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Property, substance and effect : anthropological essays on persons and things / Marilyn Strathern
Bib ID 2698559
Format BookBook
Author
Strathern, Marilyn
 
Description London : Athlone Press, 1999 
xii, 336 p. : ill. ; 23 cm. 
ISBN 0485115344 (alkaline paper)
0485121492 (alkaline paper) (paperback)
Notes

Includes bibliographical references and index.

Subjects Ethnology -- Papua New Guinea.  |  Human body -- Social aspects -- Cross-cultural studies.  |  Property -- Cross-cultural studies.  |  Papua New Guinea -- Social life and customs.  |  United States -- Social life and customs.  |  Europe -- Social life and customs.

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