Oceania: A Journal Devoted to the Study of the Native Peoples of Australia, New Guinea, and the Islands of the Pacific Ocean, Volumes 47-48
University of Sydney, 1977 - Ethnology
Includes the sections "Reviews" and "Bibliographical notes."
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THE POLITICS OF WITCHKILLING Marie Reay page
INTERPRETATION OF SOCIAL PROFILES OF PRODUCTION
THE KAMA1N RELATIONSHIP
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A. P. Elkin Abelam Aborigines Anthropology appointed associated Australian National University Baram behaviour belief Berawan big-men Binumarien Bougainville Capell cargo cults Carnarvon ceremonies Chambri chiefly claim clan colonial cultural Daisy Bates Daugunu death descent discussion economic Editor epidemic European example exchange father Fewgroup gardens girls Highlands hysterical important individual Ipili islands Japanese Journal Kalaniuvalu kamain kava Kenyah killed kinship kinsmen Land Court language leaders linguistic Mackie Building Malaita Maprik marriage married mata Minikup Miss Abaijah N. W. G. Macintosh nobility noble Oceania original Pacific Papua Besena Papua New Guinea patrilineal pattern person pigs political population Port Moresby Price relations relationship ritual Sarawak shell money sister Siwai social society sorcery soro spirit subclan succession disputes taboos Telefomin title-holder Tonga traditional Tsembaga Tu'i Tonga Tupou University of Sydney Usino Vakala village Western witches women