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Why not the small independent islands and dependencies in Oceania have become multicultural societies?

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The small island communities of Oceania ... and the independent island states generally do not have the ... the island states have not sufficiently ...
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Positive: 30 %
Narrower Geographic Oceania. Island Melanesia, Micronesia, ... and Macquarie Island in the south. Not included are the Pacific ... provisos have been ...
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Positive: 27 %

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PRESENT SITUATION. INTRODUCTION. The ... Most national societies are multicultural, ... In some countries the indigenous people have become a minority ...
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Positive: 30 %
CULTURES IN CONFLICT: ... The geography of the small island countries of the ... concepts of received law have not developed a customary law ...
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Positive: 25 %
... these islands have also been ... Polynesia is characterized by a small amount of land ... The new Independent State of Samoa was not a ...
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Positive: 11 %
These resources found in South America have brought high income to ... to Ecuador and Easter Island (in Oceania but ... become a significant ...
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Positive: 10 %

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