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9789715422284 - Manuel: Manuvu Social Organization
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Manuel (?):

Manuvu Social Organization (2006) (?)

ISBN: 9789715422284 (?) or 9715422284, in english, 468 pages, Institute for Polynesian Studies,U.S. Used

PHP 1,280 ( 21.92)¹(without obligation)
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Broché, Label: Institute for Polynesian Studies,U.S. Institute for Polynesian Studies,U.S. Produktgruppe: Book, Publiziert: 2006-06-15, Studio: Institute for Polynesian Studies,U.S.
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Keywords: AIDS, Aging, Class, Communities, Culture, Death, History, Marriage & Family, Men, Occupational, Race Relations, Rural, Social Groups, Social Situations, Social Theory, Suburban, Urban, Women, Livres anglais et étrangers, Nonfiction, Social Sciences, Sociology
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ISBN (alternative notations): 971-542-228-4, 978-971-542-228-4
9789715422284 - Manuel: Manuvu Social Organization
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Manuel (?):

Manuvu Social Organization (2006) (?)

ISBN: 9789715422284 (?) or 9715422284, in english, 468 pages, Institute for Polynesian Studies,U.S. New

PHP 1,860 ( 31.90)¹(without obligation)
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Broché, Label: Institute for Polynesian Studies,U.S. Institute for Polynesian Studies,U.S. Produktgruppe: Book, Publiziert: 2006-06-15, Studio: Institute for Polynesian Studies,U.S.
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Keywords: AIDS, Aging, Class, Communities, Culture, Death, History, Marriage & Family, Men, Occupational, Race Relations, Rural, Social Groups, Social Situations, Social Theory, Suburban, Urban, Women, Livres anglais et étrangers, Nonfiction, Social Sciences, Sociology
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ISBN (alternative notations): 971-542-228-4, 978-971-542-228-4
9789715422284 - Manuel: Manuvus Social Organization
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Manuel (?):

Manuvus Social Organization (2006) (?)

ISBN: 9789715422284 (?) or 9715422284, in english, 468 pages, Institute for Polynesian Studies,U.S. Paperback, New

PHP 1,530 (£ 21.92)¹(without obligation)
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ISBN (alternative notations): 971-542-228-4, 978-971-542-228-4
9789715422284 - Manuel, E. Arsenio: Manuvu' Social Organization
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Manuel, E. Arsenio (?):

Manuvu' Social Organization (?)

ISBN: 9789715422284 (?) or 9715422284, in german, UNIV OF PHILIPPINES PR, Paperback, New

PHP 2,330 ( 39.95)¹(free shipping, without obligation)
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"This study sets out to investigate the social system of a pagan group in central Mindanao which has never attracted attention previously. The intention is to describe the Manuvu' social system as it functions in the ethnographic present and as it has functioned during the recent past (up to and until 1941) in the important aspects of its social (family system and kinship system), economic, ritualistic, legal, and tribal) organizations. These aspects are studied primarily to formulate general statements concerning the nature of Manuvu' society and regularities in its structure and development by following the concept dynamically through time." --from the IntroductionVersandfertig in über 4 Wochen, Softcover
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ISBN (alternative notations): 971-542-228-4, 978-971-542-228-4
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Manuel (?):

Manuvu Social Organization (2006) (?)

ISBN: 9789715422284 (?) or 9715422284, in english, 468 pages, Institute for Polynesian Studies,U.S. Used

PHP 1,530 ( 26.22)¹(without obligation)
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Book by Manuel E Arsenio, Broché, Label: Institute for Polynesian Studies,U.S. Institute for Polynesian Studies,U.S. Produktgruppe: Book, Publiziert: 2006-06-15, Studio: Institute for Polynesian Studies,U.S.
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Keywords: AIDS, Aging, Class, Communities, Culture, Death, History, Marriage & Family, Men, Occupational, Race Relations, Rural, Social Groups, Social Situations, Social Theory, Suburban, Urban, Women, Livres anglais et étrangers, Nonfiction, Social Sciences, Sociology
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ISBN (alternative notations): 971-542-228-4, 978-971-542-228-4
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