Rituals and Relationships in the Valley of the Sun

Rituals and Relationships in the Valley of the Sun

Author: Andrew Sims

Publisher: Summer Inst of Linguistics

ISBN: STANFORD:36105043440119

Category: Language Arts & Disciplines

Page: 161

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Looks at the culture of the Ketengban people (eastern highlands of Irian Jaya, Indonesia). Describes Ketengban cosmology and their view of man and the spirits, pregnancy and childbirth practices, and kinship system.
Rituals and Relationships in the Valley of the Sun
Language: en
Pages: 161
Authors: Andrew Sims, Anne Sims
Categories: Language Arts & Disciplines
Type: BOOK - Published: 1992 - Publisher: Summer Inst of Linguistics

Looks at the culture of the Ketengban people (eastern highlands of Irian Jaya, Indonesia). Describes Ketengban cosmology and their view of man and the spirits, pregnancy and childbirth practices, and kinship system.
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