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The Trobriand Islands are a (174-square-mile) archipelago of coral atolls off the east coast of New Guinea. They are part of the nation of Papua New Guinea and are in Milne Bay Province. Most of the population of 12,000 indigenous inhabitants live on the main island of Kiriwina, which is also the location of the government station, Losuia.

Quite different among the youth in Trobrianders - the system of boy-girl relationships is well defined and regulated here. Within each village, everyone knows everything about everyone. The average age girls and boys sleep with each other is around thirteen but the adage is their lovers must be from the same village not another. Its amazing how accepting sexuality is amongst the Trobrianders. Throughout the text they encourage young men and women to be sexually active as early as possible. By the time children are seven or eight, they begin playing erotic games with each other and imitate adult seductive attitudes.

Are you sure you want to remove The Trobrianders of Papua New Guinea from your list? The Trobrianders of Papua New Guinea. by Annette B. Weiner. Published 1988 by Holt, Rinehart and Winston in New York. Ethnology, Social life and customs. Papua New Guinea, Trobriand Islands, Trobriand Islands (Papua New Guinea).

The Trobriand Islands are ruled by Papua New Guinea and have a host of unique customs as well as a very easygoing attitude to se. They also settle scores and disputes by playing cricket, which was introduced by colonial authorities after they banned tribes from going to war with each other.

Presentation on theme: "THE TROBRIANDERS OF PAPUA NEW GUINEA"- Presentation transcript: 1 THE TROBRIANDERS OF PAPUA NEW GUINEA CHAPTER ONE – THE TROBRIANDERS, PAST AND PRESENT By sunil henil and peter. 9 Kinship as an Organizing Principle In much of the Trobriand islander society, kinship plays a major role through marriage. Specifically, much of the social structure in the Trobrianders’ society is based upon marriage and the exchange of gifts to act as an extension of social interactions between the people. For example, the Trobriand people often exchange yams with the purpose of bettering their social hierarchy with the logical approach stating that the more yams a person has, the more influence they have over the decisions made in the society.

Trobriand Islands (Papua New Guinea) Social life and customs. Rubrics: Ethnology Papua New Guinea Trobriand Islands. Download now The Trobrianders of Papua New Guinea Annette B. Download PDF book format. Download DOC book format.

Individuals in the Trobriand Islands give or exchange similar produce and crafted items which are given as a gift or traded as a commodity for the personal, social, political, and survival purposes. Gifts and commodities are exchanged by both women and men. Carrying dried banana leaves (cash) Women fill very important roles in the Trobriander Islander’s matrilineal society (Weiner, 1988), meaning the people of the Trobriand Islands recognise kinship through the maternal linage of decent. Rationality and Society, 23(4), 475-512. Leigh, . & Perry, R. (. Gift vs. commodity' debate revisited. Anthropological Notebooks, 14(1), 81-102.

Trobriand Islands (aka the Kiriwina Islands),off the eastern coast of Papua New Guinea in Milne Bay Province. The chief house, with the malagan, the symbole of the chief. In Trobrian culture, there is no traditional ceremony for marriage. When a Trobriand couple wants to marry, they show that desire by sleeping together regularly, spending time together in public, and staying with each other for long periods of time. The girl's parents approve of the couple when a girl accepts a gift from a boy. Although an understanding of reproduction and modern medicine is widespread in Trobriand Society, their traditional beliefs have been really resilient. When somebody dies is mourned for months.

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1 Unknown Artist Labutu - Appel De Trompe Et Batterie De Tambours 5:06
2 Sebwagau Kamwaemuya - Par Sebwagau
Composed By – TobenuwaVocals – Sebwagau
3 Iduna Solo De Flûte
Flute [Loloni] – Iduna
4 Paodi Chant De Veillée Funèbre
Vocals – Paodi
5 Toyagena Flûte À Bec Par Toyagena
Flute – Toyagena
6 Unknown Artist Pwadideka 6:38
7 Iyowaga Loloni Par Iyowaga
Flute – Iyowaga
8 Unknown Artist Usiutu - Chant Funèbre 3:54
9 Unknown Artist Kasawaga 12:27

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  • Distributed By – Universal
  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Kora Sons – 464490-2


  • Design – Les Télécréateurs Design*
  • Featuring [Collaboration Artistique] – Frédéric Duvelle, John Kasaipwalova, Ulli Beier
  • Liner Notes [English Translation] – Jeremy Drake
  • Mastered By – Olivier Saint-Yves
  • Recorded By, Liner Notes, Photography – Charles Duvelle


Recorded in June 1974 on the island of Kiriwina, The Trobriand Islands (Milne Bay, Papua New Guinea).

℗ 1999 Kora Sons
© Philips Music Group France
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  • Other (Distribution Code): UN 873