Continuity and change in Mekeo society, 1890-1971
This study describes the response of the Mekeo, a Papuan people numbering approximately six and a half thousand, to eighty years of European control. It combines three different types of evidence - documentary material (mainly government records), ethnographic data collected during the author's field work and oral history collected in the same manner. Chapter One briefly describes contemporary Mekeo society and then works back, identifying points of comparison and contrast with the...[Show more]
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