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Alcohol consumption among HIV-positive pregnant women in KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa: prevalence and correlates
Research outputs: RELIGIOUS TRADITIONS
2014 The changing 'life' of the buffalo/cow horns and new methods of adaptation by carvers/patrons in the grassfields, Cameroon
The appropriation and adoption of aesthetics that retain close relation to the past is one notable reason for the survival of the drinking h...
Unlike previous studies that have been undertaken on the art and material culture of the western Grassfields, this book is particularly sig...
Although the title cup is recognized by families across the Grassfields as the intermediary between the living and their ancestors, very lit...
This article compares religious values found on the basis of the lexical approach in three cultures. Lists of human values in Austria (Germ...