The Mardu Aborigines: Living the Dream in Australia's Desert (Case Studies in Cultural Anthropology)
Characterized by a simple technology and a complex socioreligious system, the Mardudjara have survived with much of their traditional culture intact. The Mardu culture challenges common assumptions about the relation between technology and progress. This edition describes changes as the Mardu adapt to social, economic, and political realities.
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