Enga Culture

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Jasmine Steele
March 19, 2013
ANT101: Introduction to Cultural Anthropology
Instructor: Christopher Deere
Rough Draft of Final Cultural Research Paper

ENGA CULTURE
The Enga culture of Papua New Guinea living structure is primarily in the mountain regions of New Papua New Guinea. They have learned to adapt to their surroundings to ensure the continued existence of their culture. 1. Clans made up of 300 to 600 members

2. Experience a high incidence of Fighting between tribal enemies 3. Leadership is attained on merit and not through any blood right Research Journals
1. Imbun, B. Y. (1995). Enga social life and identity in a Papua New Guinea mining town. Oceania,. American Psychological Assoc., 66(1), 51. 2. Jacka, J. ((2002)). Cults and Christianity among the Enga and Ipili. Oceania, 72(3), 196-214., 72(3), 196-214. 3. Young, D. W. (1997). NONVIOLENT ALTERNATIVES AMONG THE ENGA OF THE PAPUA NEW GUINEA HIGHLANDS,Social Alternatives. American Psychological Assoc.), 16(2), 42-45. Primary Mode of subsistence

The Engans primary mode of subsistence is that of Horticulturists. Their subsistence is from growth of sweet potatoes, which takes nine months to mature. Aspects of culture
1. Beliefs and values
2. Economic Organization
3. Social Changes
4. Kinship
References
Bibliography
Imbun, B. Y. (1995). Enga social life and identity in a Papua New Guinea mining town. Oceania,. American Psychological Assoc., 66(1), 51.

Jacka, J. ((2002)). Cults and Christianity among the Enga and Ipili. Oceania, 72(3), 196-214., 72(3), 196-214.

Young, D. W. (1997). NONVIOLENT ALTERNATIVES AMONG THE ENGA OF THE PAPUA NEW GUINEA HIGHLANDS,Social Alternatives. American Psychological Assoc.), 16(2), 42-45.
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