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CHAP PACE XV Introduction
The Morphological Comparison of Systems of Relationship
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aboriginal ascribed associated Banks Islands become belief belong betel-people Bismarck Archipelago body Buin canoe chapter character chief child clans classed condition connected consider cremation cross-cousin marriage cult custom daughter definite dual organisation Dukduk elements especially evidence existence exogamous explain fact father father's sister Fiji form of marriage Hebrides husband immigrants important indigenous influence Ingiet institution interaction interred their dead kava kava-people language magic Malaita marry matrilineal descent Melanesian society migration mode moieties Mota mother's brother nature nomenclature Oceania origin Pentecost Polynesia population possess possible practice present probable resemblance result rites ritual Santa Cruz scheme secret organisations secret societies seems sexual communism shell-money Shortland Islands sitting position social groups social organisation Solomon Islands Solomons southern Melanesia suggests Sukwe suppose systems of relationship Tamate societies terms of relationship Tikopia tion Tonga Torres Islands totemism Ulawa Vella Lavella Viti Levu wife wives women word Ysabel