The Resource The meaning of subincision on the urethra to Aboriginal Australians

The meaning of subincision on the urethra to Aboriginal Australians

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The meaning of subincision on the urethra to Aboriginal Australians
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The meaning of subincision on the urethra to Aboriginal Australians
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Reprints article originally published in British Journal of Medical Psychology, v.39, 1966; 245-253; The marsupial origin of subincision - Walbiri informants; earlier views on the subject; method of investigation; myths concerning operation; also published as Why we slit the penis in Kearney, G.E., De Lacey, P.R. and G.R. Davidson, eds; The psychology of Aboriginal Australians, and also in Cawte, J.E. Medicine is the law
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Cawte, John
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1916-1975
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  • Djagamara, N
  • Barrett, Murray J.
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The meaning of subincision on the urethra to Aboriginal Australians
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Item no. 2
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M0055500
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Open access reading. Open copying for private study (in accordance with Copyright Act 1968), closed quotation. Not for Inter-Library Loan
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0079439
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The meaning of subincision on the urethra to Aboriginal Australians
Publication
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Item no. 2
Control code
M0055500
Governing access note
Open access reading. Open copying for private study (in accordance with Copyright Act 1968), closed quotation. Not for Inter-Library Loan
System control number
0079439

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