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Anthropological quarterly, ISSN 0003-5491, 4/2008, Volume 81, Issue 2, pp. 455 - 472
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Medical journal of Australia, ISSN 0025-729X, 02/2008, Volume 188, Issue 3, pp. 148 - 152
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Journal of world prehistory, ISSN 0892-7537, 3/2013, Volume 26, Issue 1, pp. 25 - 73
.... The resultant findings are discussed in terms of continuities and discontinuities with Papua New Guinea and Island Southeast Asia. 
Excavations | Highlands | Pottery | Caves | Material culture | Bones | Bronzes | Art pottery | Stone | Rock art | Archaeology | Melanesia | Social Sciences, general | Anthropology | Island Southeast Asia | Western New Guinea (West Papua, Irian Jaya) | Social Sciences | Life Sciences & Biomedicine | Science & Technology
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Ethnohistory, ISSN 0014-1801, 10/1998, Volume 45, Issue 4, pp. 621 - 655
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2012, Volume 7, 7
...Melpa PRONUNCIATION: MEL-pah ALTERNATE NAMES: Medlpa; Hageners LOCATION: Papua New Guinea POPULATION: 130,000 LANGUAGE: Melpa; Tok Pisin RELIGION: Christianity... 
Holidays | Rites of passage | Social problems | Family life | Employment | Western clothing | Interpersonal relations | Medlpa (Papua New Guinea people) | Christianity | Papuan languages | Pacific Island culture
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Annual review of anthropology, ISSN 0084-6570, 1/2004, Volume 33, Issue 1, pp. 475 - 498
The discourse of cannibalism, which began in the encounter between Europe and the Americas, became a defining feature of the colonial experience in the New World, especially in the Pacific... 
Animal cannibalism | Desire | Human cannibalism | Humans | Colonialism | Cultural anthropology | Polynesian studies | Primitivism | Anthropology | Exoticism | Anthropological theory | Savage/civilized opposition | The modern Western and postmodern self | Life Sciences & Biomedicine | Science & Technology | Evaluation | Cannibalism | Cultural universals | Cultural identity | Self concept
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Journal of geographical sciences, ISSN 1009-637X, 2015, Volume 25, Issue 5, pp. 617 - 636
.... In this paper, we selected western Jilin province in China as the study area to provide a case study for understanding the relationship between spatial-temporal pattern of the land use change... 
人口密度 | 吉林省西部 | 逻辑回归模型 | 发展中国家 | 耕地面积 | 人口动态 | 土地利用变化 | 土地利用程度 | western Jilin | population density change | land use change | Geography, Physical | Physical Sciences | Physical Geography | Science & Technology | Case studies | Developing countries | Analysis | Land use
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