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Open Access Gender, Ritual and Social Formation in West Papua

A Configurational Analysis Comparing Kamoro and Asmat

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Gender, Ritual and Social Formation in West Papua

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This study, based on a lifelong involvement with New Guinea, compares the culture of the Kamoro (18,000 people) with that of their eastern neighbours, the Asmat (40,000), both living on the south coast of West Papua, Indonesia. The comparison, showing substantial differences as well as striking similarities, contributes to a deeper understanding of both cultures.

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