Youth, crime, and rural development in Papua New Guinea : a model for grassroots community projects by Michael Bopp, Anou Borrey and Merewe Degemba.

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Book's title: Youth, crime, and rural development in Papua New Guinea : a model for grassroots community projects by Michael Bopp, Anou Borrey and Merewe Degemba.
Library of Congress Control Number: 00341222
International Standard Book Number (ISBN):9980750855
System Control Number:abn97387411
Cataloging Source:ANL-S, ANL-S DLC
Authentication Code:lccopycat
Geographic Area Code:a-pp
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Library of Congress Call Number:HQ799.8.P26 B66 1995
Personal Name:Bopp, Michael.
Varying Form of Title:Youth crime, and rural development issues
Varying Form of Title:Numambuki Clan Development Project
Publication, Distribution, etc.:Boroko . National Research Institute, (c)1995.
Physical Description:v, 30 p. ;, 25 cm.
Title:NRI discussion paper ;$vno. 87
Bibliography, etc. Note:Includes bibliographical references (p. 28-30).
Formatted Contents Note:Consists of 2 pts. in one continuously paged volume: Pt. 1. Youth, crime, and rural development issues / by Anou Borrey
pt. 2. The Numambuki Clan Development Project / by Michael Bopp and Merewe Degemba.
Corporate Name:Numambuku Clan Development Project.
Personal Name:Borrey, Anou.
Personal Name:Degemba, Merewe.
Corporate Name:National Research Institute (Papua New Guinea)
Corporate Name:Numambuku Clan Development Project.
Rubrics: Rural youth
Papua New Guinea$xSocial conditions
Case studies
Crime prevention
Papua New Guinea
Rural development projects

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