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The situation is that shifting terminus of civilization, where modern mass-culture grates and pushes against those original, essential aspects of humanity; and where much of what passes for values in western culture is exposed in stark relief as banal and fake." --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Relates to: Papua New Guinea #5, 19 minutes, Colour DER, 1974, VHS Producer/Anthropologist: Karl Heider "Dani Sweet Potatoes follows the sophisticated process of sweet potato horticulture developed by the Dani.

It follows the Dani sweet potato cycle from clearing off the old brush and weeds from a fallow field to planting, harvesting, cooking and eating.

He feels that the global economy takes a heavy toll on indigenous people.

"Shell money gets exchanged within the community, but paper money just goes away." In a traditional economy, indigenous people live quite well without money.

Male children live with their mothers until they are old enough to move to the boys' house.

Only because their culture is threatened have they allowed these initiation rites to be documented on film.

This is a society where the roles of men and women are sharply delineated. A woman must crouch if she is in the same space as her husband.

They build their houses, farm their land and barter for any extra items.

They need cash only for transportation, school fees and taxes.

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