The Hahalis Welfare Society of Buka
One of the two reasons I first became interested in Buka was matrilineal kinship. I had read much of the work of English anthropologists in British Central Africa, as they then called it. Turner*s arguments on the political instability in Ndembu society caused by the conflict between matrilineality and virilocality and by the related conflict between adjacent generations had especially fascinated me.
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