Volume 90 1981 > Index to Volume 90, p 569-572
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  • Baddeley, Josephine. Cook Island Custom, by W. W. Gill, 404-5; E Au Tua Ta'ito Nō Te Kūki ‘Airani, ed. T. Simiona, 559-60.
  • Baumber, Nigel L. More Tales From Ulithi Atoll: a Content Analysis, by W. A. Lessa, 288-90.
  • Bayliss-Smith, Tim. Subsistence on Bellona Island, by S. Christiansen, 401-4.
  • Bedggood, David. Race, Class and Rebellion in the South Pacific, by A. Mamak and A. Ali, 130-2.
  • Bott, Elizabeth. Power and Rank in the Kingdom of Tonga, 7-81, figs.
  • Brown, Cecil H. Growth and Development of Folk Zoological Life-forms in Polynesian Languages, 83-110, figs.
  • Carrier, Achsah. Counting and Calculation on Ponam Island, 465-79, figs.
  • Cordy, Ross. The Reconstruction of Social Ranking: a Response to Kirch, 525-9.
  • Charlot, John. The Kahuna Sorcerers of Hawaii, Past and Present, by J. S. Rodman; An Account of the Creation of the World According to Hawaiian Tradition, by Lili'uokalani, 296-9.
  • Clark, Ross. Snakes, snails and “Life-forms”, 267-9.
  • Connelly-Kirch, Deborah. Our Custom Way Vanikoro: the Custom Book, by B. Tua, 299-300.
  • Crocombe, R. G. A Thousand Graduates: Conflict in University Development in Papua New Guinea, by I. Howie-Willis, 410-15.
  • Crowe, Peter. Vanuatu: Twenti Wan Tingting Long Team Blong Independens, 141-5; After the Ethnomusicological Salvage Operation—What?, 171-82; Perceptions, Past and Present, of a Future for Melanesia, by R. Bedford, 273-4; To Kill a Bird with Two Stones, by J. MacClancy, 290-2; The Visual Arts. Plastic and Graphic, ed. J. M. Cordwell, 552-5.
  • Damas, David. The Keinek of Pingelap and Patrilineal Descent, 117-22.
  • Davidson, Janet. Archaeological Investigations in Western Samoa, by J. D. Jennings and R. N. Holmer, 543-5.
  • Dickie, Elizabeth Reed. A Note on the Naming of Malo Island, Vanuatu: a History of Omission and Coincidence, 111-15.
  • Duranti, Alessandro. Speech Making and the Organisation of Discourse in a Samoan Fono, 357-400, figs.
  • Ellis, Catherine J. Songs of the Pintubi: Musical Life in a Central Australian Society, by R. M. Moyle, 417-21.
  • Fiji: Early horticulture, 259-66.
  • Fleras, Augie. Maori Wardens and the Control of Liquor Among the Maori of New Zealand, 495-513.
  • Fratto, Toni Flores. Exploring the Visual Art of Oceania: Australia, Melanesia, Micronesia and Polynesia, ed. S. M. Mead, 132-6.
  • Gilbert Islands: Tioba and the Tabiteuean Religious Wars, 307-36.
  • Grace, George W. Second International Conference on Austronesian Linguistics: Proceedings, eds. S. A. Wurm and L. Carrington, 426-30.
  • Hayes, Geoffrey R. The Cook Islands 1820-1950, by R. Gilson, 534-7.
  • Heider, Karl G. Canoes of Walomo, by H. Frankel; Displays of Power, Art and War Among Marings of New Guinea, by C. Lowman; MaiMasken der latmul, Papua New Guinea. Stil, Schnitzvorgang und Funktion, by B. HauserSchäublin, 278-81.
  • Hogan, W. P. Education, Employment and Migration in Papua New Guinea, by J. D. Conroy, 276-8.
  • Hunt, Terry L. Ring-Ditch Fortifications in the Rewa Delta, Fiji: Air Photo Interpretation and Analysis, by J. T. Parry, 139-41; New Evidence for Early Horticulture in Fiji, 259-66.
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  • Huntsman, Judith. Future Directions in the Study of the Arts of Oceania: a Brief Introduction, 155; Butterfly Collecting in a Swamp: Suggestions for Studying Oral Narratives as Creative Art, 209-18.
  • Ioane, Sefulu, I. Talking Past Each Other: Problems of Cross Cultural Communication, by J. Metge and P. Kinlock, 416-7.
  • Irwin, Geoffrey. How Lapita Lost its Pots: The Question of Continuity in the Colonisation of Polynesia, 481-94.
  • Japan: Japanese drift records, 515-24.
  • Kakubayashi, Fumio. Japanese Drift Records and the Sharp Hypothesis, 515-24.
  • Kernot, B. An Artist in His Time, 157-69, figs.
  • Kirch, Patrick V. Mākaha Before 1880 A.D., by R. C. Green, 282-4.
  • Kirkpatrick, John. Appeals for “Unity” in Marquesan Local Politics, 439-64.
  • Kirtley, Bacil F. Hawaiian Legends in English—an Annotated Bibliography, by A. P. Leib and A. G. Day, 286-7.
  • Kiste, Robert C. Anthropology in Use: A Bibliographic Chronology of the Development of Applied Anthropology, ed. J. Van Willigen, 564-6.
  • Kooijman, Simon. Patterns of Paradise: The Styles and Significance of Bark Cloth Around the World, by A. Leonard and J. Terrell, 126-9.
  • Levy, Robert I. Fantasy and Symbol, Studies in Anthropological Interpretation, ed. R. H. Hook, 537-42.
  • Lichtenberk, Frantisek. Nakanai of New Britain: The Grammar of an Oceanic Language, by R. L. Johnston, 545-9.
  • Lincoln, Peter C. Growth and Structure of the Lexicon of New Guinea Pidgin, by P. Mühlhäusler,, 293-5.
  • Maori: Control of Liquor and Maori Wardens, 495-513.
  • Marquesas: “Unity” in local politics, 439-64.
  • Maude, H. C. and H. E. Tioba and the Tabiteuean Religious Wars, 307-36, figs.
  • Mayer, Adrian C. Plantation to Politics: Studies on Fiji Indians; Girmit: The Indenture Experience in Fiji, by A. Ahmed, 531-3.
  • McFadgen, B. G. Prehistoric Man in Palliser Bay, eds. B. F. Leach and H. Leach, 555-9.
  • Mead, S. M. Postscript: of Butterflies, Umbrellas, Swamps and such, 219-23.
  • Morrell, W. P. Viceroy of the Pacific, The Majesty of Colour: A Life of Sir John Bates Thurston. Vol.II, by D. Scarr, 425-6.
  • Naidu, Vijay. The Fiji Indians: Challenge to European Dominance, by K. L. Gillion, 405-8.
  • Oceania: Future directions in the study of the Arts, 155-223.
  • Oram, Nigel. The Voyage of Torres. The Discovery of the Southern Coastline of New Guinea and Torres Strait by Captain Luis Baez de Torres in 1606, by B. Hilder, 284-6.
  • O'Regan, Stephen. Maori Origins and Migrations, by M. P. K. Sorrenson, 560-3.
  • Pacific Islands: Linguistics and settlement, 225-58.
  • Papua New Guinea: Obsidian sources in West New Britain (Talasea), 337-56; counting and calculation (Ponam Island), 465-79.
  • Polynesia: Folk zoological life-forms, 83-110; colonisation and the question of continuity, 481-94.
  • Rutz, Henry J. Customs of Respect: the Traditional Basis of Fijian Communal Politics, by J. Nation, 136-8.
  • Samoa: Speechmaking in a fono, 357-400.
  • Schrempp, Gregory. Studies in Symbolism and Cultural Communication, ed. F. A. Hanson, 550-1.
  • Schwimmer, Eric. Tanebar-Evav: Une Société des Maisons Tournée Vers le Large, by C. Barraud, 271-3.
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  • Shennan, Jennifer. Approaches to the Study of Dance in Oceania: Is the Dancer Carrying an Umbrella or not?, 193-208, figs.
  • Specht, Jim. Obsidian Sources at Talasea, West New Britain, Papua New Guinea, 337-56, figs.
  • Taylor, C. N. Agricultural Project Design and Evaluation in an Island Community, by A. Bollard, 123-6.
  • Terrell, John. Linguistics and the Peopling of the Pacific, 225-58, figs.
  • Thomas, Allan. The Study of Acculturated Music in Oceania: “Cheap and Tawdry Borrowed Tunes”?, 183-91.
  • Tonga: Power and rank, 7-81.
  • Townsend, Patricia K. Frauen in Kararau: Zur Rolle der Frau bei den Iatmul am Mittelsepik, Papua New Guinea, by B. Hauser-Schäublin, 409-10.
  • Trlin, Andrew D. The Maori Population of New Zealand 1769-1971, by I. D. Pool, 421-4.
  • Vanuatu: The naming of Malo Island, 111-15.
  • Yoon, Hong-Key. Ethnographic Atlas of Ifugao, by H. C. Conklin, 274-6.

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