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The Tiwi of North Australia

C.W.M. Hart, Author; Arnold R. Pilling, Author
Format
Book
Published
New York : Holt, Rinehart and Winston, [1960]
Language
English
ISBN
0030057000, 9780030057007
Series Statement
Case Studies in Cultural Anthropology
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    a| The Tiwi of North Australia / c| by C.W.M. Hart and Arnold R. Pilling.
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    a| ix, 118 pages : b| illustrations, portrait, maps ; c| 24 cm.
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    g| Introduction: t| The Australian Aborigines. t| The first men in Australia ; t| Austuralian culture when the white men came -- t| Tiwi marriage. t| Cultural isolation ; t| The tribe and the bands ; t| The household ; t| Marriage by betrothal ; t| Widow remarriage ; t| Naming rules ; t| Levirate, Sororate, and cross-cousin marriage ; t| "Disputed" wives ; t| The household: an overview -- t| Life in the bush. t| Organization: band and household ; t| Daily activities ; t| Joint activities ; t| Making things -- t| The prestige and influence system. t| The beginning of Tiwi careers ; t| A very successful Elder: Kiin-kumi ; t| The establishments of Malau ; t| The politics of widow remarriage ; t| The politics of bestowal -- t| The collective life. t| Legal affairs ; t| Religious activities -- t| Friend and foe. t| Hostility toward outsiders (1600-1900) ; t| The beginning of friendly contact (1900-1928) -- t| The Tiwi today. t| Changes since 1930 ; t| Marriage arrangements ; t| Residence patterns ; t| Patriliny to matriliny ; t| Tiwi and the Australian nation -- t| References cited -- t| Recommended reading.
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