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Senri Ethnological Studies (SES)

No.47 Fringe Area of Highlands in Papua New Guinea

March 31, 1998 Publication

Edited by Shuji Yoshida, Yukio Toyoda

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1. Introduction: Fringe Area of Highlands in Papua New Guinea
Yukio Toyoda
2. Sound of Bamboo as Talk of Spirit: Social Meaning of Sound among the Waxei People in the East Sepik Hills
Yoichi Yamada
3. Migration and Shifting Settlement Patterns among the Kapriman People of East Sepik Province, Papua New Guinea
Keichi Kumagai
4. To Which Bird Do You Belong?: Totemic Belief among the Mali, Papua New Guinea
Yukio Toyoda
5. Pigs, Two Women and an Island: A Reality of Subsistence in Bahinemo Mythology
Ippei Kawasaki
6. We Are One Flesh: Unity and Migration of the Yabio
Hisafumi Saito
7. Numeral Classifiers among the May River Iwam
Shuji Yoshida
8. Who Manages Disputes?: Introduced Courts among the Fasu, Papua New Guinea
Hiroyuki Kurita
9. Pig and Man in Papunan Societies: Two Cases from the Seltaman of the Fringe Highlands and the Gidra of the Lowland
Tomoya Akimichi

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