Title: Orang Asli: The Aboriginal Tribes of ...
Publisher: Oxford University Press
Publication Date: 1976
Book Condition: Good
Dust Jacket Condition: Good
376 pp., illustrations, bibliography, index. ex-library, label on dust jacket spine, dust jacket in protective sleeve taped & glued to inside covers, stamps on outside edges, label & card pocket on 1st blank page, text unmarked, good binding. Considerable information on the Orang Asli -- the aboriginal peoples of Peninsular Malaysia -- has previously been published, mainly in the form of monographs dealing with one particular group, but this is the first descriptive account to be published on the Orang Asli as a whole. This book does not attempt to give an exhaustive analysis of the characteristics of each particular tribe but rather to provide a broad ethnological and sociological survey of the major groups in a way that will not only provide useful data for the student but also arouse the interest of the general reader. 0.0. Bookseller Inventory # 0195802705AMA082714
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