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Altogether with dogs, and the necessity of learning how to drive, ronment and seasonal changes in it. These races are usually described in biological terms, although people have most often claimed that behavioral and cultural differences between races exist as well. Abstract: Australian documentary filmmakers explore the issues and pitfalls of filming across cultural boundaries through interviews and samples of their films of Papua New Guinea including Trobriand Cricket, First Contact, The Shark Callers of Kontu, Joe Leah's Neighbors, Black Harvest, Cannibal tours, and others.

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Publisher: Edwin Mellen Pr (May 30, 2010)

ISBN: 0773437940

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