Volume 85 1976 > Index to Volume 85, p 589-590
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- 589 INDEX TO VOLUME 85
  • Anderson, A. Grant. The Solomons Community in Fiji, by A. Kuva, and Indian Indentured Workers in Fiji, by S. Phasad, 581-3.
  • Annual General Meeting, 1975: Minutes, 139-40.
  • Anuta: Archaeology and oral history, 99-101.
  • Arno, Andrew R. Joking, Avoidance, and Authority: Verbal Performance as an Object of Exchange in Fiji, 71-85.
  • Baddeley, Josephine. Polynesian Peasants and Proletarians, by B. R. Finney, 572-6.
  • Ballara, Angela. The Role of Warfare in Maori Society in the Early Contact Period, 487-506.
  • Baré, J-F. and John T. Kirkpatrick. Mind and Experience in the Tahitian Islands, 549-50.
  • Bellona: Incest concept, 243-55.
  • Bellwood, Peter. Early Chinese Art and its Possible Influences in the Pacific Basin, ed. N. Barnard, 397-9.
  • Berde, Stuart. Political Education in the Rural Sector: A Comparison of Two Papua New Guinea Island Communities, 87-98, map.
  • Binney, Judith. Ask That Mountain, by D. Scott, 131-4.
  • Black, Stephen. Prehistoric Carrying Capacity: A Model, by E. B. W. Zubrow, 431-3.
  • Blust, Robert. A Third Palatal Reflex in Polynesian Languages, 339-58.
  • Blyth, C. A. The National Income of Western Samoa, by I. J. Fairbairn, 570-2.
  • Bulmer, Ralph. Birds of French Polynesia, by P. L. Bruner, and Avifauna of the Eastern Highlands of New Guinea, by J. M. Diamond, 119-22.
  • Burridge, K. O. L. The Pacific in Tranition, ed. Harold Brookfield, 116-8.
  • Challis, Aidan J. Metasomatised Argillite Artefacts from Pah Point, Riwaka, New Zealand, 463-86, figs.
  • Cook Islands: Demographic Changes, 447-61.
  • Easter Island: Archaeology, 327-38; stone basins, 381-2.
  • Ernst, T. M. Kinship Studies in Papua New Guinea, ed. R. D. Shaw, 135-6.
  • Feinberg, Richard. Archaeology, Oral History, and Sequence of Occupation on Anuta Island, 99-101.
  • Fiji: Social organisation on Moce, Southern Lau, 71-85; language, 507-20.
  • Firth, Raymond. Ancient Tahitian Society, by D. L. Oliver, 553-65.
  • Fischer, J. L., Roger Ward and Martha Ward. Ponapean Conceptions of Incest, 199-207.
  • Futuna and Uvea: Archaeology, 27-69.
  • Geraghty, Paul. Fijian Prepositions, 507-20.
  • Grace, George W. Studies in Oceanic Culture History, Vol. 3, eds. R. C. Green and M. Kelly, 103-12.
  • Graves, Nancy B. and Theodore D. Graves. Ain't No Big Thing, by A. Howard, 385-95; Demographic Changes in the Cook Islands: Perception and Reality. Or, Where have all the Mapu Gone? 447-61, figs.
  • Heyerdahl, Thor. Das Achte Land, by T. S. Barthel, 399-405.
  • Hezel, Francis X., S. J. Drake's Island of Thieves, by W. A. Lessa, 583-4.
  • Hooper, Antony. ‘Eating Blood’: Tahitian Concepts of Incest, 227-41, figs; see Huntsman.
  • Huntsman, Judith and Antony Hooper. The ‘Desecration’ of Tokelau Kinship, 257-73, figs.
  • Idiens, Dale. A Recently Discovered Figure from Rarotonga, 359-66, plates.
  • Johnson, Olive. Alexander Turnbull: His Life, His Circle, His Collections, by E. H. McCormick, 127-8.
  • King, Michael. Correction, 551.
  • Kirch, Patrick Vinton. Ethnoarchaeological Investigations in Futuna and Uvea (Western Polynesia): A Preliminary Report, 27-69, maps, plates, figs, append.
  • Kiste, Robert C. and Michael A. Rynkiewich. Incest and Exogamy: A Comparative Study of Two Marshallese Populations, 209-26.
  • Knapman, Bruce. Big-Men and Business: Entrepreneurship and Economic Growth in the New Guinea Highlands by B. R. Finney, 411-4.
  • Labby, David. Incest as Cannibalism: The Yapese Analysis, 171-9, fig.
  • Langness, L. L. War and Peace in Jalemo: The Management of Conflict in Highland New Guinea, by K.-F. Koch, 580-1.
  • Laracy, Hugh. Dr Hyde and Mr Stevenson: the Life of the Rev. Dr Charles McEwen Hyde including a discussion of the Open Letter of Robert Louis Stevenson, by H. W. Kent, 126-7; The South Sea Islanders and the Queensland Labour Trade, by W. T. Wawn, 429-30.
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  • Leach, Helen. Prehistory and Ecology in a Windward Hawaiian Valley, Molokai, ed. P. V. Kirch and M. Kelly, 578-80.
  • Lessa, William A. Mapia Atoll, 381.
  • Levine, Hal B. Lae: Village and City, by I. Willis, 137-8.
  • Loving, Richard. Use of Bamboo by the Awa, 521-42, figs.
  • Macpherson, Cluny. Samoan Village, by L. D. Holmes, 576-7.
  • Maori: Language, 9-26; descent groups, 375-80; archaeology, 463-86; warfare in early contact period, 487-506.
  • Mapia: Affiliations, 381.
  • Marshall Islands (U.S.T.T.): Incest and Exogamy, 209-26.
  • Marshall, Mac. Incest and Endogamy on Namoluk Atoll, 181-97.
  • McArthur, Norma, I. W. Saunders and R. L. Tweedie. Small Population Isolates: A Micro-Simulation Study, 307-26, figs.
  • McCoy, Patrick C. A Note on Easter Island Obsidian Cores and Blades, 327-38, figs.
  • McQuarrie, Peter. Nui Sailing Canoes, 543-7, plates, fig.
  • Mead, Sidney M. Comparatively Speaking: Studies in Pacific Material Culture 1921-1972, by H. D. Skinner, 426-9.
  • Micronesia: see Marshall Islands, Mortlocks, Ponape, Yap.
  • Monberg, Torben. Ungrammatical “Love” on Bellona, 243-55, fig.
  • Mortlocks: Incest and endogamy (Namoluk), 181-97.
  • Neich, Roger. Kilenge Life and Art: A Look at a New Guinea People, by P. J. Dark, 124-6.
  • Nógrády, Georges L. Easter Island Stone Basins, 381-2.
  • O'Regan, Stephen. Moko and C. F. Goldie, 550-1.
  • Papua New Guinea: Political education (Louisiade Archipelago), 87-98; counting systems, 382-3; use of bamboo (Awa), 521-42.
  • Polynesia: Language, 339-58; see also Anuta, Bellona, Cook Islands, Easter Island, Futuna and Uvea, Maori, Rarotonga, Samoa, Tahiti, Tokelau, Tongareva.
  • Ponape: Incest concepts, 199-207.
  • Population and Settlement: Micro-simulation study for the Pacific, 307-26.
  • Pospisil, Leopold and Derek de Solla Price. Reckoning and Racism, 382-3.
  • Rarotonga: Carved figures, 359-66.
  • Reid, A. C. Fijian Way of Life, by G. K. Roth, 130-1.
  • Rynkiewich, Michael A. see Kiste.
  • Samoa: Incest prohibitions, 275-96; descent groups, 375-80.
  • Saunder, I. W. (see McArthur).
  • Schneider, David M. The Meaning of Incest, 149-69.
  • Schwimmer, Eric. Fretful Sleepers and Other Essays, by B. Pearson, 128-30.
  • Shore, Bradd. Incest Prohibitions and the Logic of Power in Samoa, 275-96, figs.
  • Simmons, D. R. Fijian Masi, by G. S. Troxler, 585.
  • Sinclair, M. B. W. Is Maori an Ergative Language? 9-26.
  • Tahiti: Concepts of incest, 227-41; mind and experience, 549-50.
  • Tapper, Marion. Right and Left. Essays on Dual Symbolic Classification, ed. R. Needham, 418-23.
  • Tiffany, Sharon W. A Note on Contemporary Samoan and Maori Cognatic Descent groups, 375-80.
  • Tokelau: Kinship ‘desecration’, 257-73.
  • Tongareva: Rituals, 367-73.
  • Tuvalu: Sailing Canoes, 543-7.
  • Tweedie, K. L. (see McArthur).
  • Vini, Nihi. Tongareva Death and Mourning Rituals, 367-73.
  • Wagner, Roy. Ritual and Knowledge among the Baktaman of New Guinea, by F. Barth, 567-9.
  • Walch, David B. Da Kine Talk: From Pidgin to Standard English in Hawaii, by E. B. Carr, 123-4.
  • Walsh, A. C. The Bikinians: A Study in Forced Migration, by R. C. Kiste, 415-8.
  • Ward, Roger and Martha. see Fischer.
  • Webster, Steven S. A Natural History of Associations: A Study in the Meaning of Community, by R. M. Bradfield, 113-6; The Maori as He Was: A Brief Account of Maori Life as it was in Pre-European Days, by E. Best, 405-8.
  • White, J. Peter. Oceanic Prehistory, by R. and M. E. Shutler, 423-5.
  • Yap: Incest as cannibalism, 171-9.
  • Young, John. The Marquesan Journal of Edward Robarts, 1797-1824, ed. G. Dening, 408-11; To the Pacific and Arctic with Beechey: the Journal of Lieutenant George Peard of H.M.S. ‘Blossom’, 1825-1828, by B. M. Gough, 414-5.