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Orokaiva society

F. E. Williams

Orokaiva society

by F. E. Williams

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Published by Oxford University Press in London .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Binandere (Papua New Guinean people)

  • Edition Notes

    StatementWith an introduction by Sir Hubert Murray.
    SeriesHRAF -- 1.
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Paginationxxiii, 355 p.
    Number of Pages355
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL16815988M

      Focusing on the cultural meanings of whitemen in the Orokaiva society of Papua New Guinea, this book provides a fresh approach to understanding how race is symbolically constructed and why racial stereotypes endure in the face of : University of Chicago Press. Orokaiva society ; With an introduction by Sir Hubert Murray. Author. Williams, Francis Edgar. Published. Oxford: Clarendon Pr., Physical Description. p.: ill. Subjects. Binandere (Papua New Guinean people) Notes "The tenth published report of the Papuan government on anthropology" First published Language. English Libraries.

    Orokaiva language Disambiguation page providing links to topics that could be referred to by the same search term This disambiguation page lists articles associated with the title Orokaiva. Exchange in the Social Structure of the Orokaiva. New York: St. Martin's Press. Schwimmer, Erik G. (). "Reciprocity and Structure: A Semiotic Analysis of Some Orokaiva Exchange Data." Man Williams, Francis Edgar (). .

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Additional Physical Format: Online version: Orokaiva society book, F.E. (Francis Edgar). Orokaiva society. Oxford, Clarendon Press [] (OCoLC) Document Type. A familiar cultural presence for people the world over, “the whiteman” has come to personify the legacy of colonialism, the face of Western modernity, and the force of globalization.

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Focusing on the cultural meanings of whitemen in the Orokaiva society of Papua New Guinea, this book provides a fresh approach to understanding how race is symbolically constructed and why racial stereotypes endure in the face of : $ The Orokaiva are a people indigenous to Papua Newthey were reported as being speakers of Binandere and divided into three groups: the Umo-ke (“River People”); the Eva-Embo (“the Salt-Water People”); and the Pereho (“the Inland People”).

The Orokaiva occupied what is now Oro Province and the periphery of the area they inhabited was marked by the. Orokaiva Society by Williams, F.E. [Sir Hubert Murray, Intro].

Oxford: Oxford University Press, Undetermined. near fine. [xvii] pp. Octavo. Publisher's blue cloth; spine title in gilt.

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OROKAIVA SOCIETY, by F. Williams; pp. ; Humphrey Milford, Oxford University Press; 25/- net. In vol. 37 of this Journal,pp. we had the pleasure of reviewing Orokaiva Magic, by the same author as the present volume, Orokaiva Society.

This book appeals to us as did its predecessor, and it is an excellent sign of the times to read in the preface that “the. My new book is The Meaning of Whitemen: Race and Modernity in the Orokaiva Cultural World. This book examines I am a cultural anthropologist with research interests in globalization, development, corporations, race, historical anthropology, and the history of anthropology/5.

Williams, as in his previously published book entitled Orokaiva Magic, (document 2:Williams) compiled the material for this volume while serving in his official capacity as Anthropologist for the Papuan government.

The book originally appeared as Anthropological Report No. 10 of the Papuan Government. During his field trips, Williams visited most of the Orokaiva area, but. Focusing on the cultural meanings of whitemen in the Orokaiva society of Papua New Guinea, this book provides a fresh approach to understanding how Author: Ira Bashkow.

First Edition. 8vo. xxxvi, pp, frontis + 19 leaves of bw plates text-figures, appendix by Dr L H Dudley Buxton. The book gives an all-round account of a primitive people in the far west of Papua.

The fifteenth in a series of anthropological reports published by the Papuan Government. D Chenoweth Ex libris Papua. Orokaiva Society Williams, F E. Open Library is an open, editable library catalog, building towards a web page for every book ever published. Author of Orokaiva society, Orokaiva magic, Papuans of the Trans-Fly, Drama of Orokolo, Vailala Madness and the Destruction of Native Ceremonies in the Gulf Division, Native education, "The Vailala madness", and other essays, The native.

The Meaning Of Whitemen: Race And Modernity In The Orokaiva Cultural World, Race And Modernity In The Orokaiva Cultural Focusing on the cultural meanings of whitemen in the Orokaiva society of Papua New Guinea, this book provides a fresh approach to understanding how race is symbolically constructed and why racial stereotypes endure in.

This document is divided into three parts that correspond to Anthropological Reports Nos. 6, 7, and 8, submitted by Williams to the Papuan Government of New Guinea. The first two parts, The Taro Cult: A Study of Primitive Religious Movement, and The Garden Culture of the Orokaiva, are essays primarily in applied anthropology, while the final section entitled, Orokaiva Magic, is a.

Orokaiva. ETHNONYMS: Aiga, Binandele, Hunjara, Mambare, Wasida. Orientation. Identification. "Orokaiva" is the name for a number of culturally similar tribes in Papua New Guinea who speak mutually intelligible dialects.

Although the tribes did not have an inclusive name for themselves until "Orokaiva" was introduced by Westerners, they generally distinguished among.

The book begins with a carefully researched historical account of Orokaiva culture and the colonial/postcolonial situation to provide context for three core ethnographic chapters, which explore Orokaiva constructions of whitemen's physical and social attributes, representative but independent of actual white persons.

Barter Books; Williams, F E; ; Orokaiva Society. Publisher: Oxford.: Oxford University Press. Edition: First Edition; Published Date:   Focusing on the cultural meanings of whitemen in the Orokaiva society of Papua New Guinea, this book provides a fresh approach to understanding how race is symbolically constructed and why racial stereotypes endure in the face of counter evidence/5(60).Orokaiva Society.

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