Sorcery, Witchcraft and Development in Papua New Guinea, Gabriel Kuman. C41.1, 2011.

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Editorial: The second article by Gabriel Kuman continues with the issue of sorcery in Papua New Guinea. In PNG the issue of 'development' conjures up many ideas of what the government is doing or not doing, for the country in order to improve the lives of its people, but development, as Kuman discusses, has happened so suddenly that it leaves indigenous people with a lack of time to adjust to this changes. Kuman argues that it is the rapid movement of development that affects how people perceive certain things when it comes to traditional sorcery beliefs, and in turn, it is these beliefs that hinders the progress of development.
 
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Filename: MI_Catalyst_41.1_a_#2.pdf
Filesize: 417kb
Product Code C41_1_a_2
Manufacturer Melanesian Institute
Condition New

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