Mana, Power and 'Pawa' in the Pacific and Beyond
In this chapter I address three interrelated topics pertaining to mana and how it might be understood in relation to ‘power’ as a socialanalytical construct, and to pawa as a vernacular term used by some Pacific peoples.
|Collections||ANU Press (1965-Present)|
|Source:||New Mana: Transformations of a Classic Concept in Pacific Languages and Cultures|
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