Female and Male in Borneo: Contributions and Challenges to Gender Studies

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Vinson H. Sutlive
Borneo Research Council, Incorporated, Department of Anthropology, The College of William and Mary in Virginia, 1991 - Family & Relationships - 528 pages
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Contents

THE BORNEO RESEARCH COUNCIL MONOGRAPH SERIES
vii
Sex Role Symmetry Among the Rungus of Sabah
1
Individuation of the Drives of Sex and Aggression in
57
Latah Behavior by Females Among the Rungus of Sabah
121
Images of Headhunting and Male
153
A Study of Gender Relations Among
226
The Cultural Logic of Textile Weaving Practices Among
271
Bejalai and Their Effects
295
Mengalong Lun 317
335
MaleFemale Distinction Among the Selako
345
Kadayan Men and Women
365
Gender and Class in Central Borneo
403
An Unsolved Problem in the Relations Between
435
EuropeanIndigenous Miscegenation and Social Status
455
Urban Migration and Differential
517
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Latah in Sarawak with Special Reference to the Iban
317

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