Lepani's analysis not only highlights the way in which Trobriand Islands
women are able to actively position and reposition themselves socially across the life course as expressions of 'situated agency'.
1) with observation and collecting records from Samarai Island, Milne Bay (vicinity of Alotau and Sullivan Patches), vicinity of Harvey Bay (Oro Province), and the Trobriand Islands
Information on the stone monuments on the various Trobriand Islands
has been collected throughout the twentieth century.
IN the Trobriand islands
off Papua New Guinea, sexual foreplay consists of biting off your lover's eyelashes.
KISS: This is the most bizarre kiss favoured by natives in the South Pacific.
Theroux starts in the Trobriand Islands
, waving his sociological bible, Malinowski's The Sexual Life of Savages.
The Trobriand Islands
can be seen from the shore on clear days.
A product of interviews and close work with several villages in the Trobriand Islands
over the course of several years, this book explores the impact of HIV/AIDS on the matrilineal Trobriand people, whose traditional culture includes sexual practices which directly contrast and work against HIV prevention methods.
We also spend three days on Kiriwina Island, which is part of the Trobriand Islands
Malinowski (1922) reported migrations from the Trobriand islands
to Dobu near Eastern New Guinea (with distances d of up to 150 km), as well as frequent migrations within the Trobriands (d [less than or equal to] 60 km) and from the Marshall-Bennets into the Trobriands (d [approximately equal to] 100 km).
In it, he promises that students will demonstrate how to perform ``today's trendiest kisses,'' including the Upside-Down Kiss, the Lip-O-Suction Kiss and the Trobriand Islands
My attempt to examine this question about gendered forms of relational personhood and, more pointedly, assertions and acts of individual autonomy draws on my ethnographic research in the matrilineal Trobriand Islands
of Papua New Guinea (PNG) (Lepani 2012).