Views from Interviews: The Changing Role of Women in Papua New Guinea by Turner

Views from Interviews: The Changing Role of Women in Papua New Guinea

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Paperback | August 1, 1993

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Biographies of five successful professional women in Papua New Guinea who have overcome prejudice and gained professional eminence in a male dominated society. The women surveyed are Dr Rose Kekedo, the first Papua New Guinean woman to hold a senior management position in a major commercial enterprise and the first to head a government department in her country; Margaret Taylor, who was the first Papua New Guinean woman to gain a law degree and enter her country's legal profession; Rose Muingnepe, chairperson of the Papua New Guinea Council of Churches; notable female author Nora Bagir Brash; and Dr Naomi Martin, the first Papua New Guinean woman to gain a Doctor of Philosophy and who currently heads the Commission for Higher Education in her country.

About The Author

Ann Turner was born on December 10, 1945. She is an American poet and children's author. Her poetry titles include: Tickle a Pickle, A Lion's Hunger, Learning to Swim: a Memoir, A Moon for Seasons and Tom Cat. Her picture books include: Dakota Dugout, Red Flower Goes West, Pumpkin Cat, Abe Lincoln Remembers, and Sitting Bull Remembers....

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Title:Views from Interviews: The Changing Role of Women in Papua New GuineaFormat:PaperbackPublished:August 1, 1993Publisher:Oxford University PressLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0195532554

ISBN - 13:9780195532555

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