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Cook, Carolyn Diane Turinsky 1995 The Amung Way: the Subsistence Strategies, the Knowledge and the Dilemma of the Tsinga Valley People in Irian Jaya, Indonesia, PhD Dissertation, Southern Illinois University at Carbondale.
    © Carolyn Diane Turinsky Cook 1995. Reproduced with permission.
Use of any part of this thesis for any purpose must be acknowledged.

Title pages: abstract, acknowledgements, table of contents, list of figures (pdf 516k)
Chapter 1: The dilemma and the dream (pdf 1.3Mb)
Chapter 2: The Amung people and their environment (pdf 889k)
Chapter 3: Tsinga valley environment and people (pdf 1.6Mb)
Chapter 4: The forest provides, or does it? (pdf 1.4Mb)
Chapter 5: Pandanus: a Tsinga treasure more precious than gold (pdf 908k)
Chapter 6: Agricultural strategies of the Amung (pdf 2.0Mb)
Chapter 7: Domestic and wild animals in Tsinga (pdf 1.1Mb)
Chapter 8: Traditional medicines of the Amung people (pdf 650k)
Chapter 9: Health, nutrition, food processing and group survival (pdf 1.3Mb)
Chapter 10: Spiritual aspects of life: beliefs, morals and legends... (pdf 765k)
Chapter 11: Changes come to Tsinga valley (pdf 1.2Mb)
Chapter 12: Kanagam: may they blossom and grow (pdf 753k)
Appendices (pdf 495k)
Bibliography (pdf 455k)

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