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The Tongan Art of Sociospatial Relations
The University of Arizona Press
Marking Indigeneity examines the conflicts and reconciliation of indigenous time-space within the Tongan community in Maui, as well as within the time-space of capitalism. Using indigenous theory, Tevita O. Ka‘ili provides an ethnography of the social relations of the highly mobile Tongans.
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