Social Change and Psychosocial Adaptation in the Pacific Islands (inbunden)
Format
Inbunden (Hardback)
Språk
Engelska
Antal sidor
307
Utgivningsdatum
2005-08-01
Upplaga
2005 ed.
Förlag
Springer-Verlag New York Inc.
Medarbetare
Austin, Ayda Aukahi / Grant, Bruce
Illustrationer
20 Tables, black and white; 4 Illustrations, black and white; XVIII, 307 p. 4 illus.
Dimensioner
234 x 152 x 19 mm
Vikt
589 g
Antal komponenter
1
Komponenter
1 Hardback
ISBN
9780387232928
Social Change and Psychosocial Adaptation in the Pacific Islands (inbunden)

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This volume is the product of an international gathering of scholars and healthprofessionalsinHonolulu,Hawaii,forthespeci?cpurposeofdo- menting and understanding the wide-ranging psychosocial consequences of rapid social change among people of Paci?c Island nations. In the wide expanse of the Paci?c Ocean, there are scores of nations and an untold number of cultural traditions. This area has been the scene of rapid social change since the Paci?c Island people began contact with the Western and Eastern worlds through exploration, commerce, and religious mission- ies. These changes led to the collapse and decimation of many groups as challengestotraditionalwaysoflifesoonexceededtheircapacitytoendure and survive. Today, from Australia's Aboriginal peoples in the South to the Hawaii's Native Hawaiian (Kanaka Maoli) people in the North, there is a resurgence of cultural pride and efforts to renew ties with past. From Po- nesia (e. g. , Hawaii, Samoa) to Micronesia (e. g. , Chuuk, Pohnpei, Palau) to Melanesia (e. g. , Solomon Islands, New Guinea), the indigenous p- ple of the Paci?c are continuing their struggle to survive amidst a rapidly changingworldinwhichbasicandfundamentalvaluesandlifestyles? nd themselvesincon?ictwithwaysoflifethatemphasizealienvaluessuchas individuality, materialism, competition, and change. These words are not meant to idealize the traditional cultures of the Paci?c Island people for they have often been characterized by aggression, hostility, and destr- tion of one another in the course of their history. Yet, it is clear that never hastherebeensuchsomanyandsopotentexternalforceschallengingtheir existence. Westernization can now be found throughout the Paci?c Islands with the exception of a few isolated regions in Melanesia and Micronesia.
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Chapter 1. Introduction Anthony J. Marsella, Ayda Aukahi Austin, and Bruce A. Grant Chapter 2. Social Change in the Pacific: Problems Old, Problems New, Problems Borrowed Eugene Ogan Chapter 3. The Dynamics of Cultural Trauma: Implications for the Pacific Nations Michael Salzman Chapter 4. Globalization of Human Services for Indigenous Youth in the Northern Territory, Australia Bridie O' Reilly, Stuart Carr, and Floyd Bolitho Chapter 5. Fiji's Move into the 21st Century Robin Taylor Chapter 6. The Federated State of Micronesia Joakim Peter and Marcus Samo Chapter 7. Guam Juan Rapadas Chapter 8. Understanding Substance Use and Violent Behavior in a Native Hawaiian Community Ayda Aukahi Austin, Anthony J. Marsella Chapter 9. The Republic of the Marshall Islands Michael Jenkins and Cleveland McSwain Chapter 10. Alcohol and Drug Use in Honiara, Solomon Islands: A Cause for Concern Rolf Kuschel, 'Angikinui Francis T. Takiika, and Kiu 'Angiki Chapter 11. Building Capacity for Epidemiologic Surveillance of Alcohol and other Drug Problems in the U.S. - Associated Pacific Islands Amelia M. Arria and James C. Anthony Chapter 12. Some Closing Comments Anthony J. Marsella, Ayda Aukahi Austin, and Bruce A.Grant