Life Before Genesis, a Conclusion: An Understanding of the Significance of Australian Aboriginal Culture
P. Lang, 1985 - 181페이지
Comparative and speculative analysis of social organisation and myth in Australia (particularly Warnindilyaugwa, Groote Eylandt) and North America, focussing on group formation and identification through processes of, incorporation, confederation, interdependence and alliance.
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