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Download The Trobrianders of Papua New Guinea - Annette B. Weiner
The Trobrianders of Papua New Guinea

A re-examination of the Trobrianders of Papua New Guinea, the people described in Malinowski's ethnographic work of the early 20th century. Provides a view of the society from a male and female perspective, including new discoveries about the importance of women's work and wealth in the society.

Author: Annette B. Weiner
Pages: 184 pages
Format: PDF
Size: 30.75 Mb
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