Ningerum



ETHNONYMS: Kai, Ninggiroem, Ninggirum

See also Muyu

Bibliography

Austen, Leo (1925). "Report of a Patrol from Wukpit Camp (Tedi River) to Star Mountains." Papua Annual Report for 1922-23, 27-37. Melbourne: Government Printer.

Jackson, Richard (1982). Ok Tedi: The Pot of Gold. Waigani: University of Papua New Guinea.

Welsch, Robert L. (1983). "Traditional Medicine and Western Medical Options among the Ningerum of Papua New Guinea." In The Anthropology of Medicine: From Culture to Method, edited by L. Romanucci-Ross, D. Moerman, and L. Tancredi, 32-53. New York: Praeger.

Welsch, Robert L. (1985). "The Distribution of Therapeutic Knowledge in Ningerum: Implications for Primary Health Care and the Use of Aid Posts." Papua New Guinea Medical Journal 28:67-72.

Welsch, Robert L. (1987). "Multinational Development and Customary Land Tenure: The Ok Tedi Project of Papua New Guinea." The Journal of Anthropology no. 6, pt. 2, 109-132.

ROBERT L. WELSCH

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