Anthropology in Oceania; essays presented to Ian Hogbin. Edited by L. R. Hiatt and C. Jayawardena. Foreword by Raymond Firth.
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Hiatt, L. R.
Hogbin, Herbert Ian, 1904-
Anthropology -- Oceania.
Ethnology -- Oceania.
xii, 290 pages diagrs., maps, portraits, tables. 25 cm.
Bibliography: pages -284.
Descent groups and ecology amongst the Nduindui, New Herbides, by M. Allen.--Rivalry, competition and conflict among Christian Melanesians, by J. Beckett.--Economic aspects of modernization of Tikopia, by R. Firth.--Secret pseudo-procreation rites among the Australian Aborigines, by L. R. Hiatt.--The disintegration of caste in Fiji Indian rural society, by C. Jayawardena.--Descent residence and cultural codes, by R. M. Keesing.--Statements about religion: the problem of reliability, by P. Lawrence.--Men and spirits in the Kunimaipa Valley, by M. McArthur.--From tribesmen to peasants: the case of the Mae Enga of New Guinea, by M. Meggitt.--Ngadju kinship and social change on the upper Mentaya, by D. Miles.--Dravidian-Iroquois: the Melanesian evidence, by H. Scheffler.--Minangkabau and modernization by M. G. Swift.--Bibliography of Ian Hogbin up to 1971 (pages -271)
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