Volume 81 1972 > Index to Volume 81, p 523-524
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  • Annual General Meeting, 1971: Minutes, 136-7.
  • Bellwood, Peter. Aboriginal Man and Environment in Australia, by D. J. Mulvaney and J. Golson, 277-8.
  • Brady, Ivan A. Kinship Reciprocity in the Ellice Islands, 290-316.
  • Buang: see New Guinea.
  • Bulmer, R. N. H. and J. I. Menzies. Karam Classification of Marsupials and Rodents—Pt. 1, 472-500.
  • Butterworth, Graham. A Rural Maori Renaissance ? Maori Society and Politics, 1920-51, 160-95.
  • Cassels, Richard. Human Ecology in the Prehistoric Waikato, 196-247, maps, figs., appends.
  • Corne, Chris. Pidginization and Creolization of Languages, by Dell Hymes (ed.), 396-9.
  • Crosby, Eleanor. Material and Technique in Polynesian Cordage, 391-2.
  • Davidson, Janet. Archéologie de'une vallée des Iles Marquises: évolution des Structures de l'habitat à Hane, Ua Huka, by Marimari Kellum-Ottino, 399-400; Pacific Anthropological Records, Nos. 6, 7, 8, 9. Archaeology on the Island of Hawaii, by Richard Pearson (ed.), 400-1; Beyond the Capes, by Ernest S. Dodge, 516-7.
  • Doran, Edwin Jr. Wa, Vinta and Trimaran, 144-59, plates, figs.
  • Duncan, Leith. Fashion of Law in New Guinea, by B. J. Brown (ed.), 125-8; Astronomy and Navigation in Polynesia and Micronesia, by Kjell Akerblom; East Is a Big Bird: Navigation and Logic on Puluwat Atoll, by Thomas Gladwin; 272-4; Tiruray Justice, by Stuart A. Schlegel, 513-4.
  • Easter Island: position in prehistory of Polynesia, 57-69.
  • Ellice Islands: kinship reciprocity, 290-316.
  • Emory, Kenneth P. Easter Island's Position in the Prehistory of Polynesia, 57-69.
  • Fairbrother, Peter. The Zinacantecos of Mexico: A Modern Maya Way of Life, by Evon Z. Vogt, 132-4.
  • Foster, Stephen. Adoption in Eastern Oceania, by Vern Carroll (ed.), 268-70.
  • Freeman, Derek. Social Organisation of Manu'a (1930 and 1969), by Margaret Mead: Some Errata, 70-8.
  • Green, R. C. Revision of the Tongan Sequence, 79-86; Molokai Studies: Preliminary Research in Human Ecology, by Henry T. Lewis (ed.), 276-7.
  • Harfst, Richard H. Cause or Condition: Explanations of the Hawaiian Cultural Revolution, 437-71, fig.
  • Hawaii: two early field systems, 87-9; Hawaiian cultural revolution, 437-71.
  • Hooley, Bruce A. The Buang Naming System, 500-6.
  • Horrocks, Eleanor. The Barabaig: East African Cattle-herders, by George J. Klima, 131-2; Myths and Legends of Torres Strait, by Margaret Lawrie, 403-4.
  • Inia, Elizabeth. Learning to be Rotuman, by Alan Howard, 130-1.
  • Jackson, Graham. Big Men and Cargo Cults, by Glynn Cochrane, 122-5; The Rope of Moka: Big-men and Ceremonial Exchange in Mt. Hagen, New Guinea, by Andrew Strathern, 274-6.
  • Karam: see New Guinea.
  • Laracy, Hugh. Memoires de Marau Taaroa derniere reine de Tahiti, by Pomare Takau (ed.), 510-1.
  • Leach, B. F. Archaeology in Western Samoa, vol. 1, by R. C. Green and Janet Davidson (eds.), 109-19.
  • Lui, Vitolio. Samoan Village Economy, by Brian Lockwood, 270-2.
  • Lynch, John. Passives and Statives in Tongan, 5-18.
  • McLean, Mervyn. Micronesian Heritage, by Mary Browning, 279-82.
  • Maenge: see New Britain.
  • Manu'a: see Samoa.
  • Maories: a rural Maori renaissance ?, 160-95; human ecology in the prehistoric Waikato, 196-247; George Bruce and the Maories, 248-54; missionary medicine and Maori health. 418-36; see also Morioris.
  • Micronesia: organisation of navigational knowledge on Puluwat, 19-56; wa, vinta and trimaran, 144-59; see also Ellice Islands.
  • Morioris: a population distribution map of Chatham Island circa 1790, 350-74.
  • New Britain: Maenge taro and cordyline, 375-90.
  • New Guinea: Karam classification of marsupials and rodents, 472-500; the Buang naming system, 500-6.
  • Newman, T. Stell. Two Early Hawaiian Field Systems on Hawaii Island, 87-9, fig.
  • Oppenheim, R. S. Maori Children and the Teacher, by Department of Education, 134-5; More and More Maoris, by A. C. Walsh, 408-9.
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  • Orchiston, D. Wayne. George Bruce and the Maoris, 1806-8, 248-54.
  • Owens, J. M. R. Missionary Medicine and Maori Health, 418-36, appends.
  • Panoff, Francis. Maenge Taro and Cordyline: Elements of a Melanesian Key, 375-90, figs.
  • Picldington, Ralph. Australian Aboriginal Anthropology, by R. M. Berndt (ed.), 508-10.
  • Pitt, David C. Land Tenure in the Pacific, by R. Crocombe (ed.), 514-5.
  • Polynesia: material and technique in Polynesian cordage, 391-2; on metananalysis in protopolynesian, 500-6; see also Easter Island, Hawaii, Maories, Samoa, Tonga.
  • Puluwat: see Micronesia.
  • Riesenberg, Saul H. The Organisation of Navigational Knowledge on Puluwat, 19-56, map, figs.
  • Richards, Rhys. A Population Distribution Map of the Morioris of Chatham Island circa 1790, 350-74, map, appends.
  • Ritchie, James E. The Children of Kauai: A Longitudinal Study from the Prenatal Period to Age Ten, by Enuny E. Werner, Jessie M. Bierman and Fern E. French, 512-3.
  • St. George, Ross. Would-be Entrepreneurs? A Study of Motivation in New Guinea, by Ruth S. Finney, 405-8.
  • Samoa: social organisation of Manu'a, 70-8.
  • Schumacher, W. W. On Metanalysis in Proto-Polynesian, 507.
  • Silverman, M. G. Loosely Structured Social Systems: Thailand in Comparative Perspective, by Hans-Dieter Evers (ed.), 256-67.
  • Simmons, D. R. Stone Adzes of South-East Asia, by Roger Duff, 401-3.
  • Solomon Islands: history and tradition in the Northern Solomons, 317-49.
  • Sullivan, Agnes. Makaha Valley Historical Project: Interim Report No. 2, by R. C. Green; Studies in Oceanic Culture History, Volume 1, 1970, and Volume 2, 1971, by R. C. Green and M. Kelly (eds.), 517-9.
  • Terrell, John and Geoffrey Irwin. History and Tradition in the Northern Solomons, 317-49, map.
  • Timms, Elizabeth. Socialization: The Approach from Social Anthropology, by Philip Mayer (ed.), 128-30.
  • Timms, Duncan. The Craft of Social Anthropology, by A. L. Epstein (ed.), 120-2.
  • Tonga: passives and statives, 5-18; revision of the Tongan sequence, 79-86.