Volume 89 1980 > Index to Volume 89, p 565-568
                                                                                             Previous | Next   

- 565 INDEX TO VOLUME 89
  • Admiralty Islands: Historic kapkap, 247-58.
  • Allen, Bryant J. and Andrew W. Wood. Legendary Volcanic Eruptions and the Huli, Papua New Guinea, 341-7, figs.
  • Anderson, Atholl J. Marine Exploitation in Prehistoric Hawai'i: Archaeological Investigations at Kalahuipua'a, Hawaii Island, by P. V. Kirch, 403-4.
  • Annual General Meeting: 1980 Minutes, 425-6.
  • Arlidge, Allan S. Some Thoughts on the History of the Local Government of the Maori People, 229-39, fig.
  • Athens, J. Stephen. Pottery from Nan Madol, Ponape, Eastern Caroline Islands, 95-99, figs.
  • Bedford, Richard, Barrie Macdonald and Doug Munro. Population Estimates for Kiribati and Tuvalu, 1850-1900: Review and Speculation, 199-246, figs.
  • Benton, Richard A. Changes in Language Use in a Rural Community, 1963-1978, 455-78.
  • Black, Stephen J. Extinction and Survival in Human Populations, eds. C. D. Laughlin and I. V. Brady, 271-4.
  • Blust, Robert. Kwaio Dictionary, by R. M. Keesing, 267-71.
  • Britton, Stephen G. Corned Beef and Tapioca: A Report on the Food Distribution Systems of Tonga, by E. Hau'ofa, 399-402.
  • Campbell, I. C. The Diaries and Correspondence of David Cargill, 1832-1843, ed. A. J. Schütz, 122-25; The Historiography of Charles Savage, 143-66, figs.
  • Caroline Islands: Etak and the Ghost Islands, 499-507.
  • Chambers, Keith S. and Doug Munro. The “Mystery” of Gran Cocal: European Discovery and Mis-Discovery in Tuvalu, 167-98, figs.
  • Chatham Islands: Culture History, 67-93.
  • Chowning, Ann. Culture and Biology among the Sengseng of New Britain, 7-31.
  • Clark, Christian. Handbook for the Collection of Fish Names in Pacific Languages, by Gary L. Barnett, 380-2.
  • Clark, Ross. Fijian Language Studies: Borrowing and Pidginization, ed. A. J. Schütz, 125-30: New Hebrides Languages: An Internal Classification, by D. T. Tyron, 275-9.
  • Conton, Leslie. Man and Woman in the New Guinea Highlands, eds. P. Brown and G. Buchbinder, 388-91.
  • Cordy, Ross. Archaeology in Micronesia, 359-65.
  • Counts, Dorothy Ayers. Akro and Gagandewa: A Melanesian Myth, 33-65.
  • Crowe, Peter. Polynesian Dances of Bellona (Mungiki): Recordings by J. Mink and H. Zemp, 555-7.
  • Davidson, Janet. Archaeological Resource Management in Australia and Oceania, eds. J. R. McKinlay and K. L. Jones, 543-5.
  • Dye, T. S. The Linguistic Position of Niuafo'ou, 349-57.
  • Eastern Caroline Islands: Prehistoric pottery (Ponape), 95-9.
  • Feldman, Harry. Informal Kava Drinking in Tonga, 101-3.
  • Fiji: Historiography (Charles Savage), 143-66; adapting humourous tales to modern media, 513-24.
  • Freund, Paul J. Weekend Warriors: Alcohol in Micronesian Culture, by M. Marshall, 407-9.
  • Geraghty, Paul. A Grammar of Lenakel, Lenakel Dictionary, by J. Lynch, 540-3.
  • Gewertz, Deborah. Of Symbolic Anchors and Sago Soup: The Rhetoric of Exchange among the Chambri of Papua New Guinea, 309-28, figs.
  • Gunn, Michael J. Etak and the Ghost Islands of the Carolines, 499-507, figs.
  • Hecht, Julia. Adaptation and Symbolism: Essays on Social Organization, eds. K. A. Watson-Gegeo and S. Lee-Seaton, 130-2.
  • Hyndman, David C. Highland Peoples of New Guinea, by P. Brown, 529-30.
  • Indonesia: Turtle vernacular names, 105-17.
  • Irian Jaya: Turtle vernacular names, 105-17.
- 566
  • Jones, John. National Education Strategy: Papua New Guinea Education Plan Review and Proposals, 410-3.
  • King-Joerger, Pauline. Hawai'i in 1819: A Narrative Account, by L. C. de S. de Freycinet, 397-8.
  • Kirch, P. V. Burial Structures and Societal Ranking in Vava'u, Tonga, 291-308, figs.
  • Kiribati: Population estimates, 199-246.
  • Laracy, Hugh. Our Independent Solomon Islands, by F. J Saemala, 122.
  • Lederman, Rena. Who Speaks Here? Formality and Politics of Gender in Mendi, Highland Papua New Guinea, 479-98.
  • Lichtenberk, Frantisek. New Guinea and Neighbouring Areas: A Sociolinguistic Laboratory, ed. S. A. Wurm, 549-55.
  • Lieban, Richard W. Anuta Concepts of Disease: A Polynesian Study, by R. Feinberg, 395-6.
  • Lincoln, Satoko K. Villagers at War: Some Papua New Guinea Experiences in World War II, by N. K. Robinson, 546-8.
  • Lindstrom, Monty. Melanesian Cargo Cults: New Salvation Movements in the South Pacific, by F. Steinbauer, 413-6.
  • Lundsgaarde, Henry. Taraan Karakin Kiribati/Kiribati: Aspects of History, by M. Baraniki et al, 378-80.
  • Luomala, Katharine. Folk Narrative “Laws” Relating to Dramatis Personae in the Polynesian Māui Cycle, 367-71.
  • Lynch, John. Big Nambas Grammar, by G. J. Fox, 532-4.
  • Macdonald, Barrie. see Bedford, Richard.
  • Maori: History of local government, 329-39; changes in language use in a rural community, 455-78; freestanding image with attached hair, 509-12.
  • Marcus, George. Role Distance in Conversations Between Tongan Nobles and Their “People”, 435-53.
  • McLean, Mervyn. Papua New Guinea: musiques de Manus et de Bougainville: Papua New Guinea Vol. 1: Chimbu Music Kukane Traditions; Papua New Guinea Vol.2: Enga Traditional Music, 133-4; Sacred Flute Music from New Guinea: Madang Vol.1; Windim Mambu: Sacred Flute Music from New Guinea: Madang Vol.2. 279-82.
  • Micronesia: Archaeology, 359-65.
  • Millener, P. R. Birds of a Feather: Osteological and Archaeological Papers from the South Pacific in Honour of R. J. Scarlett, ed. A. Anderson, 373-78.
  • Mitchell II, Donald D. Taim Bilong Mani: The Evolution of Agriculture in a Solomon Islands Society, by J. Connell, 391-5.
  • Moore, C. R. 'Aré 'Aré: un peuple mélanesién et sa musique, by D. de Copper and H. Zemp, 531-2.
  • Munro, Doug. Mission, Church and Sect in Oceania, eds. J. A. Boutilier, D. Hughes and S. W. Tiffany, 119-22.
  • Munro, Doug. see Bedford, Richard.
  • Munro, Doug. see Chambers, Keith.
  • Neich, Roger. Another Free-standing Maori Image with Attached Hair, 509-12, figs.
  • New Britain: Culture and biology (Sengseng), 7-31; Akro and Gagandewa: a Melanesian myth (Kaliai), 33-65.
  • Papua New Guinea: Turtle vernacular names, 105-17; rhetoric of exchange (Chambri), 309-28; legendary volcanic eruptions (Huli), 341-7; formality and the politics of gender (Mendi), 479-98.
  • Polynesia: Māui cycle folk narrative laws, 367-71.
  • Pukapuka: Language borrowings from East Polynesian, 259-65.
  • Ravuvu, Asesela. Adapting Humourous Tales to Modern Media, 513-24.
  • Rew, Alan. Urbanization in Papua New Guinea: A Study of Ambivalent Townsmen, by H. B. Levine and M. W. Levine, 405-6.
  • Rhodin, Anders G. J., Sylvia Spring and Peter C. H. Pritchard. Glossary of Turtle Vernacular Names used in the New Guinea Region, 105-17.
  • Rose, Roger G. A Historic Admiralty Islands Kapkap and Some Ethnological Implications, 247-58.
  • Schneider, David M. Is There Really Double Descent in Pingelap? On Damas 1979 (Vol.88:177-98), 525-28.
  • Schwimmer, Erik G. Day of Shining Red: An Essay on Understanding Ritual, by G. Lewis, 534-40.
- 567
  • Simons, Gary F. New Guinea Area Languages and Language Study, Volume 2: Austronesian Languages, ed. S. A. Wurm, 417-23.
  • Sissons, Jeff. Mihaia: The Prophet Rua and his Community at Maungapohatu, by J. Binney, G. Chaplin and C. Wallace, 385-8.
  • Spring, Sylvia. see Rhodin, Anders.
  • Sutton, Douglas, G. A Culture History of the Chatham Islands, 67-93: Archaeological Research in the Cook Islands, by P. S. Bellwood, 382-5.
  • Tonga: Informal kava drinking, 101-3; burial structures and societal ranking (Vava'u), 291-307; linguistic position of Niuafo'ou, 349-57; role distance, 435-53.
  • Townend, Patricia K. Sago bei den Sawos (Mittelsepik, Papua New Guinea): Untersuchen über die Bedeutung von Sago in Wirtschaft, Sozialordnung und Religion, by M. Schindlbeck, 548-9.
  • Tuvalu: European discovery and identification (Gran Cocal), 167-98; population estimates, 199-246.
  • Wood, Andrew W. see Allen, Bryant.

- 568 Page is blank