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Studies in Pacific anthropology. Series Statement: Anthropology series. Series Statement: Imprint series, UMI monograph. Personal Name: Cook, Edwin A. Personal Name: O'Brien, Denise. Uniform Title: UMI monographs. Uniform Title: Studies in Pacific anthropology. Rubrics: Kinship New Guinea. Download PDF book format. Download DOC book format.
In Blood and Semen: Kinship Systems of Highland. An Anthropological Description of Hauna Village: The Sepik Iwam. Written for the Summer Institute of.
Blood and Semen: Kinship Systems of Highland New Guinea. Gelber, Marilyn G. Gender and Society in the New Guinea Highlands: an Anthropological Perspective on Antagonism towards Women. Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Press, 1980. Cranstone, B. A. L. Melanesia: a Short Ethnography. Boulder: Westview Press, 1986.
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Studies of gender as a symbolic system focused on the roles that men and .
Studies of gender as a symbolic system focused on the roles that men and women played, on ideas about what constituted a proper man or woman in a particular culture, and on how differences between men and women were perceived in that culture. They sought to avoid prior assumptions about what these differences were. Anthropology seemed uniquely well-placed to examine cross-cultural variation in gender ascriptions. Did kinship define gender relations, did gender exist prior to kinship, or were these domains mutually constituted ?
Blood and Semen: Kinship Systems of Highland New Guinea. New Guinea History: A Bibliography of Journal Articles on Papua New Guinea and Irian Jaya. Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Press; 1980: 305-327. Studies in Pacific Anthropology). 7. Modjeska, Nicholas. Exchange Value and Melanesian Trade Reconsidered. Brisbane: University of Queensland, Department of History; 1992. Queensland Labour Trade and the Annexation of New Guinea in 1883.
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