Publisher: Cambridge University Press
Number of pages: 190
Weight: 430 g
Dimensions: 229 x 152 x 13 mm
"It is refreshing to see ethnographic data that actually confront an issue in PNG that nearly all of us who work there know has occurred, but which almost no anthropologist has taken seriously. For that reason alone, this book would be most welcome, but i has many other contributions to make as well. This important book is readable and provocative. Many will find it suitable for both undergraduate and graduate courses on development, modernization, and globalization, as well as for Oceania courses. Its firm base in Chambri ehtnography gives it a grounding that will be hard to find elsewhere." Anthropoligical Quarterly
"...this is a valuable book of immediate relevance. It has important things to say about and to the people of Papua New Guinea and a message about the larger question of class. I hope it inspires vigorous discussion and additional research on this vital issue." The Contemporary Pacific, Michael French Smith, LTG Associates
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