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  • Cargo Cult as Theatre: Political Performance in the Pacific.
    Billings, Dorothy K. (2002)
    Lanham, Maryland: Lexington.

    Associated Search Terms: Cargo cult
  • Zinacantan cargo waiting lists as a reflection of social, political, and economic changes, 1952 to 1987.
    Cancian, Frank (1990)
    In Lynn Stephen and James Dow (eds.) Class, Politics, and Popular Religion in Mexico and Central America. Washington: Society for Latin American Anthropology, pp. 63-76.

    Associated Search Terms: Change; Tzotzil (a people in Mexico); Cargo cult; Mexico, Chiapas, Zinacantan
  • Religion and Revolution.
    Lewy, Guenter (1974)
    New York: Oxford University Press.

    Associated Search Terms: France; Islam; Sudan; Sri Lanka; Spain; Mexico; India; Germany; Egypt; China; Burma; Brazil; Latin America; Africa; Puritan, Great Britain; Catholic, Mexico; Jewish; Hindu, India; Christian; Revolution; Messian; Cargo cult; Anabaptist
  • Mythos und Sozialstruktur. Studien zur Sozialwissenschaft, Band 7.
    Eickelpasch, Rolf (1973)
    Düsseldorf: Bertelsmann Univrsitätsverlag.

    Examines the approaches of Durkheim, Malinowski, Radcliffe-Brown, & Lévi-Strauss, with added discussions of methodological individualism & the phenomenological alternative. Illustrative study of the Cargo cult movement of the Tangu of New Guinea.

    Associated Search Terms: Methodological individualism; Myth; Radcliffe-Brown, A.R.; Phenomenology; Malinowski, Bronislaw; Papua-New Guinea; Cargo cult; Levi-Strauss, Claude; Durkheim, Émile
  • Die Cargo-bewegung in Südlichen Madang-distrikt von Neuguinea.
    Lawrence, Peter (1969)
    In Rene König (ed.), Aspekte der Entwicklungssoziologie. Kölner Zeitschrift für Soziologie und Sozialpsychologie, Sonderheft 13. Köln and Opladen: Westdeutscher Verlag, pp. 182-218.

    Associated Search Terms: Social movement; Papua-New Guinea; Cargo cult
  • On the Explanation of Cargo Cults.
    Jarvie, I.C. (1966)
    Archives européennes de sociologie 7:2: 299-312.

    Reflections stimulated by peter Lawrence's Road Belong Cargo (Manchester, 1965).

    Associated Search Terms: Cargo cult
  • Economics and prestige in a Maya community: A study of the religious cargo system in Zinacantan, Chiapas, Mexico.
    Cancian, Frank (1965)
    Stanford, California: Stanford University Press.

    Associated Search Terms: Tzotzil (a people in Mexico); Cargo cult; Mexico, Chiapas, Zinacantan
  • Theories of Cargo Cults: A Critical Analysis.
    Jarvie, I.C. (1963)
    Oceania 34: 1-31, 108-136.

    Reviews the literature on cargo cults & parallel phenomena, 1892-1957.

    Associated Search Terms: Cargo cult
  • The Religions of the Oppressed. A Study of Modern Messianic Cults, Translated by Lisa Sergio.
    Lanternari, Vittorio (1963)
    New York: Knopf.

    Associated Search Terms: Native Americans; Messian; Cargo cult; Africanist
  • On the Interpretation of Cargo Cults.
    Stanner, W.E.H. (1958)
    Oceania 29:1: 1-25.

    Stresses the importance of dissociating the cargo cult phenomenon from beliefs. An appeal to gods, an enthusiasm for throwing off restraining institutions, a hatred of alien oppressors, or a revival of the past can be equivalent.

    Associated Search Terms: Cargo cult
  • The Trumpet Shall Sound: A Study of Cargo Cults in Melanesia.
    Worsley, Peter (1957)
    London: MacGibbon & Kee.

    Associated Search Terms: Melanesia; Cargo cult; Millenarian
  • The Theory of "Cargo" Cults: A Note on Tikopia.
    Firth, Raymond (1955)
    Man 55: 130-132.

    While the Tikobia had no cargo cult, Firth witnessed supernaturalist expectations that arose from rumor; he proposes rumor as an important facet in the emergence of cargo cults.

    Associated Search Terms: Cargo cult; Rumor
  • A Cargo Movement in the Eastern Central Highlands of New Guinea.
    Berndt, Ronald M. (1952)
    Oceania 23:1: 40-65; 23:2: 135-158; 23:3: 202-234.

    Based on 1951-52 field work at Mairapa in the Kogu district of New Guinea.

    Associated Search Terms: Cargo cult; Papua-New Guinea
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