Philippine Ethnography
  • Author : Shiro Saito
  • Release Date : 30 September 2019
  • Publisher : University of Hawaii Press
  • Genre : Reference
  • Pages : 544
  • ISBN 13 : 9780824884123

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Book Description: This volume is a comprehensive listing of reference sources for Philippine ethnology, excluding physical anthropology and de-emphasizing folklore and linguistics. It is published as part of the East-West Bibliographic Series. This listing includes books, journal articles, mimeographed papers, and official publications selected on the basis of the ratings of sixty-two Philippine specialists. Several titles were added to fill the need for material in certain areas.

Philippine Ethnography

Philippine Ethnography

Author : Shiro Saito
Publisher : University of Hawaii Press
Genre : Reference
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This volume is a comprehensive listing of reference sources for Philippine ethnology, excluding physical anthropology and de-emphasizing folklore and linguistics. It is published as part of the East-West Bibliographic Series. This listing includes books, journal articles, mimeographed papers, and official publications selected on the basis of the ratings of sixty-two ...

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