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Ogan, Eugene
 1972  Business and Cargo: Socio-economic Change among the Nasioi of
    Bougainvilie. New Guinea Research Bulletin no. 44. Port
    Moresby and Canberra: Institute for Applied Social and Eco-
    nomic Research.
 1974   Cargoism and Politics in Bougainville. Journal of Pacifi'c History
 1989   Plans to Aid PNG Favour Wealthy, Not Underdogs. Canberra
    Times, 6-12 July,14.
 1990   Perspectives on a Crisis (5). In Bougainville: Perspectives on a Crisis,
    edited by P. Polomka, 35-39. Canberra Papers on Strategy and
    Defence no. 66. Canberra: Strategic and Defence Studies Centre
    Research School of Pacific Studies, Australian National University.

O'Neill, Chuck
 1988 Wacky Tribe Thinks Ex-prez LBJ Is a God! Weekly World News, 6 December; 29.

Opeba, Willington Jojoga
 1987 Melanesian Cult Movements as Traditional Religious and Ritual
      Responses to Change. In The Gospel Is Not Westero: Black Theol-
      ogies .from the Southwest Pactfi'c, edited by G. Trompf, 49-66.
      Maryknoll, rrY: Orbis Books.

O'Reilly, Patrick
 1937 Sorcellerie et Civilisation Europeenne aux Iles Salomon. In La
      Sorcellerie dans les Pays de Mission,142-158. Section Missiologique
      no: 25: Paris: Desclee de Brouwer.
 1949 Prophetisme aux Nouvelles-Hebrides: Le Mouvement Jonfrum a
      Tanna. Le Monde Non-Chretien 10:192-208.

O'Reilly, Patrick, and Jean-Marie Sedes
 1949 .Jaunes, Noirs et Blnncs: Trou Annees de Guerre aux Iles Salomon.
      Paris: Editions du Monde Nouveau.

Otto, Ton
 1991 The Politics of Tradition in Baluan: Social Change and the Con-
      struction of the Past in a Manus Society. PhD dissertation,
      Department of Anthropology, Research School of Pacific Studies, 
      Australian National University, Canberra.
PIM, Pacific Islands Monthly
 1941a Crazy Natives: Strange Outbreak in Gulf Division of Papua. 11 (8, Mar):18.
 1941b "Mekeo Madness": Queer Religious Hysteria in Papua. 12 (4, Nov): 50.
 1948a Alleged Anti-Exploitation Movement in Hebrides: Missionary
       Accuses Planters-Traders-Again! 19 (5, Dec): 92.
 1948b Restless Sepik Natives: Adherents of "Cargo Cult." 18 (7, Feb): 62.
 1950  They Still Believe in Cargo Cult. 20 (10, May): 85.
 1951  Another Native Messiah Goes to Gaol: Dealing with Cargo
       Cults in Melanesia. 22 (5, Dec):103-104.
 1955  Cargo Cult? Bainings Natives Killed by New Britain Patrol. 25
       (12, July): 67.
 1958  Many "Still Believe" in Cargo Cult: The Cargo Cult Won't Die
       Quietly in the Pacific. 28 (7, Feb): 59.
 1959  Their Cargo-Cult Wasn't Anti-European. 30 (4, Nov):136-137.
 1962  'Americans, Cargo Cult and the Future: Complicated Aftermath
       of the New Guinea Buka Troubles: 33 (5, Dec): 27-29.
 1991  Minefield of Adventure Found in Vanuatu. 61 (2, Feb): 40.

Pataki-Schweizer, K. J.
 1976 Meth-Drinkers and Lotus-Eaters: Some Educational Aspects of
      Transcultural Psychiatry in Papua New Guinea. Australian and
      New Zealand Journal of Psychiatry 10:129-131.
Poirier, Jean
 1949 Les Mouvements de Liberation Mythique aux Nouvelles-
      Hebrides. Journal de la Societe des Oceanistes 5 (5): 97-103.

Pokawin, Stephen
 1984 Cargo Cults and Development. In Cargo Cults and Develop-
      ment in Melanesia, edited by W. Ferea, 73-82. Ms, University of
      Papua New Guinea, Port Moresby.

PC, Post-Courier (Papua New Guinea)
 1976a Clamp Down on Cults. 30 September, 3.
 1976b Cults Will Continue. 24 February, 8.
 1976c E.N.B. Leaders Condemn the Cargo Cults. 21 December, 7.
 1977a Projects in Danger at Pomio: Cargo Cult Must Stop. . . Or
       Else. 28 July,11.
 1977b Robbery-Highlanders' Version of Cargo Cult. 18 August, 19
       (by an Enga Highlander).
 1978  Guise Warns on Cult Mass Killings.18 December, l, 4.
 1980  Levi Warns of Cargo "Delusion." 27 Ma ,13.
 1983a "Aussies Go Home." 18 August, 3. y
 1983b Editorial: Happy Event on Hanover.19 August, 4.
 1983c Hanover Awaits Christ.17 August, 3.
 1983d Mission Failed: Cultists Left. 25 August, 3.

Pouillet, Andre
 1992 Une Suite a la Presence Americaine: L'Affaire John Frum. Bul-
      letin de la Societe d'Etudes Hutorique de la Nouvelle Caledonie

Pouwer, J.
 1958 Letter to the Editor. Oceania 28 (3): 247-252.

Power, Tony
 1972 Ode to a New Guinea Man. Kovave 4 (1): 8-9.

Pratkanis, Anthony R.
 1992 The Cargo-cult Science of Subliminal Persuasion. Skeptical
      Inguirer 16:261=2'72.

Priday, H. E. L.
 1950 "Jonfrum" Is New Hebridean "Cargo Cult": Interesting History of 
       this Native Movement on the Island of Tanna. Pacific
       Islands Monthly 20 (6, Jan): 67-70; 20 (7, Feb): 59-65.
QjNH, Quarterly Jottings from the New Hebrides
 1959 Resume of Recent New Items. 263 (Oct): 4-6.

Quirk, Tom, Tim Duncan, and Richard de Lautour
 1990 The Clever Country as a Cargo Cult: National Needs and
      Higher Education. Quadrant 34 (10): 45-S0; 34 (11): 59-65:

Ramsey, Margaret A., and Frank W. Lutz
 1975 The Cargo Cult in the Isles of Higher Education. Journal of the
      College and University Personnel Association 26 (1): 26-33.

Raspberry, William
 1986 Tapping the Poor's Capacity to Produce. Tulsa World, 7 January,11.

Rentoul, Alexander
 1949 "John Frum": Origin of New Hebrides Movement. Pacific
      Islands Monthly 19 (6, Jan): 31.

Rice, Edward
 1974 John Fruln He Come: A Polemical Work about a Black Tragedy. 
      Garden City, NY: Doubleday.

Richardson, David J.
 1987 Roots of Unrest: Decolonialization in Vanuatu with Particular
      Reference to Tanna. MA thesis, Department of History, University 
      of HawaŁ, Honolulu.

Rimoldi, M. R.
 1971 The Hahalis Welfare Society of Buka, New Guinea. PhD disser-
      tation, Department of Anthropology, Australian National Uni-

      versity, Canberra.
Robinson, Neville K.
 1981 Villagers at War: Some Papua New Guinea Experiences in World War
      II. Pacific Research Monograph no. 2. Canbena: Australian
      National University.

Robinson, Phyllis M.
 1950 Intellectual Opposition in Conditions of Culture Contact. sn
      thesis, Department of Anthropology, Sydney University.

Roscoe, Paul B.
 1988 The Far Side of Huruti: The Management of Melanesian Mil-
      lenarian Movements. American Ethnologist 15:515-529.

Rosenstiel, Annette
 1953 An Anthropological Approach to the Mau Mau Problem. Political
      Science Quarterly 68:419-432.
Ruhen, Olaf
 1957 Land of Dahori: Tales of New Cuinea. Philadelphia: J. B. Lippincott.
 1963 Mountains in the Clouds. Adelaide: Rigby.

Ryan, D'Arcy
 1947 The Influence of the Missions on Native Culture in Melanesia. sn
      Honors thesis, Department of Anthropology, University of Sydney.

Ryan, Peter
 1992 New Symbols for Same Old Cargo Cult. Age, 26 September, 2.

Ryman, Anders
 1987 John Frum: Won't You Please Come Home? Geo: Australasia's
 1988 Geographic Magazine 9 (4): 78-93.
Said, Edward
 1978 Orientalism. New York: Pantheon Books.

Salisbury, R. F.
 1958 An "Indigenous" New Guinea Cult. Kroeber Anthropological Society Papers 18:67-78.

Scarr, Deryck
 1984 A Short History. Laie, Hi: Institute for Polynesian Studies,
      Brigham Young University.

Schwartz, Theodore
 1973 Cult and Context: The Paranoid Ethos in Melanesia. Ethos 1:153-174.

 1976 The Cargo Cult: A Melanesian Type Response to Change. In
      Responses to Change: Society, Culture, and Personality, edited by
      George Devos,157-206. New York: A. Van Nostrand.

Schwarz, Brian
 1984 Holy Spirit Movements. In An Introduction to Melanesian Religions,
      edited by E. Mantovani, 255-278: Point Series no: 6. Goroka:
      The Melanesian Institute for Pastoral and Socio-Economic Service.

Schwimmer, Erik G.
 1977 F. E: Williams as Ancestor and Rain Maker. In Francis Edgar
      Williams: 'The Vailala Madness' nnd Other Essays, edited by
      E. Schwimmer,11-47. Honolulu: University Press of HawaŁ.

Scott, Michael W.
 1990 Constitutions of Maasina Rule: Timothy George and the Iora.
 1991 Chicago Anthropology Exchange 19:41-65.

Shadbolt, Maurice, and Olaf Ruhen
 1968 Isles of the South Pacific. Washington, Dc: National Geographic Society.

Shears, Richard
 1980 The Coconut War: The Crisis on Espiritu Santo. Sydney: Cassell Australia.

SŁkala, Jukka
 1979 The Cargo Proper in Cargo Cults. Temenos 15:68-80.

Simpson, Colin
 1979 Pleasure Islands of the South Pacific. Sydney: Methuen.

Sinclair, Alexander
 1957 Field and Clinical Survey Report of the Mental Health of the Indigenes
      of the Territory of Papua and New Guinea. Port Moresby: Territory
      of Papua and New Guinea.

Skole, Joe
 1986 Vanuatu-A Small Republic That's Very Big on Volcanoes. San
      Francisco Examiner 12 October, T20-21.

Smyth, W. John
 1975 Some Reflections on the Teaching of Economics and Commerce
      in a Developing Country. Journal of Economic Education 7 (1):45-49.

Souter, Gavin
  1964 New Guinea: The Last Unknown. London: An s & Robertson.

Standish, Bill
  1989 Bougainville: Undermining the State in Papua New Guinea. Pacific Research 2 (4): 3-5,10.

Stanley, David
  1989 South Pacific Handbook. 4th ed. Chico, cn: Moon Publications.

Stanner, W. E. H.
  1958 On the Interpretation of Cargo Cults. Oceania 29:1-25.

Steinbauer, Friedrich
  1979 Melanesian Cargo Cults: New Salvation Movements in the South
       Pacific. St. Lucia: University of Queensland Press.

Stephen, Michelle
  1971 Cargo Cult Hysteria. Occasional Paper no. 1. Melbourne: Research 
       Centre of Southwestern Pacific Studies, La Trobe University.

Stow, Randolph
  1979 Visitants. London: Secker & Warburg.

Strelen, John G.
 1977 Search for Salvation: Studies in the History and Theology of Cargo
      Cults. Adelaide: Lutheran Publishing House.

Suhre, Terry
  1990 Locations of Desire: New Itatani, and Vera Klement.
Territory of New Guinea
 1935 Report to the Council of the League of Nations on the Administration
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Territory of Papua
 1942 Annual Report for the Year 1940-1941. Canberra: Australian Government Printer.

Theroux, Paul
 1992 The Happy Isles of Oceania: Paddling the Pacific. New York: G. P.
      Putnam's Sons.

Thomas, Gordon
 1935A Plea for Better Regulation of Mission Activities in New ,
       Guinea. Pacific Islands Monthly 6 (4, Nov): 25-26.

Thornton, Robert
 1991 The End of the Future? Anthropology Today 7 (1):1-2.

Thorpe, John
 1972 The Cargo Cult. Bolinas: Big Sky Books.

Tiffin, Helen
 1981 Melanesian Cargo Cults in Tourmaline and Visitants. Journal of
      Commonwealth Literature 16:109-125.

Toner, Stephen J.
 1988 Television and the American Imagination: Notions of Romance.
      Journal of Popular Culture 22 (3):1-13.

Torgovnick, Marianna
 1990 Gone Primitive: Savage Intellects, Modern Lives. Chicago: University 
      of Chicago Press.

Trompf, Garry W.
 1981 Melanesian "Cargo Cults" Today. Current Affairs Bulletin 58 (1):19-22.
 1984 What Has Happened to Melanesian "Cargo Cults"? In Religious
      Movements in Melanesia Today (3), edited by Wendy Flannery, 29-
      51. Point Series no. 4. Goroka: Melanesian Institute for Pastoral
      and Socio-Economic Service.
 1990 The Cargo and the Millennium on Both Sides of the Pacific. In
      Cargo Cults and Millenarian Movements: Transoceanic Comparisons of
      New Religious Movements, edited by Garry Trompf, 35-94.
      Berlin: Mouton de Gruyter.
 1991 Melanesian Religion. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

Trumbull, Robert
 1977 Tin Roofs and Palm Trees: A Report on the New South Seas. Seattle:
      University of Washington Press.

Tucker, Frank
 1988 The Relationship between Cargo Cult and Rebel Movement in
      Irian Jaya. Catalyst 18 (2):163-186.
Vanuatu Institute of Technology
 1981 Vanuatu: Discover Our Islands. Port Vila: Vanuatu Institute of

Villaret, Bernard
 1975 Au Vent des Iles: Deux Cent Soixante Quinze Paradis (ou Enfers)
      Insulaires de par le Monde. Paris: Berger-Levrault.

Voice of Vanuatu
 1981 VP Platform-A New Cargo Cult? 84 (10 July): 4.

Wagner, Roy
 1979 The Talk of Koriki: A Daribi Contact Cult. Social Research
 1981 The Invention of Culture. Rev and exp ed. Chicago: University of
      Chicago Press.

Waiko, J.
 n.d. Why We Do Not Receive Cargo from Our Dead Relatives.
      Kovave (pilot issue): 28-31.
 1973 European-Melanesia Contact in Melanesian Tradition and Litera-
      ture. In PrioritIes in Melanesian Development, edited by R. May,
      417-428. Canberra: Australian National University; Port
      Moresby: University of Papua New Guinea.

Walker, Martin
 1989 The Cult of Russia's New Rich. Manchester Guardian Weelzly, 19
      Nov, 21-22.

Wallace, Irving, David Wallechinsky, and Amy Wallace
 1984 They Wanted to Buy Lyndon Johnson. Los Angeles Times, 22 April.

Walter, Michael A. H. B.
 1983 Cargo Cults: Forerunners of Progress. In Religious Movements in
      Melanesia Today (1), edited by W. Flannery,190-204. Point Series
      no. 2. Goroka: The Melanesian Institute of Pastoral and Socio-
      Economic Service.

Watkins; June E.
 1951 Messianic Movements: A Comparative Study of Some Religious :
      Cults among the Melanesians, Maoris, and North American Indians.
      thesis, Department of Anthropology, University of Sydney

Webster, Paul
 1992 Hi-tech Mickey-Overpriced, Over the Top, and Over Here.
      Manchester Guardian Weeklp 146 (16,19 April): 7.

Weightman, B., and H. Lini, eds
 1980 Vanuatu: Twentp-Wan Tingting long Taem Blong Independens. Suva:
      Institute of Pacific Studies, University of the South Pacific.

Wetherell, David,'and Charlotte Carr-Gregg
 1984 Moral Re-Armament in Papua,1931-42. Oceania 54:177-203.

Weymouth, Ross
 1984 The Bible and Revival Movements. In Religious Movements in
      Melanesia Today (3), edited by W. Flannery,195-208. Point Series
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White, Geoffrey M., and Lamont Lindstrom, eds
 1989 The Pacific Theater: Island Repesentations of World War 11. Honolulu: 
      University of HawaŁ Press.

Whiteman, Darrell
 1984 The Cultural Dynamics of Religious Movements. In Religious
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      and Socio-Economic Service.

Williams, F. E.
 1923 The Vailala Madness and the Destruction of Native Ceremonies in the
      Gulf Divuion. Anthropology Report no. 4. Port Moresby(?): Ter-
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 1934 The Vailala Madness in Retrospect. In Essays Presented to C. G.
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Willis, Paul
  1990 Common Culture: Symbolic Work at Plny in the Everyday Cultures of
       the Young. Boulder, co, and San Francisco: Westview Press.

Willis, Susan
 1991 A Primer for Daily L fe. London: Routledge.

Wilson, Bryan R.
 1973 Magic and the Millennium: A Sociological Study of Religious Movements 
      of Protest among Tribal and Third-World Peoples. New York: Harper & Row.

Woodcock, George
 1976 South Sea Journey. London: Faber & Faber.

Worsley, Peter
 1957 The Trumpet Shall.Sound: A Study of "Cargo" Cults in Melanesia.
      London: Macgibbon & Kee.

Wright, Derek
 1985 Fragments: The Cargo Connection. Kunapipi 7 (1): 45-58.
 1986 The Mansren Myth in Randolph Stow's Visitants. International
      Fiction Review 13 (2): 82-86.

Zizek, Slavoj
 1989 The Sublime Object of Ideology. London: Verso.
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