The Resource "Men don't talk much any more" : the changing status of women in society and possible implications for Yanyuwa women as keepers, composer and performers of a-nguyulnguyul, Elizabeth Mackinlay

"Men don't talk much any more" : the changing status of women in society and possible implications for Yanyuwa women as keepers, composer and performers of a-nguyulnguyul, Elizabeth Mackinlay

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"Men don't talk much any more" : the changing status of women in society and possible implications for Yanyuwa women as keepers, composer and performers of a-nguyulnguyul
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"Men don't talk much any more"
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the changing status of women in society and possible implications for Yanyuwa women as keepers, composer and performers of a-nguyulnguyul
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Elizabeth Mackinlay
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eng
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Discusses control by women of a-nguyulnguyul song performance and composition in Yanyuwa Community, Borroloola; defines a-nguyulnguyul songs; argues changing gender roles part of extensive cultural shifts since contact with Europeans; discusses research background to difficulties of understanding gender status prior to contact; perceptions of Yanyuwa women of lives of female predecessors; differing effects of contact on Yanyuwa men and women and resultant effects on maintenance of musical creativity and culture; discusses specific reasons for change in men's participation in cultural activities today; concludes Yanyuwa example of view that women often left to maintain cultural continuity
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"Men don't talk much any more" : the changing status of women in society and possible implications for Yanyuwa women as keepers, composer and performers of a-nguyulnguyul, Elizabeth Mackinlay
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"Men don't talk much any more" : the changing status of women in society and possible implications for Yanyuwa women as keepers, composer and performers of a-nguyulnguyul, Elizabeth Mackinlay
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