Skip to Main Navigation

Pacific Islands stakeholder participation in development : Solomon Islands (Inglês)

This study reviews the cultural tradition which plays a significant role in the Solomon Islands national affairs, and identifies the general characteristics of the country, attempting to explain how socio-cultural and traditional factors can influence development decisions. It is divided into three general sections: 1) culture and tradition; 2) the public sector; and, 3) civil society, which includes the private sector. The report provides a historical and cultural description of the country, explaining the relationship among culture, tradition, and development. It suggests Solomon Islands society functions and transforms itself as a result of continuous interaction between external and domestic forces, yet, to some extent, the failure of the international community in recognizing the dynamics of the local culture, may hinder the development process. An analysis of the role of the state, as well as that of international organizations, reviews the public sector and how it may influence national development.


  • Autor

    Kabutaulaka, Tarcisius Tara

  • Data do documento


  • TIpo de documento

    Documento de Trabalho (Série Numerada)

  • No. do relatório


  • Nº do volume


  • Total Volume(s)


  • País

    Ilhas Salomão,

  • Região

    Leste Asiático e Pacífico,

  • Data de divulgação


  • Nome do documento

    Pacific Islands stakeholder participation in development : Solomon Islands

  • Palavras-chave

    cultural tradition;culture and tradition;annual population growth rate;participation of local community;social group;public servant;rapid population growth;culture and development;process of development;lack of capital;political alliance;oral tradition;civil society;kinship group;rate of exploitation;rapid growth rate;tropical rain forest;traditional land tenure;heavy rainfall season;joint venture operation;capacity of institutions;remote rural area;development of tourism;degree of influence;distribution of wealth;customary land tenure;exchange of good;private sector involvement;process of governance;natural resource extraction;forest management policy;sense of identity;traditional social structure;urban centre;development policy;social organisation;national policy;community wealth;traditional leaders;fishery industry;commercial agriculture;business venture;tourism industry;colonial era;multinational company;language group;political dimensions;social grouping;public policy;social scientist;social obligation;cultural identities;customary landowner;logging company;political power;social transformation;colonial rule;colonial administration;social change;Natural Resources;civil institutions;cultural diversity;sports clubs;Land Ownership;national life;multinational companies;land size;belief system;fishing company;electoral system;customary ownership;socio-cultural factor;monetary term;squatter settlement;community organisation;nationalist sentiments;professional work;economic independence;social disintegration;central market;traditional customs;new caledonia;domestic politics;fishing ground;mining industry;national unity;new guinea;young age;palm oil;social behaviour;ethnic line;access fee;mining companies;National Institutions;asian origin;mining company;resettlement scheme;land area;wholesale business;community participation;contemporary politics;official language;tropical cyclone;Cultural Heritage;political institution;political independence;ethnic diversity;transfer pricing;forestry industry;social movement;high unemployment;urban dweller;national culture;development thinking;cultural background;social fabric;national identity;discussion papers;local culture;written rule;stakeholder participation;political culture;customary right;heavily dependent;labour recruiter;labor recruiter;colonial administrators;secure employment;social force;political support;widespread corruption;business interest;school fee;charter flight;commercial business;cultural forms;international relations;ethnic riot;human habitation;organizational characteristic;carbon dating;community structure;social life;community business;geographical area;extended family;radio program;gold deposit;community perceptions;price waterhouse;social activities;corporate power;Research Support;residential line;business practice;education curriculum;trade union;understanding of history;non-governmental organization;sector analysis;oil palm;



Versão oficial do documento (pode conter assinaturas, etc.)

  • TXT*
  • Total Downloads** :
  • Download Stats
  • *A versão do texto é um OCR incorreto e está incluído unicamente em benefício de usuários com conectividade lenta.