The Resource Ethnopsychiatry in Central Australia : the status of Aborigine women

Ethnopsychiatry in Central Australia : the status of Aborigine women

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Ethnopsychiatry in Central Australia : the status of Aborigine women
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Ethnopsychiatry in Central Australia : the status of Aborigine women
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Unpublished data collected at Yuendumu; methodology employed for study; possible totemic origins of female relegation; examines ways of lifting female status and indicates the essential part that the trained nurse might play; divisions of labour, comparison of nutrition, womens ceremonies, myth associated with Yowalyu, views on conception and contraception, childbirth; effect of mission life on beliefs
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Cawte, John
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Fleming, Daisy A
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Ethnopsychiatry in Central Australia : the status of Aborigine women
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M0055493
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[32] p.
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  • Open access - reading
  • Partial copying, closed quotation
  • Not for Inter-Library Loan
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0079431
Label
Ethnopsychiatry in Central Australia : the status of Aborigine women
Note
Processed
Control code
M0055493
Extent
[32] p.
Governing access note
  • Open access - reading
  • Partial copying, closed quotation
  • Not for Inter-Library Loan
System control number
0079431

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