Reconciling custom, citizenship and colonial legacies: Ni-Vanuatu tertiary student attitudes to national identity

@article{Clarke2013ReconcilingCC,
  title={Reconciling custom, citizenship and colonial legacies: Ni-Vanuatu tertiary student attitudes to national identity},
  author={M. Clarke and M. Leach and J. Scambary},
  journal={Nations and Nationalism},
  year={2013},
  volume={19},
  pages={715-738}
}
  • M. Clarke, M. Leach, J. Scambary
  • Published 2013
  • Sociology
  • Nations and Nationalism
  • Nation-building remains a key challenge in Vanuatu. From the origins of this new nation in 1980, it was clear that creating a unifying sense of national identity and political community from multiple languages and diverse traditional cultures would be difficult. This paper presents new survey and focus group data on attitudes to national identity among tertiary students in Vanuatu. The survey identifies areas of common attitudes towards nationalism and national identity, shared by both… CONTINUE READING
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