The Resource The Meaning of subincision of the urethra to Aboriginal Australians

The Meaning of subincision of the urethra to Aboriginal Australians

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The Meaning of subincision of the urethra to Aboriginal Australians
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The Meaning of subincision of the urethra to Aboriginal Australians
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Unpublished material collected at Yuendumu among Walbiri people; Responses of informants on custom, hygiene, initiation, blood-drawing, sexual, urinary, contraceptive, simulation of women; Significance of myth; Five myths given relating to origin, repeated reference to the kangaroo ancestor; Tape recordings made of interviews (A.I.A.S.)
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Cawte, John
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  • Djagamara, N
  • Barrett, M. J
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The Meaning of subincision of the urethra to Aboriginal Australians
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typescript; Restricted use
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M0015806
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22p.
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Open access - reading. Partial copying, closed quotation. Not for Inter-Library Loan
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0064911
Label
The Meaning of subincision of the urethra to Aboriginal Australians
Publication
Note
typescript; Restricted use
Control code
M0015806
Extent
22p.
Governing access note
Open access - reading. Partial copying, closed quotation. Not for Inter-Library Loan
System control number
0064911

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