2 edition of Missionary influence as a political factor in the Pacific Islands found in the catalog.
Missionary influence as a political factor in the Pacific Islands
Aarne A. Koskinen
|Statement||by Aarne A. Koskinen.|
|Series||Suomalaisen Tiedeakatemian Toimituksia : ser. B -- t. 78, 1, Suomalaisen Tiedeakatemian Toimituksia -- t. 78, 1.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||163 p. :|
|Number of Pages||163|
Book reviewed in this article: MISSIONARY AND AMBASSADOR IN CHINA: Fifty Years in China: The Memoirs of John Leighton Stuart, Missionary and Ambassador. AN EXPLORER IN BAROTSELAND: The Barotseland Journal of James Stevenson‐Hamilton, – Edited by J. P. R. MISSIONS AND GOVERNMENTS IN THE PACIFIC: Missionary Influence as a Political Factor in the Pacific Islands. None of these visits were of political consequence, the islands being in the sphere of influence of the Pomare dynasty of Tahiti. At the beginning 18th century the first Christian missionaries arrived. The islands' pearls penetrated the European market in the late 19th century, making them a .
Christianity And Civilization In The South Pacific, The Influence Of Missionaries Upon European Expansion In The Pacific During The Nineteenth Century (The Robert Herbert Memorial Prize Essay ) [FACSIMILE] [Young, William Allen] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Christianity And Civilization In The South Pacific, The Influence Of Missionaries Upon European Author: William Allen Young. This is a list of missionaries to the South Pacific islands. See also Bible translations into Oceanic languages.. Protestant. Charles Scarborough (–) from England to Gilbert Islands Samuel Marsden (–) - from England to Australia; Henry Nott (–) - from Britain to Tahiti; Thomas Kendall (–) - from England to New Zealand Miscellaneous: Bible translations into Oceanic languages.
China’s Role in the Pacific Islands Region - Zhang 45 China’s Growing Presence in the South Pacific China’s growing presence in the Pacific Islands region is first and foremost demonstrated by its substantial aid activities. While the PRC has a long his - tory of providing aid to the region, dating back to the s, it is over the lastFile Size: KB. The book is sold subject to the condition that it shall not, by way of trade in Pacific island towns are primarily political and institutional. Water in the Pacific Islands: Case Studies Author: Eberhard Weber.
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Missionary influence as a political factor in the Pacific Islands / by Aarne A. Koskinen Paperback – January 1, Author: Aarne A. Koskinen. Aberdeen administration American missionaries annexation archipelagoes arrival attitude became Bennet and Tyerman Bess BINGHAM Britain British Consul British government British missionaries BRookes CAILLot HPO Caledonia Captain Catholic mission Catholicism Charlton chiefs Christianity Church co-operation colonial commander considered conversion Desch ANEL.
Get this from a library. Missionary influence as a political factor in the Pacific Islands. [Aarne A Koskinen]. Missionary Influence as a Political Factor in the Pacific Islands, By Aarne A. Koskinen. Helsinki: Suomalaisen Tiedeakatemian Toimituksia Annales Academiae Scientiarum Fennicae, Cited by: Get this from a library.
Missionary influence as a political factor in the Pacific Islands. [Aarne A Koskinen]. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Koskinen, Aarne A. Missionary influence as a political factor in the Pacific Islands. Helsinki: Suomalainen Tiedeakatemia, Missionary influence as a political factor in the Pacific Islands.
(OCoLC) Material Type: Thesis/dissertation, Manuscript: Document Type: Book, Archival Material: All Authors / Contributors: Aarne A Koskinen. OAI identifier: oai:persee:article/jso_x__num_10_10__t1___2Author: Colin Newbury. In Tahiti and elsewhere in the Pacific the general sequence of events was that missionaries follow trade, and flags followed the missionaries.
The (Protestant) London Missionary Society was the first to evangelize in these islands, and did so Author: Walter M. Goldberg. Missionary Politics – A Contribution to the Study of Populism. The sacralization of politics is commonly studied in terms of movements and regimes of the past.
This article explains and develops the political–religious concept of missionary politics as an analytical tool to understand political activism in the twenty-first century.
The concept of the Pacific Way (and its subsidiary the Melanesian Way) represents the most articulate expression of this sense of Pacific exceptionalism, which claims that the Pacific Islands are Author: Walter Goldberg.
When Catholicism first arrived in Micronesia, in the northern Marianas and Guam, through Spanish Jesuits inthe mission failed to take root (Lal and Fortune ).
Islanders were at first perplexed by the “strange” missionary teachings of chastity, monogamy, dress, and strict moral Size: KB. The Franco-Tahitian War or French–Tahitian War (–) was a conflict between the Kingdom of the French and the Kingdom of Tahiti and its allies in the South Pacific archipelago of the Society Islands.
Contents. Prelude. Tahiti was converted to Protestant Christianity by the London Missionary Society (LMS) in the early 19th on: Society Islands. Pacific Islands, island geographic region of the Pacific Ocean. It comprises three ethnogeographic groupings— Melanesia, Micronesia, and Polynesia —but conventionally excludes the neighbouring island continent of Australia, the Asia-related Indonesian, Philippine, and Japanese archipelagoes, and the Ryukyu, Bonin.
The impact of Christianity in the Pacific must be understood in terms of the initial contact situation and the kinds of changes which ensued soon after contact.
Population decimation in both the high and low islands had a drastic and dire influence on social structures and also on local populations. European introduced diseases moved faster. Missionary Injluelzce as a Political Factor in the Pacific Islands. AARNE A. KOSKINEN. Helsinki: The Finnish Academy of Science and Letters, Suomalaisen Kirjallisuuden Seuran Rirjapainon Oy., pp., chart, 2 maps.
This monograph analyzes the Author: Ward H. Goodenough. The Pacific islands may be grouped in terms of their political affiliation and status. First, there are those that are affiliated to or associated with much under the influence of the American educational system, but there appears In order to understand some of the current issues of education in the Pacific Islands and to be in a File Size: 1MB.
Koskinen, Missionary Influence as a Political Factor in the Pacific Islands (Helsinki ); K. Martin, Missionaries and Annexation in the Pacific (Oxford ); Charles W.
Forman, 'Mis sionaries and Colonialism: the Case of the New Hebrides in the Twentieth Century', Journal. Missionary schools were opened throughout the islands, accelerating Christian conversion rates and teaching Hawaiians to abandon their own culture for “civilized” Western ways.
Even in this time of great outside influence, Native practices and culture did endure. Polynesian culture, the beliefs and practices of the indigenous peoples of the ethnogeographic group of Pacific Islands known as Polynesia, which encompasses a huge triangular area of the east-central Pacific Ocean.
In the early s, about 70 percent of the total population of Polynesia resided in Hawaii. He is a political scientist with degrees from Victoria University of Wellington and the University of Hawaii, and he writes and teaches about contemporary issues in the Pacific Islands region.
In March he co-convened a conference on China's role in Oceania at Ritsumeikan Asia Pacific Cited by: In my recent book, Pacific power? Australia’s strategy in the Pacific islands, I answer that question.
I provide an account of how, and how effectively, Australia has sought to use its levers of influence over Pacific island states in pursuit of its strategic interests sincethe year that Papua New Guinea gained independence.Malcomson describes the political structure of the islands influenced by the Tuturani (white people) as well as those still run by the natives.
Though somewhat superficial in its treatment of contemporary Pacific island politics, the book would be of interest to anyone who wishes to learn something about this area of the by: 3.