 1992. Author of other books. Contributor to professional journals. Address: Box 309, Rarotonga, Cook Islands. Online address: [email protected]

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