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O'Collins, Maev 1993

Social Development in Papua New Guinea 1972-1990:
Searching for Solutions in a Changing World

Political and Social Change Monograph No. 18
Department of Political and Social Change, RSPAS
Australian National University, Canberra.

© Copyright, Maev O'Collins, 1993, 2005.

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Contents

Title pages i
Introduction 1
Part 1: Social Development Planning 13
Part 2: Community-based Social Work Education 77
Part 3: Law, Order and Justice 133
Part 4: Social Aspects of Health Needs and Services 185
Part 5: Women and Youth 227
References & 251
Index


Detailed table of contents:

Introduction

  • Social welfare priorities in developing countries, with special reference to Papua New Guinea (1973)

Part 1: Social Development Planning

  • Community use of government and non-government services: some thoughts and observations on decentralization (1974)
  • Local level development: Whose vision? Whose reality? (1978)
  • Government extension services and smallholder agriculture: looking beyond 1982 to the way ahead (1982)
  • Social development planning at the local/regional level: Fiji, Papua New guinea, and smaller nations in the South Pacific (1984)
  • Gift-giving and its consequences: the effects of international aid on social development policies and programmes (19840
  • Small is still beautiful: social development and the Eight-Point Plan (1985)

Part 2: Community-based Social Work Education

  • Introducing social work education at the University of Papua New Guinea (1972)
  • What is happening to my people? Community research by students at the University of Papua New Guinea (1977)
  • Community education in Papua New Guinea: towards cultural reintegration (1979)
  • Education and reciprocity: sharing and exchange between community and classroom (1980)
  • Community-based practice: preparation for the return home (1987)

Part 3: Law, Order and Justice

  • Social welfare and the law: protecting or controlling the community? (1975)
  • Social justice and neo-colonialism: implications for education and research at the University of Papua New Guinea (1979)
  • Juvenile delinquency: Melanesian responses to Western solutions (1980)
  • Urban youth and folk devils: reflections on International Youth Year (1986)

Part 4: Social Aspects of Health Needs and Services

  • Social supports and constraints in the provision of health services in Papua New Guinea (1973)
  • Social welfare aspects of family planning programmes in rural areas of Papua New Guinea (1978)
  • Changing to meet the needs of the new society (1977)
  • Social work and mental health (1981)
  • Social policies for disabled persons in Papua New Guinea (1987)

Part 5: Women and Youth

  • Women and Youth: groups with special needs? (1990)

References and Index


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