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Title   Akono'anga Maori : Cook Islands Culture 

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Author   CROCOMBE Ron / CROCOMBE Marjorie Tua'inekore  ISBN   9789820203488  Add to shopping cart   
Publisher   Institute of Pacific Studies  Group   New Zealand View shopping cart
Binding   Paperback Category   Pacific  Terms and conditions
Edition   1 Type   Go back
Publication Year   2003 
Subject   Cook Islands Culture 
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Synopsis Culture has many faces. People are most aware of the creative arts - dance, song, chant, drama, carving, painting, weaving, tattoo, oral tradition and written literature, sports and games, as well as other forms of expression such as the symbols of national identity. Other equally important and more basic aspects od culture are also touched on here, including language, religion, rites of passage, personality and cultural aspects of food.

Many new aspects of Cook Island culture are revealed such as elements of the changing political culture, the impact of corporate culture, the cultural impact of inter-cultural marriage, the patterns of violence in the culture, the new wave of over 300 voluntary organisations which supplement the services formerly supplied by families, cland and tribes, and then also by government and commerce.

This book views key elements of Cook Islands culture from within as it is, as it was, and as it may become.

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