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  • Critical Christianity. Translation and Denominational Conflict in Papua New Guinea.
    Handman, Courtney (2014)
    Berkeley: University of California Press

    Associated Search Terms: Conflict; Papua-New Guinea; Schism
  • Religious Diversity in Southeast Asia and the Pacific. National Case Studies.
    Bouma, Gary D., Rod Ling, and Douglas Pratt (2010)
    Dordrecht: Springer.

    Provides reports on the separate nations.

    Associated Search Terms: Nauru; Northern Marianas; New Zealand; Papua-New Guinea; Philippines; Pluralism; Sri Lanka; Thailand; Women; Brunei Darussalam; New Caledonia; Micronesia; Singapore; Palau; Samoa; Solomon Islands; Timor Leste; Tonga (island nation); Tuvalu; Vanuatu; Marshall Islands; Kiribati; Competition; Minority; State; Australia; Ecumenism; Fiji; French Polynesia; Indonesia; Japan; Malaysia
  • Transnational Migrants and Transnational Spirits: An African Religion in Lisbon
    Saraiva, Clara (2008)
    Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies 34:2: 253-269.

    Associated Search Terms: Guinea-Bissau Portuguese; Spiritism; Portugal, Lisbon; Migrant
  • Thinking through the Images: Kastom and the Coming of the Baha'is to Northern New Ireland, Papua New Guinea.
    Ware, Graeme (2005)
    Journal of the Royal Anthropological Institute 11: 659-676.

    Associated Search Terms: Baha´i, Papua-New Guinea; Papua-New Guinea
  • Third Wave Evangelism and the Politics of the Global in Papua New Guinea: Spiritual Warfare and the Recreation of Place in Telefolmin
    Jorgensen, Danny Lynn (2005)
    Oceania 75:4: 444-461.

    Associated Search Terms: Politics, Papua New Guinea; Papua-New Guinea; Evangelical, Papua New Guinea; Global
  • Becoming Sinners: Christianity and Moral Torment in a Papua New Guinea Society.
    Robbins, Joel (2004)
    Berkeley: University of California Press.

    Associated Search Terms: Urapmin; Papua-New Guinea; Christian, Papua New Guinea; Conversion
  • Extending the Metaphor: British Missionaries as Pilgrims in New Guinea.
    Fife, Wayne (2004)
    In Ellen Badone and Sharon R. Roseman (eds.) Intersecting Journeys. The Anthropology of Pilgrimage and Tourism. Urbana: University of Illinois Press, pp. 140-159.

    Associated Search Terms: Papua-New Guinea; Missionary; Pilgrimage
  • Heroes and Helpers, Missionaries and Teachers: Between Mimesis and Appropriation in Pre-Colonial New Guinea.
    Fife, Wayne (2002)
    Peoples and Culture in Oceania 18: 1-22.

    Associated Search Terms: Papua-New Guinea; Historical; Missionary
  • God is nothing but talk: Modernity, language, and prayer in a Papua New Guinea society.
    Robbins, Joel (2001)
    American Anthropologist 103: 901-912.

    Associated Search Terms: Modernity; Papua-New Guinea; Atheist, Papua-New Guinea
  • Creating the Moral Body: Missionaries and the Technology of Power in Early Papua New Guinea.
    Fife, Wayne (2001)
    Ethnology 40: 251-269.

    Associated Search Terms: Papua-New Guinea; Historical; Missionary
  • Quand Dieu souffle. Vent, respiration et notion de personnel chez les Diola-Adiamat (Guinée-Bissau).
    Julliard, André (2000)
    Archives de sciences sociales des religions 111: 7-24.

    Associated Search Terms: Guinea
  • Becoming a Muslim, Becoming a Person: Female "Circumcision," Religious Identity, and Personhood in Guinea-Bissau.
    Johnson, Michelle C. (2000)
    In Bettina Shell-Duncan and Ylva Hernlund (eds.) Female "Circumcision" in Africa: Culture, Controversy, and Change. Boulder, Colorado: Lynne Riener, pp. 215-233.

    Associated Search Terms: Circumcision; Women; Islam, Guinea-Bissau; Guinea-Bissau
  • Becoming sinners: Christianity and desire among the Urapmin of Papua New Guinea.
    Robbins, Joel (1998)
    Ethnology 37: 299-316.

    Associated Search Terms: Urapmin; Papua-New Guinea; Conversion; Christian, Papua New Guinea
  • Catholicism, capitalist incorporation, and resistance in Kragur village.
    Smith, Michael French (1990)
    In John Barker (ed.) Christianity in Oceania: Ethnographic Perspectives. Lanham, Maryland: University Press of America, pp. 149-172.

    Associated Search Terms: Catholic, Papua-New Guinea; Papua-New Guinea, Kairiru Island
  • Les Pèlerinages dans l'Afrique Traditionnelle.
    Rivière, Claude (1989)
    Social Compass 36:2: 245-261.

    Considers fragmentary evidence available for Guinea & Togo.

    Associated Search Terms: Togo; Pilgrimage; Guinea
  • From heathen to atheist on Kairiru Island.
    Smith, Michael French (1988)
    In George R. Saunders (ed.) Culture and Christianity: The Dialectics of Transformation. Westport, Connecticut: Greenwood, pp. 33-46.

    Associated Search Terms: Papua-New Guinea, Kairiru Island; Atheist, Papua-New Guinea
  • 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: Durkheim, Émile; Malinowski, Bronislaw; Radcliffe-Brown, A.R.; Phenomenology; Cargo cult; Levi-Strauss, Claude; Myth; Papua-New Guinea; Methodological individualism
  • 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
  • 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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