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|Read ♽ Exchanging the Past: A Rainforest World of Before and After ♍ Twenty Years Ago, The Gebusi Of The Lowland Papua New Guinea Rainforest Had One Of The Highest Homicide Rates In The World Bruce M Knauft Found Then That The Killings Stemmed From Violent Scapegoating Of Suspected Sorcerers But By The Time He Returned In , Homicide Rates Had Plummeted, And Gebusi Had Largely Disavowed Vengeance Against Sorcerers In Favor Of Modern Schools, Discos, Markets, And ChristianityIn This Book, Knauft Explores The Gebusi S Encounter With Modern Institutions And Highlights What Their Experience Tells Us Generally About The Interaction Between Local Peoples And Global Forces As Desire For Material Goods Grew Among Gebusi, Knauft Shows That They Became Accepting Of And Subordinated By Christian Churches, Community Schools,and Government Officials In Their Attempt To Benefit From Them A Process Knauft Terms Recessive Agency But The Gebusi Also Respond Actively To Modernity, Creating New Forms Of Feasting, Performance, And Music That Meld Traditional Practices With Western Ones, All Of Which Knauft Documents In This Fascinating Study