The Place and the People
Given the significance of the Trobriand Islands in the history of anthropology, this chapter begins by recognizing the anthropological legacy of the islands. Geographical, demographic and socio-historical summaries provide a general context. The fieldwork experience of the author is described, as are the research methods and methodologies employed.
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