2 edition of Religion and social organization in central Polynesia found in the catalog.
Religion and social organization in central Polynesia
Robert Wood Williamson
Bibliography: p. [xvii]-[xxxi]
|Statement||by Robert W. Williamson ... Edited by Ralph Piddington ... with a preface by Raymond Firth ...|
|Contributions||Piddington, Ralph, ed.|
|LC Classifications||BL2600 .W52|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xxix p., 1 l., 340 p.|
|Number of Pages||340|
|LC Control Number||38010069|
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Get this from a library. Religion and social organization in Central Polynesia. [Robert Wood Williamson; Ralph Piddington] -- Robert Wood Williamson () was a British solicitor and anthropologist who worked extensively in New Guinea and Polynesia.
Originally published inthis book was produced in. Originally published inthis book was produced in edited form following an investigation of posthumous manuscripts arranged by Williamson's executors in The text presents a detailed account of religious and mythical structures in Central Polynesia and their relationship with the social organization of indigenous by: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Williamson, Robert Wood, Religion and social organization in central Polynesia.
New York: AMS Press, Originally published inthis book was produced in edited form following an investigation of posthumous manuscripts arranged by Williamson's executors in The text presents a detailed account of religious and mythical structures in Central Polynesia and their relationship with the social organization of indigenous cultures.
Get this from a library. Religion and social organization in central Polynesia. [Robert Wood Williamson; Ralph Piddington] -- Robert Wood Williamson () was a British solicitor and anthropologist who worked extensively in New Guinea and Polynesia. Religiolz and Social Organization in Central Polynesia.
ROBERT W. WILLIAMSON, edited by Ralph Piddington, with a preface by Raymond Firth. (xxix, pp., $ Cambridge and New York: Cambridge University Press, Macmillan, ) This treatise is in two parts which are in Author: E.
Burrows. Advanced Search. Browse. Originally published inthis book was produced in edited form following an investigation of posthumous manuscripts arranged by Williamson's executors in The text presents a detailed account of religious and mythical structures in Central Polynesia and their relationship with the social organization of indigenous cultures.
Religion and Social Organization in central Polynesia, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, Ed. by Ralph Piddington, with an introduction by Raymond Firth. Essays in Polynesian Ethnology, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, Melanesian culture, the beliefs and practices of the indigenous peoples of the ethnogeographic group of Pacific Islands known as Melanesia.
From northwest to southeast, the islands form an arc that begins with New Guinea (the western half of which is called Papua and is part of Indonesia, and the eastern half of which comprises the independent country of Papua New Guinea) and continues through.
Robert Wood Williamson () was a British solicitor and anthropologist who worked extensively in New Guinea and Polynesia. Originally published inthis book forms one of two volumes by Williamson on the religious, mythical and cosmic structures of Central by: Polynesian culture, the beliefs and practices of the indigenous peoples of the ethnogeographic group of Pacific Islands known as Polynesia, which encompasses a huge triangular area of the east-central Pacific Ocean.
In the early s, about 70 percent of the total population of Polynesia resided in Hawaii. An example of how religion affected the organization of the social pyramid was the rising of priests on the pyramid.
This was due to the influence of religion among the general population, and the. The right to self-determination (the right to make their own decisions) is important for many Polynesian peoples. Increased nuclear testing in French Polynesia is a central concern for the region and the world.
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The first is the ecclesia, a large, bureaucratic religious organization that is a formal part of the state and has most or all of a state’s citizens as its members. Originally published inthis book forms one of two volumes by Williamson on the religious, mythical and cosmic structures of Central Polynesia.
The work was unfinished at the time of Williamson's death, but it was considered near enough completion to be published posthumously in its final form.
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Williamson, Robert W. The social and political systems of central Polynesia. 3 vols. Cambridge, Cambridge University Press. Williamson, Robert W. Religion and social organization in central Polynesia. Cambridge, Cambridge University Press.
Yanaihara, T. Pacific islands under Japanese mandate. New York, Oxford Press. Robert Wood Williamson () was a British solicitor and anthropologist who worked extensively in New Guinea and Polynesia.
Originally published inthis book forms part of a three-volume study by Williamson on the socio-political systems of Polynesian islands near the equator. The study was written with the intention of consolidating the observations made in the extensive and. Understanding the Organization – BMAL CG • Section 8WK • 11/08/ to 04/16/ • Modified 01/29/ Course Description This.
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In sum, the physical, social, cultural, and historical variety of Polynesia is enormous, and a survey article runs the risk of improper generalization.
The reader should be constantly aware of this problem, even though I will confine myself as much as possible to ideas and practices that can be found in.
Polynesia was a large group of islands spread across the Southern and Central Pacific Ocean. Each island had its own individual character, and the beliefs and religion on each were distinct. Although the islands shared the same primary beliefs, the details as to how religion was practiced varied among them.
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This chapter explores the long-term processes whereby settlers moving into Central Eastern Polynesia (CEP) adapted to new island environments and social landscapes.
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