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Contradictions in Korean Colonial Education
International Journal of Korean History. 2010;15(1):121-149.

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The contradictions of teaching bilingually in post-colonial Burundi: From Nyakatsi to Maisons en √Čtage
Linguistics and Education. 1996;8(1):35-47   Crossref logo
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Family and Gender in the Pacific. 1989;259-280   Crossref logo
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The Coups in Fiji: Colonial Contradictions and the Post-Colonial Crisis
Critique of Anthropology. 1988;8(3):93-116   Crossref logo
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Family and Gender in the Pacific. 1989;1-18   Crossref logo
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Better homes and gardens
Family and Gender in the Pacific. 1989;156-169   Crossref logo
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Creative Interpretations of Educational Contradictions
Creativity Theory and Action in Education. 2016;75-87   Crossref logo
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Colonial State
The Colonial Origins of Korean Enterprise. 1990;34-50   Crossref logo
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A Study on the Korean Medicine Education and the Changes in the Traditional Korean Medicine during the Japanese Colonial Era: Focused on the Korean Medicine Training Schools
Korean Journal of Medical History. 2018;27(1):1-48   Crossref logo
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Institutionalized Contradictions: Trouble in a Colonial Mission
Organization Studies. 1991;12(3):337-364   Crossref logo
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Domestic structures and polyandry in the Marquesas Islands
Family and Gender in the Pacific. 1989;65-83   Crossref logo
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