2 edition of Deuba, a study of a Fijian village. found in the catalog.
Deuba, a study of a Fijian village.
W. R. Geddes
|Series||Memoirs of the Polynesian Society,, v. 22|
|LC Classifications||DU600 .G4|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||70|
|LC Control Number||52023732|
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Deuba, a study of a Fijian village Unknown Binding – January 1, by W. R Geddes (Author)Author: W. R Geddes. A book I read both for its content and for its place in literary history of Fiji. Originally published in Geddes was an army officer, resident in Deuba, a village close to Suva, where I Reviews: 1.
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[W R Geddes]. DEUBA A Study of a Fijian Village. INTRODUCTORY. IN physical characteristics the Fijians are predominantly Mela nesian. They are, however, of greater average height than the people of the other Melanesian groups, and along with their superior physical development there probably goes a greater mental robustness.
Deuba: A study of a Fijian village, by W. Geddes, p A typical day's page from a sick-book kept for twenty-six men from Deuba district whom we had on special duty comprised three men with wounds from bamboo, one with a boil, one with cracked feet, and one with an old injury to the knee.
Deuba: A Study of Fijian Village, originally published inis a simply told but highly informative account of life in three adjacent rural communities in Deuba district, not far from today's Pacific Harbour complex. As Fijian social scientist Dr. Eci Nabalarua writes in her new introduction for this reprinted.
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This experience was the basis for his Polynesian Society memoir, Deuba: A Study of a Fijian Village (), written during the Bougainville campaign, and his University of London (Ph.D., ) thesis, `An Analysis of Cultural Change in Fiji’, written at the London School of Economics and Political Science.
In he lectured in psychology. Geddes, W.R. Deuba: A Study of a Fijian Village, The Polynesian Society, Wellington. Geraghty, P.A. ‘How a Myth is Born: the Story of the Kaunitoni Story’, Mana – The Archaeology of Lapita dispersal in Oceania, pp. –, Pandanus Books, Canberra.
Parke, A.L. ‘Late Lapita Site on Yacata, Fiji’ in C. Sand. Mayer, Adrian C. Peasants of the Pacific: A Study of Fiji Indian Rural Society, Nayacakalou, R. Leadership in Fiji, Tradition and Change in the Fijian Village, Although some Fijian communities used sago extensively as thatching material during the twentieth century, it is quite likely that its use as such was learned from Solomon islanders in Fiji, as indeed the people of Deuba explicitly told the anthropologist Geddes during his stay at Deuba village, from to The Government of Fiji and the generous support of the Research School of Pacific Studies, Australian National University, made possible a total of eighteen months' fieldwork and archival research in Fiji between andand this book is a revision of a doctoral dissertation accepted by A.N.U.
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Many features of traditional Fijian life survive; they are most evident in the elaborate investiture, marriage, and other ceremonies for high-ranking chiefs. Those ceremonies provide a focus for the practicing of traditional crafts, such as the manufacture of masi, or tapa cloth, made from the bark.
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