Being a Village Court Magistrate in Papua New Guinea
Wondering what kind of job you want? This book offers fourteen imagined job manuals written by scholars in response to a 'what if' thought exercise. There are chapters about occupations in Africa, Asia, Europe, Latin America, the Pacific Islands, and the Unites States. The authors all focus on how culturally specific every job is. The fictional magistrate speaking in this chapter is imagined to be from lowland Papua New Guinea. The eulogy he gives is in keeping with the style of funeral...[Show more]
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