Lesson 10 Kaluli - LESSON 10 The Kaluli Reading Assignment...

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LESSON 10 The Kaluli Reading Assignment: Culture Sketches, Chapter 7: “The Kaluli: Story, Song, and Ceremony” Learning Objectives: After completing this lesson, you should gain an understanding of the following: The lifestyle and subsistence strategies of the Kaluli The relationship of Kaluli people to land and nature The gender roles of Kaluli The religion and rituals of the Kaluli Patrilineal kinship Key Terms: patrilineage bride wealth clan longhouse sago swidden horticulture mediums sei (witch) gisaro secondary burial Lecture Notes: The Kaluli people are an interesting exception to the general discussion (Lesson 8) about highland New Guinea peoples, as you will read in the chapter. Unlike most highlanders, they do not use the Big Man system, nor do they seem to have the same attitude towards women. The anthropologists who studied the Kaluli (who wrote the material for this chapter) were particularly interested in the way the Kaluli saw the world and how they
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This note was uploaded on 02/09/2011 for the course AFR DANC 100 taught by Professor Ron during the Spring '07 term at CSU Long Beach.

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Lesson 10 Kaluli - LESSON 10 The Kaluli Reading Assignment...

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