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by Gene Ammarell

Author: Gene Ammarell
Subcategory: Social Sciences
Language: English
Publisher: Yale Univ Southeast Asia Studies; Pap/Map edition (September 1, 1999)
Pages: 299 pages
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Your name Please enter your name. New Haven: Yale University Southeast Asian Studies (Monograph 48), 1999. Pp. xiv, 299. Maps, Tables, Illustrations, Notes, Bibliography, Index.

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Bugis Navigation (Yale Southeast Asia Studies Monograph Series, No 48. Wonderfully detailed ethnographic study of local navigation as practiced by the people of a tiny island village in the Flores Sea.

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Gene Ammarell, Ohio University, Sociology and Anthropology Department, Faculty Member moreRetired Associate Professor of Anthropology, Ohio University

Gene Ammarell, Ohio University, Sociology and Anthropology Department, Faculty Member. Studies Sociology and Anthropology, NGOs (Anthropology), and Ghana. Retired Associate Professor of Anthropology, Ohio University. Cultural area: Maritime Southeast Asia and the Pacific, Indonesia, South Sulawesi, Bugis.

An ethnographic study of the indigenous navigational practices of a group of Bugis seafarers in an island village located in the Flores Sea, midway between South. by Anwar Jimpe Rachman and Gene Ammarell. Select Format: Paperback.

Adrian Horridge, Gene Ammarell, Bugis navigation. New Haven, Connecticut: Yale University Press, xiv + 299 pp. 1999 -Bernice de Jong Boers, Peter Just, Dou Donggo justice; Conflict and morality in an Indonesian society. Lanham, Maryland: Rowman and Littlefield, 2001, xi + 263 pp.

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An ethnographic study of the indigenous navigational practices of a group of Bugis seafarers in an island village located in the Flores Sea, midway between South Sulawesi and Sumbawa in Indonesia. Contains twenty-three original illustrations and eight maps. Four oversized maps are included in a separate pocket.