By Peter Rudiak-Gould
The voters of the Marshall Islands were instructed that weather swap will doom their kingdom, and so they have noticeable confirmatory omens within the land, air, and sea. This ebook investigates how grassroots Marshallese society has interpreted and spoke back to this possibility as intimated via neighborhood remark, technological know-how verbal exchange, and Biblical exegesis. With grounds to brush off or forget about the risk, Marshall Islanders have as a substitute embraced it; with purposes to forswear guilt and accountability, they've got as a substitute followed in-group blame; and having been urged that resettlement is important, they've got vowed in its place to hold the place of origin. those dominant neighborhood responses could be understood as bobbing up from a pre-existing, energetic constellation of Marshallese rules termed "modernity the trickster": a traditionally encouraged narrative of self-inflicted cultural decline and seduction through Euro-American modernity. This research illuminates islander supplier on the intersection of the neighborhood and the worldwide, and indicates a thought of probability conception in keeping with ideological dedication to narratives of ancient growth and decline.
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Climate Change and Tradition in a Small Island State: The Rising Tide (Routledge Studies in Anthropology) by Peter Rudiak-Gould