Batek Negrito Religion :
The World-View and Rituals of a Hunting and Gathering People of Peninsular Malaysia
- - Kirk M Endicott
Tha author, an anthropologist, chose to study the Batek of Kelantan because, at the time of writing, very little detailed research had been carried out amongst them. They were an unusual Negrito group in that they appeared to have coped with change reasonably well. Endicott puts this down to the nature of their positive and accepting religious beliefs and so decided to concentrate his study on this particular aspect of their culture. 234 pages with a bibliography, an index, one black and white plate and two maps. The Chapter titles are -
Weight 0.50 Kg. Airmail postage to Asia Pacific countries: $9, to Central Asia, Europe & the Middle East: $12 and to Africa and North & South America: $15 . Surface mail worldwide $7. Postage within Malaysia is free
Published by Oxford University Press, Oxford, 1979. First edition.
Condition:Very Good.Hardback. This is an ex library book with stickers on the spine and rear end papers and stamps on the front end papers and the text block. Otherwise the binding is tight and the text clear.