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Unformatted text preview: giving encourages a better attitude towards one another. These good intentions allow the economies of one another to mold together. Surprisingly, there is very little of western society that affects the Moka. Australian dollars are displayed at the Moka, but this is unimportant to individuals like Ongka. A car may be used to transport a person, but Ongka would rather walk with his pigs 3 miles after concluding a Moka. One thing that Ongka did advertise was western society clothing; however, when they were attending a Moka they would dress in their tribal customs. The few occurrences of a western influence would occur on times other than the Moka. A Moka is meant to be a traditional ceremony by the Kawelka and neighboring tribes and encouraged little western influence....
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This note was uploaded on 03/20/2011 for the course ANTH 1101 taught by Professor Hruby during the Fall '10 term at Georgia State.
- Fall '10