This case study explores Pacific ways of talking about issues of common concern with reference to two customary forms of talk that continue in current use in Fiji and Aotearoa. Taken together they provide an insight into an approach to collective talk, especially the importance of ceremony, which has commonalities with that used in other customary societies.
- Citation: Robinson, D and Robinson, K (2005). ‘Pacific ways of talk – hui and talanoa’ in Collective Decision Making Around the World, Kettering Foundation, Dayton, Ohio. ISBN-978-0-923993-18-4.
- Creator: David Robinson, Kayt Robinson
- Language: English
- Publisher: Kettering Foundation, Dayton, Ohio
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