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Elota's Story: The Life and Times of a Soloman Islands Big Man (Case studies in cultural anthropology) by Roger M. Kessing (1983-03-01)

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  • By Jeffrey Kelley on April 20, 2005

    Roger M. Keesing's ethnography of the Kwaio people leaves a bit to be desired. Though he goes into considerable detail about the Kwaio way of life, he repeats himself an incredible amount. Keesing literally says the same thing on both sides of the page. Other than that, the ethnography is not bad; all aspects of the society are duly explored. The presentation is a bit problematic in that he uses single-letter initials to describe people. Hearing that A, C, K, and G went to H's house just doesn't describe much to me. Apart from this, the work is good.


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