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The Agta People is a photographic reflection of the demographic and cultural change of the Casiguran Agta people over the past half century. This book contains 1,054 photographs of Agtas, taken by the Headlands from 1962 to 2010.
Beine, David K

This book examines the meaning and cultural contexts of HIV/AIDS in Nepal, presenting results of a long-term study, the first in South Asia, that examines the process by which development of Nepalese cultural models of HIV/AIDS is occurring.

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Dooley, Robert A., Mary Ruth Wise and Isabel Murphy, editors
Samples of the products of fifty years of SIL International’s work in Brazil range; includes some out-of-print articles and others available for the first time in this volume. Approximately half of the book is in Portuguese.
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