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This in-depth study focuses on the Bosmun of Daiden, a Ramu River people in an under-represented area in the ethnography of Papua New Guinea and uncovers the intangible union of local notions of relatedness, foodways, and empathy.
What makes this book stand out?
The book presents a different case to the debates surrounding relatedness and empathy.
Read it for
The discussion of their values which have been passed down through myths, thereby showing a new perspective to the conventional anthropological themes of food production, sharing, and exchange.
Don't read it for
Dense with information, it might take readers some time to comprehend this book.