AUSTRALIA AND OCEANIA ARCHIVE

Abbott I. 1991. Polynesian Uses of Seaweed. In Islands, Plants, and Polynesians: An Introduction to Polynesian Ethnobotany: Proceedings of a Symposium Sponsored the the Institute for Polynesian Studies. P Cox, S Banack, eds. pp. 135-145. [Oceania]

Abbott I. 1992. The Staple Crops, Kalo and 'Uala. In La'au Hawai'i: Traditional Hawaiian Uses of Plants. pp. 23-32. Bishop Museum Press. [foodstuffs; Oceania]

Agyei W. 1984. Breastfeeding and Sexual Abstinence in Papua New Guinea. Journal of Biosocial Science 16:451-461. [infant feeding; Oceania]

Atchison J, Head L, Gates A. 2010. Wheat as Food, Wheat as Industrial Substance; Comparative Geographies of Transformation and Mobility. Geoforum 41(2):236-246. [food use; wheat; industrial food; coeliac disease]

Barlow K. 1984. The Social Context of Infant Feeding in the Murik Lakes of Papua, New Guinea. Ecology of Food and Nutrition 15:61-72. [social relations; infant feeding; Oceania; New Guinea]

Barlow K. 2010. Sharing Food, Sharing Values: Mothering and Empathy in Murik Society. Ethos 38(4):339-353. [reciprocity; social relations; Oceania; Papua New Guinea]

Beadle R. 2005. "What's for Dinner on Thursday?" : The Impacts of Supermarkets in the Torres Strait Islands. School of Anthropology, Geography and Environmental Studies, the University of Melbourne. [foodways, diet; Australia; Torres Strait Islanders]

Becker AE. 1995. Body, Self, and Society : The View from Fiji. University of Pennsylvania Press. [social relations; food sharing; body image; Oceania; Fiji]

Becker AE, Burwell RA, Navara K, et al. 2003. Binge Eating and Binge Eating Disorder in a Small-Scale, Indigenous Society: The View from Fiji. International Journal of Eating Disorders 34(4):423-431. [eating disorder; Oceania; Fiji]

Bindon JR. 1982. Banana, Breadfruit, Beef, and Beer: Modernization of the Samoan Diet. Ecology of Food and Nutrition 12:49-60. [dietary change; Oceania; Samoa]

Bindon JR. 1984. An Evaluation of the Diet of Three Groups of Samoan Adults: Modernization and Dietary Adequacy. Ecology of Food and Nutrition 14:105-115. [dietary change; Oceania; Samoa]

Bindon JR. 1988. Taro or Rice, Plantation or Market; Dietary Choice in American Samoa. Food and Foodways 3:59-78. [food choice; dietary change; Oceania; Samoa]

Bindon JR. 1994. Some Implications of the Diet of Children in American Samoa. Collegium Anthropologicum 18. [change; child nutrition; Oceania; Samoa]

Bliege BR, Bird D. 1997. Delayed Reciprocity and Tolerated Theft. Current Anthropology 38(1):49-78. [food sharing; behavioral ecology; Australia; Torres Straits; Nerian]

Bolton L. 2001. Classifying the Material - Food, Textiles and Status in North Vanuatu. Journal of Material Culture 6(3):251-268. [food and culture; social status; Oceania; Vanuatu; Ambae]

Boyd DJ. 2001. Life without Pigs: Recent Subsistence Changes among the Irakia Awa, Papua New Guinea. Human Ecology 29(3):259-282. [dietary change; Oceania]

Brand-Miller JC. 1998. Australian Aboriginal Plant Foods: A Consideration of Their Nutritional Composition and Health Implications. Nutrition Research Reviews 11:5-23. [prehistoric diet; food use; vegetable foraging; hunter-gatherer; Australia; ]

Burns C. 2004. Effect of Migration on Food Habits of Somali Women Living as Refugees in Australia. Ecology of Food and Nutrition 43(3):213-229. [migration; economic transition; acculturation; diet; overweight; obesity; food habits; Africa; Somalia; Australia]

Cawte J. 1978. Gross Stress in Small Islands: A Study in Macro-Psychiatry. In Extinction and Survival in Human Populations. C Laughlin, I Brady, eds. pp. 95-121. Columbia University Press. [famine; social relations; Oceania; Australian Aborigines]

Collins FL. 2008. Of Kimchi and Coffee: Globalisation, Transnationalism and Familiarity in Culinary Consumption. Social & Cultural Geography 9(2):151-169. [consumption; national identity; familiarity; Oceania; New Zealand; South Korean students]

Connell J, Hamnett M. 1987. Famine or Feast: Sago Production in Bougainville. Journal of the Polynesian Society 87:231-241. [foodstuffs; Oceania]

Conton L. 1985. Social, Economic and Ecological Parameters of Infant Feeding in Usino, Papua New Guinea. Ecology of Food and Nutrition 16:39-54. [nutrition; ecology; infant feeding; Oceania; New Guinea; Usino]

Cook PH, Wyndham AJ. 1953. Patterns of Eating Behavior. Human Relations 6(2):141-160. [social relations; industrial workers; lunchtime; Western culture; Australia]

Crittendon R, Baines J. 1986. Seasonal Factors Influencing Child Malnutrition on the Nembi Plateau. Human Ecology 14:191-223. [malnutrition; seasonal hunger; children; Oceania; New Guinea; Nembi]

Currey B. 1980. Famine in the Pacific: Losing the Chances for Change. Geojournal 4:447-466. [disaster; history; geography; Oceania]

Dennett G, Connell J. 1988. Acculturation and Health in the Highlands of Papua New Guinea: Dissent on Diversity, Diets, and Development. Current Anthropology 29(2):273-299. [food habit change; Oceania]

Dixon J. 2002. The Changing Chicken: Chooks, Cooks and Culinary Culture. University of New South Wales Press. [foodstuffs; history; food system; marketing; culinary culture; change; Australia]

Dornstreich M, Morren GEB. 1974. Does New Guinea Cannibalism Have Nutritional Value? Human Ecology 2:1-12. [cannibalism; nutritional value; Oceania; New Guinea]

Dundon A. 2004. Tea and Tinned Fish: Christianity, Consumption and the Nation in Papua New Guinea. Oceania 75(2):73-88. [culture change; consumption; store foods; national identity; Oceania; PNG; Western Province; Gogodala ]

Dyson LE. 2002. How to Cook a Galah: Celebrating Australia's Culinary Heritage. Lothian Books. [history; food habits; cookery; Australia]

Edwards F, Mercer D. 2007. Gleaning from Gluttony: An Australian Youth Subculture Confronts the Ethics of Waste. Australian Geographer 38(3):279-296. [gleaning; dumpster diving; consumption patterns; social movement; politics; freegans; Australia]

Errington F, Gewertz D. 2008. Pacific Island Gastrologies: Following the Flaps. Journal of the Royal Anthropological Institute 14(3):590-608. [globalization; trade; foodstuffs; sheep bellies; animal fat; consumption patterns; Oceania]

Ferreira MK, Lang L, Chesley G, eds. 2006. Indigenous Peoples and Diabetes : Community Empowerment and Wellness. Carolina Academic Press. [collected essays; malnutrition; disease; diabetes; social conditions]

Ferro-Luzzi G. 1962. Food Patterns and Nutrition in French Polynesia. American Journal of Clinical Nutrition 11:299-311. [food habits; dietary patterns; nutrition; Oceania; Polynesia]

Finkelstein J. 2003. The Taste of Boredom - Mcdonaldization and Australian Food Culture. American Behavioral Scientist 47(2):187-200. [food and culture; attitude toward eating; entertainment; psychology of food]

Firth R. 1959. Social Change in Tikopia. Macmillan. [famine; behavioral effects; social relations; Oceania; Polynesia; Tikopia]

Fitzgerald TM. 1986. Dietary Change among Cook Islanders in New Zealand. In Shared Wealth and Symbol: Food, Culture and Society in Oceania. L Manderson, ed. Cambridge University Press. [change; Oceania; Cook Islands; New Zealand]

Galanis DJ, McGarvey ST, Quested C, et al. 1999. Dietary Intake of Modernizing Samoans: Implications for Risk of Cardiovascular Disease. Journal of the American Dietetic Association 99:184-190. [modernization; dietary change; Oceania; American Samoa; Western Samoa]

Germov JWL, ed. 1996. The Sociology of Food and Nutrition, Australian Perspectives : The Australian Sociological Association Papers Presented at the 1995 Sociology Conference Hosted by the Department of Sociology and Anthropology, the University of Newcastle. Laurijon. [sociology; food; nutrition; collected papers]

Gewertz DB, Errington FK. 2010. Cheap Meat. University of California Press. [food use; lamb; meat; offal; industrial food; ethnicity; commerce; Australia; New Zealand; Oceania]

Gibson J. 2000. Migration and Dietary Change: Highlanders and the Demand for Staples in Urban Png. Aciar Proceedings (99):88-93. [urbanization; Oceania; Papua New Guinea]

Gittelsohn J, Haberle H, Vastine AE, et al. 2003. Macro- and Microlevel Processes Affect Food Choice and Nutritional Status in the Republic of the Marshall Islands. Journal of Nutrition 133:310S-313S. [food system; Westernization; obesity; child nutrition; Oceania]

Gracey M. 2000. Historical, Cultural, Political, and Social Influences on Dietary Patterns and Nutrition in Australian Aboriginal Children. The American Journal of Clinical Nutrition 72(5 (supp)):1361s-. [child nutrition; Australia; Aborigine]

Guansheng M. 1998. Nutrition Knowledge, Attitude, Food Practice and Changes in China. Australian Journal of Nutrition and Dietetics 55(1):S9-. [change; East Asia; China]

Hanna JM, Pelletier DL, Brown VJ. 1986. The Diet and Nutrition of Contemporary Samoans. In The Changing Samoans: Behavior and Health in Transition. PT Baker, JM Hanna, TS Baker, eds. pp.????-???? Oxford University Press. [dietary change; Oceania]

Herda P, Banwell C. 1988. The Meaning and Use of Food among New Zealand Women. Dept. of Anthropology, University of Auckland. [food habits; drinking customs; Oceania; New Zealand]

Isaacs J. 1989. Bush Food:Aboriginal Food and Herbal Medicine. New Holland Publishers. [indigenous knowledge; native resources; hunting and gathering; Australia; Aboriginies]

Ishige N. 1977. Roasting Dog in an Earth Oven (Ponape). In The Anthropologists' Cookbook. J Kuper, ed. pp. 203-205. Universe Books. [food use; cookery; Oceania; Micronesia; Ponape]

Jenkins C, Milton K. 1993. Diet and Survival among the Hagahai of Papua New Guinea. In Tropical Forests, People and Food Man and the Biosphere Series. CM Hladik, ed. Vol. 13, [nutritional status; health; Oceania; Papua New Guinea; Hagahai]

Joseph FG. 1981. Commentary: Influence of Development Factors on Nutritional Patterns in the Solomon Islands. Ecology of Food and Nutrition 10:187-191-. [social development and culture change; Oceania; Solomon Islands]

Kahn M. 1986. Always Hungry, Never Greedy. Waveland. [symbolism; appetite expression; social relations; sharing; Oceania; New Guinea]

Kirch PV, O'Day SJ. 2003. New Archaeological Insights into Food and Status: A Case Study from Pre-Contact Hawaii. World Archaeology 34(3):484-497. [archaeology; prehistory; luxury food; meat; social status; ritual; Oceania; Polynesia; Hawaii]

Lako JV. 2001. Dietary Trend and Diabetes: Its Associations among Fijians from 1952 to 1994. Asian Pacific Journal of Clinical Nutrition 10(3):183-187. [diet and disease; diabetes; Oceania; Fiji]

Leach H. 2008. The Pavlova Story: A Slice of New Zealand's Culinary History. Otago University Press. [history; cookery; Oceania]

Leach HM. 2010. The Pavlova Wars: How a Creationist Model of Recipe Origins Led to an International Dispute. Gastronomica 10(2):24-30. [history; cookery; Australia; Oceania; New Zealand]

Lemonnier P. 1996. Food, Competition, and the Status of Food in New Guinea. In Food and the Status Quest. P Wiessner, W Schiefenhovel, eds. pp. 219-234. Berghahn. [social relations; pig feasts; Oceania]

Lewis ND. 2000. The Pacific Islands. In The Cambridge World History of Food. KF Kiple, KC Ornelas, eds. Vol. 2, pp. 1351-1366. Cambridge University Press. [history; food habits; processing; urbanization and change; nutrition and health; Oceania]

Manderson L. 1986. Food Classification and Restriction in Peninsular Malaysia: Nature, Culture, Hot and Cold? In Shared Wealth and Symbol: Food, Culture and Society in Oceania and Southeast Asia. L Manderson, ed. Cambridge University Press. [food classification; Southeast Asia; Malaysia]

Manderson L. 1986. Shared Wealth and Symbol: Food, Culture, and Society in Oceania. Cambridge University Press. [collected essays; Oceania]

Manderson L. 2010. Shared Wealth and Symbol: Food, Culture, and Society in Oceania and Southeast Asia. Cambridge University Press. [food habits; nutrition; food and culture]

Marshall LB. 1984. Wage Employment and Infant Feeding: A Papua New Guinea Case. Ecology of Food and Nutrition 14:170-190. [economic and social change; infant feeding; Oceanian; Papua New Guinea]

Marshall LB. 1985. Infant Care and Feeding in the South Pacific. Gordon and Breach. [infant feeding practices; Oceania; Fiji; Papua New Guinea; Samoa]

McKnight D. 1973. Sexual Symbolism of Food among the Wik-Mungkan. Man 8:194-210. [symbolism; sex; Oceania; New Guinea]

McMullin JM. 2010. The Healthy Ancestor : Embodied Inequality and the Revitalization of Native Hawaiian Health. Left Coast Press. [diet; nutrition; social relations; Oceania; United States; Hawaii; indigenous people.]

Mead M. 1934. How the Papuan Plans His Dinner. Natural History 34:377-388. [ethnic foodways; Oceania; Papua New Guinea]

Milligan RAK, Burke V, Gracy MP. 1998. Influence of Gender and Socio-Economic Status on Dietary Patterns and Nutrient Intakes in 18-Year-Old Australians. Australian and New Zealand Journal of Public Health 22(4):485-. [dietary patterns; Australia]

Mountford CP. 1960. Anthropology and Nutrition. Melbourne Univ. Press. [food supply; nutrition; ethnology; Australia]

Murton B. 2000. Australia and New Zealand. In The Cambridge World History of Food. KF Kiple, KC Ornelas, eds. Vol. 2, pp. 1339-1350. Cambridge University Press. [history; contemporary food habits; modernization; Oceania; European immigrants; Australians Aborigines; Maori]

Nardi B. 1984. Infant Feeding and Women's Work in Western Samoa: A Hypothesis. Ecology of Food and Nutrition 14:277-228-. [infant feeding; Oceania; Western Samoa]

Obeyesekere G. 2005. Cannibal Talk: The Man-Eating Myth and Human Sacrifice in the South Seas University of California Press. [discourse; meaning; Oceania; Polynesia]

Ohtsuka R, Ulijaszek SJ. 2007. Health Change in the Asia-Pacific Region : Biocultural and Epidemiological Approaches. New York. [nutrition and health; East Asia; Oceania; Southeast Asia]

Page LB. 1987. Diet and Nutrition. In The Solomon Island Project: A Long-Term Study of Health, Human Biology, and Culture Change. JS Friedlander, ed. pp. 65-88-. Oxford University Press. [diet; change; Oceania; Solomon Islands]

Palmer K, Brady M. 1991. Diet and Dust in the Desert an Aboriginal Community, Maralinga Lands, South Australia. Aboriginal Studies Press. [food habits; nutrition and health; Australia; Pitjantjatjara]

Parkinson S. 1961. Influence of Food Patterns on the Nutrition of Pacific Islanders. Proceedings of the 3rd International Congress of Dietetics:16-22. [food habits; nutritional status; Oceania]

Peterson N. 1978. The Traditional Pattern of Subsistence to 1975. In The Nutrition of Aborigines in Relation to the Ecosystem of Central Australia. BS Hetzel, HJ Frith, eds. [food habits; Australia; Aborigines]

Pollock NJ. 1974. Breadfruit or Rice? Dietary Choice on a Micronesian Atoll. Ecology of Food and Nutrition 3:107-115. [food selection; Oceania]

Pollock NJ. 1985. The Concept of Food in Pacific Society: A Fijian Example. Ecology of Food and Nutrition 17:195-203. [food classification; Oceania; Fiji]

Pollock NJ. 1986. Food Classification in Three Pacific Societies: Fiji, Hawaii and Tahiti. Ethnology 25:107-117. [food categories; Oceania]

Pollock NJ. 1992. These Roots Remain: Food Habits in Islands of the Central and Eastern Pacific since Western Contact. Institute for Polynesian Studies. [food categories; change; Oceania; Micronesia; Polynesia]

Pollock NJ. 2007. Nutrition and Anthropology: Cooperation and Convergences - Pacific Examples. Ecology of Food and Nutrition 46(3-4):245-261. [review; nutritional anthropology; theory and method; localization; Oceania]

Powdermaker H. 1932. Feast in New Ireland: The Social Function of Eating. American Anthropologist 34:236-247. [feast; social relations; Oceania; New Ireland]

Price WA. 2008. Nutrition and Physical Degeneration. 8th edition. Price-Pottenger Nutrition Foundation. [nutritional anthropology; nutritional diseases; dental caries]

Protschky S. 2008. The Colonial Table: Food, Culture and Dutch Identity in Colonial Indonesia. Australian Journal of Politics and History 54(3):346-357. [history; ethnic identity; social class; race; Netherlands Indies]

Rappaport R. 1967. Pigs for the Ancestors: Ritual in the Ecology of a New Guinea People. [ecology; food use; pork; ritual; Oceania; New Guinea; Tsembaga Maring]

Rappaport R. 1971. The Flow of Energy in an Agricultural Society. Scientific American 225(3):116-132. [ecology; Oceania; New Guinea; Tsembaga Maring]

Raschke V, Oltersdorf U, Elmadfa I, et al. 2007. Content of a Novel Online Collection of Traditional East African Food Habits (1930s - 1960s): Data Collected by the Max-Planck-Nutrition Research Unit, Bumbuli, Tanzania. Asia Pacific Journal of Clinical Nutrition 16(1):140-150. [food habits; foodways; Africa; Kenya; Tanzania; Uganda]

Ravuvu A. 1991. A Fijian Cultural Perspective on Food. In Food and Nutrition in Fiji. A Janese, S Parkinson, A Robertson, eds. pp. 622-636. [food habits; symbols and meanings; Oceania]

Richardson K. 2003. Vegemite, Soldiers, and Rosy Cheeks. Gastronomica 3(4):60-62. [foodstuffs; social identity; Australia]

Rody N. 1978. Things Go Better with Coconuts -- Program Strategies in Micronesia. Journal of Nutrition Education 10:19-22. [foodstuffs; change; Oceania; Micronesia]

Ross H. 1976. Bush Fallow Farming, Diet and Nutrition: A Melanesian Example of Successful Adaptation. In The Measures of Man: Methodologies in Biological Anthropology. E Giles, J Friedlander, eds. pp. 550-615. [ecology; Oceania; Melanesia; Malaita; Baegu]

Rozin P, Siegal M. 2003. Vegemite as a Marker of National Identity. Gastronomica 3(4):63-67. [social identity; Australia]

Scelza BA. 2012. Food Scarcity, Not Economic Constraint Limits Consumption in a Rural Aboriginal Community. Australian Journal of Rural Health 20(3):108-112. [food supply; distribution; purchase; malnutrition; Australia; Western Desert; Aborigines]

Schiefenhoveal W. 1997. Good Taste and Bad Taste: Preferences and Aversions as Biological Principles. In Food Preferences and Taste. H Macbeth, ed. pp. 55-64. Berghahn. [disgust and aversion; physiology; ethology; ecology; Oceania; Trobriand Islands]

Schiefenhovel W, Bell-Krannhals I. 1996. Of Harvests and Hierarchies: Securing Food and Social Position in the Trobriand Islands. In Food and the Status Quest. P Wiessner, W Schiefenhovel, eds. pp. 235-251. Berghahn. [social relations; food gifts and sharing; Oceania]

Schieffelin E. 1976. The Sorrow of the Lonely and the Burning of the Dancer. [symbolism; social relations; fighting with food; Oceania; New Guinea]

Schmied V, Lupton D. 2001. Blurring the Boundaries: Breastfeeding and Maternal Subjectivity. Sociology of Health and Illness 23:234-250. [infant feeding; social relations; mother-infant bond; Australia]

Schneider DM. 1957. Typhoons on Yap. Human Organization 16(2):10-15. [starvation; disaster response; social relations; Oceania; Micronesia; Yap]

Shack K, Grivetti LE, Dewey K. 1990. Cash Cropping, Subsistence Agriculture and Nutritional Status among Mothers of Children in Lowland Papua New Guinea. Social Science and Medicine 31:61-72. [maternal nutrition; economy; Oceania; Papua New Guinea]

Sjostedt J, Schmaker J, Nathawat SS. 1998. Eating Disorders among Indian and Australian University Students. Journal of Social Psychology 138(3). [disturbed behavior; students; South Asia; India; Australia]

Sorenson ER, Gadjusek DC. 1969. Nutrition in the Kuru Region I Gardening, Food Handling, and Diet of the Fore People. Acta Tropical 26:281-330. [dietary patterns; food processing; nutritional status; Oceania; Papua New Guinea; Fore]

Symons M. 1982. One Continuous Picnic: A History of Eating in Australia. [history; Australia]

Thaman R. 1982. Deterioration of Traditional Food Systems, Increasing Malnutrition and Food Dependency in the Pacific Islands. Journal of Food and Nutrition 39:109-125. [dietary change; malnutrition; Oceania]

Thaman R. 1990. The Evolution of the Fiji Food System. In Food and Nutrition in Fiji. A Janese, S Parkinson, A Robertson, eds. pp. 23-107. [food habit change; Oceania]

Tietjen AM. 1984. Infant Care and Feeding Practices and the Beginnings of Socialization among the Maisin of Papua New Guinea. Ecology of Food and Nutrition 15:39-48. [infant feeding practices; Oceania; Papua New Guinea; Maisin]

Tiggemann M, Verri A, Scaravaggi S. 2005. Body Dissatisfaction, Disordered Eating, Fashion Magazines, and Clothes: A Cross-Cultural Comparison between Australian and Italian Young Women. International Journal of Psychology 40:293. [eating disorder; body image; cross-cultural perspective]

Tuttle CR. 2002. Lessons Learned from Failed Research among the New Zealand Maori. Nutritional Anthropology 25(1):13-19. [nutritional anthropology; Oceania]

Tuzin D. 1972. Yam Symbolism in the Sepik: An Interpretative Account. Southwestern Journal of Anthropology 28:230-254. [symbolism; social relations; sex; Oceania; New Guinea]

Ulijaszek S. 2002. Modernization and the Diet of Adults on Rarotonga, the Cook Islands. Ecology of Food and Nutrition 41(3):203-228(226). [dietary change; Oceania]

Ulijaszek SJ. 2003. Trends in Body Size, Diet and Food Availability in the Cook Islands in the Second Half of the 20th Century. Economics and Human Biology 1:123-137. [weight; obesity; diet; energy expenditure; Oceania; Cook Islands]

Wassmann J. 1993. When Actions Speak Louder Than Words: The Classification of Food among the Yupno of Papua New Guinea. Quarterly Newsletter of the Laboratory of Comparative Human Cognition 15(1):30-40. [food categories; Oceania]

Wenkan NS, Wolff RJ. 1970. A Half Century of Changing Food Habits among Japanese in Hawaii. Journal of the American Dietetic Association 57:29-32. [change; Oceania; United States; Hawaii; Japanese Americans]

Whitehead H. 2000. Food Rules: Hunting, Sharing, and Tabooing Game in Papua New Guinea. University of Michigan Press. [social relations; sharing; gender; taboo; Oceania; Papua New Guinea; Seltaman]

Wilson C. 1986. Social and Nutritional Context of "Ethnic Foods:" Malay Examples. In Shared Wealth and Symbol: Food, Culture and Society in Oceania. L Manderson, ed. Cambridge University Press. [social relations; diet; infant feeding; Southeast Asia; Malaysia]

Wu DYH, Cheung SCH, eds. 2002. The Globalization of Chinese Food. University of Hawai`i Press. [collected essays; modernization; food habits; cooking; East Asia; China.]

Yen DE. 1974. The Sweet Potato and Oceania. Bishop Museum. [food specie; Oceania]

Yen DE. 1975. Indigenous Food Processing in Oceania. In Gastronomy: The Anthropology of Food and Nutrition. ML Arnott, ed. [ethnic foodways; processing; cookery; Oceania]

Young M. 1971. Fighting with Food. [social relations; famine; seasonal hunger; conflict; fighting with food; appetite expression; Oceania; New Guinea; Goodenough Island]

Young M. 1986. The Worst Disease: Cultural Definition of Hunger in Kalauna. In Shared Wealth and Symbol: Food, Culture and Society in Oceania and Southeast Asia. L Manderson, ed. Cambridge University Press. [hunger; meaning; Oceania; Melanesia; Kalaun]

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