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THE JOURNAL OF THE POLYNESIAN SOCIETY
VOLUME 89 1980
AUCKLAND THE POLYNESIAN SOCIETY, (INCORPORATED)
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CONTENTS OF VOLUME 89
    No. 1—MARCH 1980 Edited by Judith Huntsman
  • Notes and News 3
  • Main Articles:
  • Culture and Biology among the Sengseng of New Britain. By Ann Chowning 7
  • Akro and Gagandewa: A Melanesian Myth. By Dorothy Ayers Counts 33
  • A Culture History of the Chatham Islands. By Douglas G. Sutton. 67
  • Shorter Communications:
  • Pottery from Nan Madol, Ponape, Eastern Caroline Islands. By J. Stephen Athens 95
  • Informal Kava Drinking in Tonga. By Harry Feldman 101
  • Glossary of Turtle Vernacular Names used in the New Guinea Region. By Anders C. J. Rhodin, Sylvia Spring and Peter C. H. Pritchard 105
  • Reviews:
  • Books 119
  • Records 133
  • Publications Received 135
    No. 2— JUNE 1980 Edited by Judith Huntsman
  • Notes and News 141
  • Main Articles:
  • The Historigraphy of Charles Savage. By I. C. Campbell 143
  • The “Mystery” of Gran Cocal: European Discovery and Mis-Discovery in Tuvalu. By Keith S. Chambers and Doug Munro. 167
  • Population Estimates for Kiribati and Tuvalu, 1850 - 1900: Review and Speculation. By Richard Bedford, Barrie Macdonald and Doug Munro 199
  • Shorter Communications:
  • A Historic Admiralty Islands Kapkap and some Ethnological Implications. By Roger G. Rose 247
  • East Polynesian Borrowings in Pukapukan. By Ross Clark 259
  • Reviews:
  • Books 267
  • Records 279
  • Publications Received 283
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    No. 3—SEPTEMBER 1980 Edited by Judith Huntsman
  • Notes and News 289
  • Main Articles:
  • Burial Structures and Societal Ranking in Vava'u, Tonga. By P. V. Kirch 291
  • Of Symbolic Anchors and Sago Soup: The Rhetoric of Exchange among the Chambri of Papua New Guinea. By Deborah Gewertz 309
  • Shorter Communications:
  • Some Thoughts on the History of the Local Government of the Maori People. By Allan S. Arlidge 329
  • Legendary Volcanic Eruptions and the Huli, Papua New Guinea. By Bryant J. Allen and Andrew W. Wood 341
  • The Linguistic Position of Niuafo'ou. by T. S. Dye 349
  • Archaeology in Micronesia. By Ross Cordy 359
  • Folk Narrative “Laws” Relating to Dramatis Personae in the Polynesian Māui Cycle. By Katharine Luomala 367
  • Reviews 373
  • Minutes of the Annual General Meeting 1980 425
  • Publications Received 427
    No. 4—DECEMBER 1980 Edited by Judith Huntsman
  • Notes and News 433
  • Main Articles:
  • Role Distance in Conversations Between Tongan Nobles and Their “People”. By George Marcus 435
  • Changes in Language Use in a Rural Community 1963 - 1978. By Richard A. Benton 455
  • Who Speaks Here? Formality and Politics of Gender in Mendi, Highland Papua New Guinea. By Rena Lederman 479
  • Shorter Communications:
  • Etak and the Ghost Islands of the Carolines. By Michael J. Gunn 499
  • Another Free-Standing Maori Image with Attached Hair. By Roger Neich 509
  • Adapting Humourous Tales to Modern Media. By Asesela Ravuvu 513
  • Correspondence 525
  • Reviews:
  • Books 529
  • Records 555
  • Publications Received 559

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