Journal of Pacific Studies

JPacS



Volume 35, No.2, 2015

Articles

Introduction – by Guest Editors

By: Vijay Naidu and Sandra Tarte

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Analysing the Open List System of Proportional Representation in Fiji’s 2014 General Election: A Perspective from the Fiji Electoral Commission  

By: Fr D. G. Arms

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Representative Democracy, the Constitution and Electoral Engineering in Fiji: 2014 and Beyond

By: Gordon Leua Nanau

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Religion, the Christian State and the Secular State – Discourses during the 2014 Fiji General Election Campaign  

By: Jacqueline Ryle

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Insecurity of Taukei Land as an Issue in the 2014 General Election: Real Threat or Political Gimmick?

By: Sefanaia Sakai

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Reflections on the September 2014 Elections: A CSO Perspective (from the Community out)  

By: Chantelle Khan

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Control, Alt, Delete: How Fiji’s New PR Electoral System and Media Coverage Affected Election Results for Women Candidates in the 2014 Election

By: Asenati Liki and Claire Slatter

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Political Social Media Campaigning in Fiji’s 2014 Elections  

By: Jope Tarai, Romitesh Kant, Glen Finau and Jason Titifanue

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‘Knowns, Unknowns and Unknown Unknowns’ in the 2014 Election Results

By: Nicola Baker and Haruo Nakagawa

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The 2014 Fiji General Election: A Fresh Start on the Road to Democracy?

By: Vijay Naidu

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