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THE JOURNAL OF THE POLYNESIAN SOCIETY
VOLUME 90 1981
AUCKLAND THE POLYNESIAN SOCIETY, (INCORPORATED
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CONTENTS OF VOLUME 90
    No. 1—MARCH 1981 Edited by Geoffrey Irwin
  • Notes and News 3
  • Main Articles:
  • Power and Rank in the Kingdom of Tonga. By Elizabeth Bott 7
  • Growth and Development of Folk Zoological Life-Forms in Polynesian Languages. By Cecil H. Brown 83
  • Shorter Communications:
  • A Note on the Naming of Malo Island, Vanuatu: a History of Omission and Coincidence. By Elizabeth Reed Dickie 111
  • Correspondence 117
  • Reviews 123
  • Publications Received 147
    No. 2—JUNE 1981 Edited by Geoffrey Irwin
  • Notes and News 153
  • Main Articles:
  • Future Directions in the Study of the Arts of Oceania: a Brief Introduction. By Judith Huntsman 155
  • An Artist in His Time. By B. Kernot 157
  • After the Ethnomusicological Salvage Operation—What? By Peter Crowe 171
  • The Study of Acculturated Music in Oceania: “Cheap and Tawdry Borrowed Tunes”? By Allan Thomas 183
  • Approaches to the Study of Dance in Oceania: Is the Dancer Carrying an Umbrella or not? By Jennifer Shennan 193
  • Butterfly Collecting in a Swamp: Suggestions for Studying Oral Narratives as Creative Art. By Judith Huntsman 209
  • Postscript: of Butterflies, Umbrellas, Swamps and Such. By S. M. Mead 219
  • Linguistics and the Peopling of the Pacific Islands. By John Terrell 225
  • Shorter Communications:
  • New Evidence for Early Horticulture in Fiji. By Terry L. Hunt 259
  • Correspondence 267
  • Reviews 271
  • Publications Received 301
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    No. 3—SEPTEMBER 1981 Edited by Roger Oppenheim
  • Notes and News 303
  • Main Articles:
  • Tioba and the Tabiteuean Religious Wars. By H. C. and H. E. Maude 307
  • Obsidian Sources at Talasea, West New Britain, Papua New Guinea. By Jim Specht 337
  • Speech Making and the Organisation of Discourse in a Samoan Fono. By Alessandro Duranti 357
  • Reviews 401
  • Publications Received 431
    No. 4—DECEMBER 1981 Edited by Roger Oppenheim
  • Notes and News 437
  • Main Articles:
  • Appeals for “Unity” in Marquesan Local Politics. By John Kirkpatrick 439
  • Counting and Calculation on Ponam Island. By Achsah Carrier 465
  • How Lapita Lost its Pots: The Question of Continuity in the Colonisation of Polynesia. By Geoffrey Irwin 481
  • Maori Wardens and the Control of Liquor Among the Maori of New Zealand. By Augie Fleras 495
  • Shorter Communications:
  • Japanese Drift Records and the Sharp Hypothesis. By Fumio Kakubayashi 515
  • Correspondence 525
  • Reviews 531
  • Publications Received 567

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