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A Survey of the Problems Suggested by a Composite Picture of the Culture of a New Guinea Tribe Drawn from Three Points of View
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Bindwijze: Paperback


Auteur: Gregory Bateson & Bateson

Co-auteur: Bateson Gregory

  • Engels
  • 368 pagina's
  • Stanford University Press
  • 2nd Revised edition
  • juni 1958
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Naven is the name of a peculiar ritual practiced by Iatmul, a head-hunting tribe of New Guinea. The ceremony is performed to congratulate members of the tribe upon the completion of notable accomplishments, among which homicide ranks highest. Ordinarily this tribe insists upon an extreme contrast between the sexes, but in the naven ceremony, tranvestitism and ritual homosexuality are represented. The naven serves in this book as a motive around which the author has constructed one of the most influential works of field anthropology ever written.

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Auteur Gregory Bateson, Bateson
Co-auteur Bateson Gregory
Taal Engels
Afmetingen 20x220x140 mm
Gewicht 413,00 gram
ISBN10 0804705208
ISBN13 9780804705202

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