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A Black Civilization; A Social Study of an Australian Tribe; A Black Civilization: A Social Study of an Australian Tribe

William Lloyd Warner, Author
Format
Book
Edition
Revised edition
Published
New York : Harper, 1958.
Language
English
Contents
  • The Murngin
  • The Local Organization
  • The Family and Kinship Structure
  • Age Grading
  • Primary Adaptations and Technology
  • Warfare
  • Murngin Magic and Medicine
  • A Sociological Interpretation of Magic
  • Murngin Totemism
  • Mortuary Rights
  • Social Change in North Australia
  • Mahkarolla and Murngin Society
Technical Details

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    a| xx, 618 pages : b| illustrations ; c| 22 cm.
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