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Bibliography of Dream Anthropology

Alston, T. M., Calogeras, R. C., Deserno, H. (Eds.)
(1993).Dream Reader: Psychoanalytic Articles on Dreams.
International Universities Press.

Amiotte, Arthur (1982). Our other selves: The Lakota
dream experience. Parabola, 7(2), pp. 26-32.

Basso, Ellen, B. (1985). The implications of a
progressive thory of dreaming. In Barbara Tedlock,
(1992/1987) (Ed)  Dreaming: Anthropological and 
Psychological Interpretations. pp86-104. Santa Fe, NM:
School of American Research Press.

--------. (1985).A musical view of the universe: Kalapalo
Myth and Ritual performances. Phildelphia: University of
Pennsylvania Press.

Benedict, Ruth (1923). The Concept of the Guardian in
North America. Memoirs of the American Anthropological
Association, 29.

--------. (1922). The vision in Plans culture. American
Anthroplogist 24(1), 1-23.

Beradt, Charlotte (1966). The Third Reich of Dreams.
Translated by Adriane Gottwald. Chicago: Quadrangle

Beresford-Stooke, G. (1928). Akamba ceremonies connected
with dreams. Man, 128?, pp. 176-177.

Blau, Harold (1963). Dream Guessing: A comparative
analysis. Ethnohistory 10(3), pp.233-249.

Borger, Irene. (1982). Ritual process of the Iroquois
false face  society. Dreamworks, Vol. 2. No. 4. Summer.
pp. 301-309.

Bourguignon, Erika E. (1954). Dreams and dream
interpretation in  Haiti. American Anthropologist. 56,
pp. 262-268.

Brennan, John (1993) Dreams, divination, and statecraft
in Chinease poetry and prose commentary. In Carol S.
Rupprecht (ed.), The Dream and the Text: Essauys on
language and Literature. Albany, NY: SUNY Press

Brown, Carolyn T.(ed.) (1988). Psycho-Sinology: The
Universe of Dreams in Chinese Culture. Washington, DC:
Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars.

--------. (1987). Changing Spirits with Dreams:   Lu
Xun's "Wild Grass". Dreamworks. 5(2). 1986/87    pp.

Brown, Michael F. (1987). Ropes of sand: order and
imagery in Aguaruna dream. In Barbara Tedlock,
(1992/1987) (Ed)  Dreaming: Anthropological and 
Psychological Interpretations. pp154-170. Santa Fe, NM:
School of American Research Press. 

-------. (1985). Individual Experience, dreams and the
identification of magical stones in an Amazonian society.
In Directions in Cognitive Anthropology,  Janet W. D.
Dougherty (Ed.), Chicago: University of Illinois Press.

Bulkeley, Kelly (1994). Spiritual Dreaming: A Cross
Cultural and Historical Journey. 
 New York: Paulist Press

--------. (1994) Anthropology: Barbara Tedlock.  In The
Wilderness of Dreams: Exploring the Religious Meanings of
Dreams in Western Culture.  Albany, NY: SUNY.

Charsley, S. R. (1973). Dreams in an independent Africa
church. Africa, 43(3), pp. 244-257.

Colby, Kenneth Mark (1963). Sex differences in dreams of 
primitive tribes. American Anthropologist. 65,   pp.

D'Andrade, R. G. (1961). Anthropological studies of
dreams. In   F. L. K. Hsu (Ed.), Psychological
Anthropology. Homewood,   Ill.: Dorsey Press, pp. 296-332

Dentan, Robert Knox  (1987a). Ethnographic considerations
in cross-cultural study of dreaming.      In J Gackenbach
(ed) Sleep and Dreams: A Source Book. chapter 11. New
York: Garland publishing.

--------. (1968) The Semai: A nonviolent People of
malaya. New York: Holt Rinehart and Winston.

--------. (1987b.). Senoi Authority (interview).
Association for the Study of Dreams Newsletter 4(55), 

-------- (1987c). What's in a Dream? some epistimological
Issues. Association for the Study of Dreams Newsletter

Dentan, R & mc/?Clusky, L (1993). Pity the bones by
wandering river which still in lovers' dreams appear as
men. In Alan Moffitt et al. (eds) The Functions of
Dreaming. Albancy,NY: SUNY Press.

Desharkaus, R. R. (1991), Dreams, divination, and Yolmo
ways of  knowing. Dreaming, Vol. 1, No. 3. pp. 211-224.

Devereux, George (1969). Reality and Dream: Psychotherapy
of a Plains Indian. Garden City, NY: Anchor Books.

---------. (1957). Dream learning and individual ritual 
differences in Mohave shamanism. American
Anthropologist,59, pp. 1036-1045.

--------. (1958). Heterosesual behavior of the Mohave
Indians. In: Geza Roheim(Ed.) paychoanalysis and the
Social Sciences, Vol. II, New york: International
Universities Press.

--------. (1948). The logical foundations of culture and
personality studies. Transactions of the New York Acadamy
of Sciences, Series II, 7: 110-130.

--------. (1948). The function of alcohol in Movahve
Society. Quarerly Journal fo Studies on Alcohal, 9:207-

--------.(1947). The pootential contributions of the Moi
to the cultral landscape of French Indochina. Far Eastern
Quarterly, 6:390-395.

--------. (1942). The mental hygiene of the Amerscan
Indian. Mental Hygiene, 26: 71-84.

--------.(1939) Maladjustment and social neurosis.
American Sociological Review, 4: 844-851.

--------. (1939) Mohave Culture and Personality.
character and Personality, 8: 91-109.

--------.(1939). The social and cultural implications of
incest among the Mohave Indians. Psychoanalytic Quarterly

--------.(1937). Institutionalized Homosexuality of the
Mohave Indians. Human Bilology, 9: 498-527.

Dodds, E. R. (1951) The Greeks and the Irrational.
Berkeley: University of California Press.

Dombeck, Mary-Therese B. (1994) Contexts of dream
interpretation among American therapists and pastoral
counselors. Dreaming, 4(1), 29-42.

--------. (1993). The thawing of symbols in myth and
dream. Dreaming, 3(2), 137-147.

--------. (1991). Dreams and Professional Personhood: The
Contexts of Dream Telling and Dream Interpretation Among
American Psychotherapists. Albany, NY: SUNY Press.

Domhoff, G. William (1985 ). The Mystique of Dreams: A
search For utopia Through Senoi Dream Theory. Berkeley:
Universtiy of California Press

--------. (1988) Senoi Dream Theory and the Mystique of
Dreams. Further thoughts on the allegory about an
allegory. Association for the Study of Dreams Newsletter
5(2) 1-2,16.

Ducey, charles, P. (1985). The Shaman's dream jhourney:
Psychoanalytic and structural complementarity in myth
interpretation. psychanalytic Study of Society, 8: 71-

Eggan, Dorothy (1961). Dream analysis. In Bert Kaplan
    Studying Personality Cross-Culturally. Evanston, Il:
Row, Peterson & Co. [chapter 20, pp. 551-557.

--------. (1955). The personal use of myth in dreams.
Journal of American Folklore, 68, pp. 445-463? 447.

--------. (1952). The manifest content of dreams: A
challenge to the social sciences. American
Anthropologist. 54: 469-485.

--------. (1949). The significance of dreams for
anthropological research. American Anthropologist 51(2),
pp. 177-198.

Eliade, Mircea (1964). Shamanism: Arcjaoc Techniques of
Ecstasy. Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press.

--------.  (1957). Myths, Dreams and Mysteries. London:   
Harvil Press, 1968.

Ewing, Katherine P. (1990). The dream of spiritual
initiation and  the organization of self representations
amoung Pakistani  sufis. American Ethnologist. 17(1), pp.

Fabian, Johannes (1966). Dream and charisma. 'theories of
dreams' in Jamaa-movement (Congo). Anthropos, 61, pp.

Firth, Raymond (1967) The meaning of dreams. In Tikopia
Ritual and belief (pp. 162-173). Boston, MA: Beacon

--------. (1957). We, The Tikopia.  Boston, MA: Beacon
Press. [The incest dream]

--------. (1970). Rank and religion in Tikopia. Boston,
MA: Beacon Press.

Fisher, Humphrey J. (1979) Dreams and conversion in Black
Africa. In nehemia Levzion (Ed.) Conversion to Islam. New
York, NY: Holmes and Meier.

Flannery, R& Cambers M-E (1985). Each man has his own
friends: the role of dream visitors in traditional east
Cree Belief and practice. Artic Anthroplogy, 22(1), 1-22.

Foster, George M. (1973). Dreams, character and cognitibe
orientation in Tzintzuntzan. Ethos, 1(1), pp. 106-121.

Frazer, Sir james George (1890- reissued in 12 vol.,
1907-15, abridged edition in 1 vol, 1922) The Golden
Bough; a Study in magic and Religoin.Published now by

Freud, S. & Oppenheim, D. E. (1958). Dreams in Folklore.
New York: International Universities Press, Inc.

Gifford, Edward Winslow (1965). Yuma dreams and omens.
Journal of American
Folk-Lore, 39, 58-69.

Giora, Z., Esformes, Y., & Barak, A. (1972). Dreams in
cross-cultural research. Comprehensive Psychiatry, 13(2), 
  pp. 105-114.

Gregor, T. (1981). "Far, far away my shadow wandered..."
The  dream symbolism and dreams theories of the Menhinaku
Indians of Brazil. American Ethologist, 8, 709-20.

--------. (1981b). A content analysis of Mehinaku dreams.
Ethos, 9(4), pp. 353-390.

Griffith, R., Miyagi, O., & Tago, A. (1958). The
universality of   typical dreams: Japanese vs. Americans.
American Anthropologist. 60, pp. 1173-1179(80?).

Grindal, Bruce (1986). In defence of animism. 
Dreamworks, Vol. 5. No. 1. pp.37-45.

Gruenebaum, von G. E. and Caillois, R. (Ed.s), (1966).
The Dream and  Human Societies. Berkeley: University of
California Press.   from 1962 conference

Guss, David M. (1980). Steering for dream: Dream concepts
i\of the Makiritare. Journal of Latin American Lore,
6(2),    pp. 297-312.

Hallowell, A. Irving (1966). The role of dreams in Ojibwa
culture. In G. E. Von Gruenebaum. and  R Caillois.
(Ed.s),  The Dream and  Human Societies. Berkeley:
University of California Press.   from 1962 conference

--------. (1938). Freudian symbolism in the dream of a
Saulteaux Indian. Man, 38, pp. 47-48.

Haskell, Robert E.(1985c). Thought-things: L‚vi-Strauss
and the modern mind. Semiotica: Journal of the
international Association for Semiotic Studies, 55, pp.

Herdt, Gilbert (1985). Selfhood and discourse in Sambia
dream ssharing. In Barbara Tedlock, (1992/1987) (Ed) 
Dreaming: Anthropological and  Psychological
Interpretations. pp. 55-85. Santa Fe, NM: School of
American Research Press.

Herr, Barbara (1981) The Expressive character of Fijian
Dream and Nightmare Experiences. Ethos 9(4), 331-352.

Hodgson, A. G. O. (1926). Dreams in central Africa. Man,
26, (39) pp. 66-68.

Hollan, Douglas (????) The personal use of Dream Beliefs
in the Toraja  Highlands. pp. 166-186 (Ethos?)

Homiak, John (1987). The mystic revelation of Rasta Far-
Eye: visionary communication in a prophetic movement. In
Barbara Tedlock, (1992/1987) (Ed)  Dreaming:
Anthropological and  Psychological Interpretations. pp
220-245. Santa Fe, NM: School of American Research Press.

Honigmann, John J. (1961). The interpretation of dreams
in anthropological field work: A case study. In Bert
Kaplan (ed.) Studying Personality Cross-Culturally.
Evanston, Il: Row, Peterson & Co. [Chapter 21, pp.
579-585.] Hultkrantz, Ake (1973). A definition of
shamamism. Temenos, 9, pp. 25-37.

Johnson, Kenneth E. (1978). Modernity and dream content:
A Ugandan example. Ethos, 6(4), pp. 212-220.

Keable, Robert. (1921) A People of dreams. The Hibbert
Journal, 19, 522-531.

Kilborn, Benjamin (1987). On classifying dreams. In
Barbara Tedlock, (1992/1987) (Ed)  Dreaming:
Anthropological and  Psychological Interpretations. pp
171-193. Santa Fe, NM: School of American Research Press.

--------. (1983). On Artemidoros' approach to dreams.  
Dreamworks, 3(3), Summer, pp. 204-207.

--------. (1981a). Moroccan dream interpretation and 
culturally constituted defense mechanisms. Ethos, 9(4),
pp. 294-312.

--------. (1981b). Pattern, Structure, and style in
anthropological studies of dreams. Ethos, 9(2), pp.

King, Arden R. (1943). The dream biography of a mountain
Maidu. Character and Personality. 11, pp. 227-234.

Korhn, Alan and Gutmann, David (1971). Changes in mastery
style with age: A study of Navajo dreams. Psychiatry,
34(3), pp. 289-300.

Kracke, Waud H. (1981). Kagwahiv mourning: Dreams of a
bereaved father. Ethos, 9(4), pp. 258-275.

--------. (1985). Myths in dreams, thought in images: An
Amazonian contribution to the psychoanalytic theory of
primary process. In Barbara Tedlock, (1992/1987) (Ed) 
Dreaming: Anthropological and  Psychological
Interpretations. pp31-54. Santa Fe, NM: School of
American Research Press.

--------. (1982). He who dreams: The nocturnal source of
transforming power in Kagwahiv shamanism. paper presented
at the 44th International Congress of Americanists,
Manchester, England.

--------.(1980). Amazonian Interviews: Dreams of the
Bereved Father. The Annual of Psychoanalysis 8:249-267.

--------. (1979). Dreaming in Kagwahiv: Dream Beliefs and
their psychic uses in an Amazonian Indian culture. 
Psychoanalytic Study of Society, 8: 119-171

--------. (1979) The birth of knowledge: A psychoanalytic
approach to the Kagwahiv myth of the burning of Old
woman. Pater presented at the 18th annual meeting of the
Northeastern Anthroploogical Society, Quebec,Canada.

--------. (1979) Review of G. Roheim, childream of the
Desert. 1974. Journal of the American psychoanalytic
Association, 27:223-231.

Krippner, Stanley. (Ed.). (1990). _Dreamtime and
Dreamwork: Decoding the Lanaguage of the Night_. Los
Angeles: Jeremy P Tarcher, Inc.

Kuper, Adam (1979a.). The structure of dream sequences.
Culture,   Medicine, and Psychiatry. 7(2), June, pp.

---------. (1979b.) A structural approach to dreams. Man
14,    pp. 645-662.

---------. (1986). Structural anthropology and the
psychology of  dreams. The Journal of Mind and Behavior.
7(2&3),    pp. 333-344.

Lanternari, Vittorio (1975). Dreams as charismatic
significants: Their bearing on the rise of new religious
movements. In Thomas R. Williams (ed.) Psychological
Anthropology. Chicago: Mouton Pub.(via Alpine). 

Layard, John (1944). The Lady of the Hare. London: Faber
and Faber. [intro to part 2, mythology of the hare].

Lee, S. G. (1958). Social influences in Zulu dreaming. 
The Journal of Social Psychology, 47, pp. 256-283.

LeVine, Sarah (1982). The dreams of young Gusii women: A
content analysis. Ethology, 21, pp. 63-78.

LeVine, Sarah (1981). Dreams of the informant about the
researcher: Some difficulties inherent in the research
relationships. Ethos, 9(4), pp.276-293.

Levine, Julia B. (1991). The role of culture in the
representation of conflict in dreams: A comparison of
Bedouin, Irish and Israeli children. Journal of
Cross-Cultural Psychology, 22(4), pp. 472-490.

Lewis, William (1982). [Dreams and Hounduran folklore]. 
Dreamworks, Vol. 2. No. 4. Summer. pp. 328-331(?).

Lerner, Susan (1982). The past and present art of the
Australian Aborigine. Dreamworks, Vol. 2. No. 3. Spring.
pp. 171-225.

Lincoln, J. S. (1935). The Dream in  Primitive Cultures.
Baltimore: Williams and Wilkins Co.

Lorand, Sandor (1957). Dream interperetation in the
Talmud: Babylonian and Graeco-roman period. International
Journal of Psychoanalysis, 38(1), pp. 92-97.

Maccoby, Michael & Foster, George, M. (1970). Methods of
studying Mexican peasant personality: Roschach, TAT and
dreams. Anthropological Quarterly, 43(4), pp. 225-242.

Mannheim, Bruce (1987). A semiotic of Andean dreams. In
Barbara Tedlock, (1992/1987) (Ed)  Dreaming:
Anthropological and  Psychological Interpretations. pp
132-153. Santa Fe, NM: School of American Research Press.

Mead, Margaret (1952). Some relations between social
anthropology and psychiatry.  In FranzAlexander & Helen
Ross (Eds.), Dynamic Psychiatry (pp. 401-448). Chicago
IL: University of Chicago Press.

Meggitt, M. J. (1962). Dream interpretation amoung the
Mae Enga of New Guinea. Southwestern Journal of
Anthropology, 18, 216-229.

Merrill, William (1987). The Ramamuri stereotype. In
Barbara Tedlock, (1992/1987) (Ed)  Dreaming:
Anthropological and  Psychological Interpretations. pp
194-219. Santa Fe, NM: School of American Research Press.

Middleton, J. (Ed.) (1967). Myth & Cosmos: Readings in
Mythology & Symbolism. Garden City, NY:  The Natural
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    #18 The Temne House - James Littlejohn]

Miller, P. C. (1992). The devils gateway: An eros of
difference in the dreams of Perpetua. Dreaming. 2(1), pp.

Morgan, William (1932). Navaho dreams. American
Anthropologist.34, pp. 390-405.

O'Flaherty, W. D. (1982). Hard and soft reality.
Parabola, 7(2),  pp. 55-65.

O'Nell, Carl W. (1976). Dreams, Culture and the
Individual. San Francisco: Chandler & Sharp Publishers,

--------. (1965). A cross-cultural study of hunger and
thirst motivation manifested in dreams. Human
Development, 8,  pp. 181-193.
O'Nell, C. W. (1965). A cross-cultural study of hunger
and thirst motivation manifested in dreams. Human
Development, 8, 
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Opler, Marvin K. (1959). Dream analysis in Ute Indian
therapy. In Marvin K Opler (ed.), Culture and Mental
Health: Cross-Cultural studies.  NY: The Macmillan Co.  
Chapter 4. pp. 97-117.

Paredes, M Rigoberto (1920). Mitos, supesticiones y
supervivencias populares de Bolivia. La Paz: Bibilteca
del Sesquicentenario de la Republica, 1976.

Park, Willard Z. (1934). Paviotso shamanism. American
Anthropologist, New Series 36, pp. 98-113.

Parsifal-Charles, Nancy (1986) The Dream: 4,000 Years of
Theory and Practice. A Critical, Descriptive, and
Enclyclopedic Bibliography.  Volume One. West Cornwell,
CT: Locust Hill Press.

Price-Williams, Douglass (1987). The waking dream in
ethongraphic perspective. In Barbara Tedlock, (1992/1987)
(Ed)  Dreaming: Anthropological and  Psychological
Interpretations. pp 246-262. Santa Fe, NM: School of
American Research Press.

--------.(1978). Cognition: Anthroplogical and
psychological nexus. in George D. Spindler (Ed) The
Making of Psycholoical Anthropology. Berkeley: University
of California Press.

--------. (1975). Primitive mentality - Civilized style.
In R. Brislin, Bochner, S, and Lonner W (Eds)
Cross-Cultural Perspctives on Learning, vol 1. Beverly
Hills, CA: Sage.

Pulver, Sydney E. (1987) The manifest dream in
psychoanalysis: A clarification. Journal of the American
Psychoanalytic Association, 35: 99-118.

Radin, Paul (1936). Ojibwa and Ottawa puberty dreams. In
R. H.  Lowie (Ed.),Essays in Anthropology. University of
Cal  Press: Berkeley. pp.233-264.

Rivers, W. H R. (1923). Conflict and Dream. New York:
Harcourt, Brace & Company, Inc.

--------. (1921).  The Analysis of a Dream. British
Jounal of Psychology, 7, 113-124.

--------. ( 1918). Dreams and Primitive Culutre. 
Lindon:Manachester University Press.  

Robbins, M. C., & Kilbride, P. L. (1971). Sex differences
in dreams in Uganda. Journal of Cross Culture Psychology,
2, pp. 406-408.

R•heim, G‚za (1952) The Gates of the Dream. New York:
International Universities Press, Inc.
    Chapter vii. The Eternal Ones of the Dream.

 --------. (1949). Technique of dream analysis and field
work in anthropology. Psychoanalytic Quarterly, 18, pp.

--------. (1946). The Oedipus complex and infantile
sexuality.  Psychoanalytic Quarterly, 15, pp. 503-508. 

--------. (1932) Psycho-Analytic technique and field
anthropology, Chapter ii. The International Journal of
Psycho-Analysis, 13(1&2), pp. 6-22.

--------. (1932) Doketa: Psychoanalysis of primitive
cultural types, Chapter viii. The International Journal
of Psycho-Analysis, 13(1&2), pp. 151-174.

 Ruby, Robert H. & Brown, John A. (1989). 
Dreamer-Prophets of the Columbia Plateau: Smohalla and
Skolaskin. Norman & London: University of Oklahoma Press.

Schneider, David, & Sharp , Lauriston (1969) The Dream
Life of a Primitive people. Ann Arbor: university
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manifest content found by B. Tedlock]

Shweder, Richard A. & LeVine, Robert A. (1975). Dream
concepts of Hausa children: A critique of the "doctrine
of invariant sequence" in cognitive development. Ethos,
3(2), pp. 209-230.

Skeat, Walter William (1960). Malay Magic: An
Introduction to the Folklore and Plpular Religion of the
Malay Peninsular. New York: Barnes and Noble, Inc.

Spaulding, John. (1981). The dream in other cultures:   
Anthropological studies of dreams and dreaming.
Dreamworks,   Vol. 1. No. 4. Summer. pp. 330-342.

Spindler, George & Spindler, Louise (1971). Dreams
without Power: The Menomini Indians. San Francisco: Holt,
Rinehart and    Winston, Inc.

Stewart, Kilton (1974/1950's). On dream theory in Malaya.
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Berkeley, CA: Io

--------. (1954). Pygmies and Dream Giants. New York: W.
W. Norton.

--------. (1953-4). Culture and personality in two
primitive groups. Complex, 9, 3-23.

--------. (1951). Dream theory in Malaya. Complex, 6,

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and  Psychological Interpretations. Cambridge University

--------. ( 1987). Dreaming and dream research. In
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---------.(1987). Auni and Quiche dream sharing and
interpreting. In Barbara Tedlock, (1992/1987) (Ed) 
Dreaming: Anthropological and  Psychological
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American Research Press.

--------.  (1992). The role of dreams and visionary
narratives in Mayan cultural survival. Ethos, 20(4),   
pp. 453-476.

--------.(1985). Anthropological Approaches to Dreaming.
Address Given at the Second Annual Conference of the
Association for the Study of Dreams. Audio Tape.
Available via ASD.

--------. (1981). Dreaming: Anthropological and
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Toffelmier, Gertrude & Luomala, Katharine (1936). Dreams
and dream interpretation of the Diegue¤o Indians of
Southern California. Psychoanalytic Quarterly, 5, pp.
Tuzin, Donald (1975). The breath of a ghost: Dreams and
the fear of the dead. Ethos, 3(4), pp. 555-578.

Ullman, M. (1960). The social roots of the dream. The
American Journal of Psychoanalysis. 20(2), pp. 180-195.

Von Gruenebaum, G. E. and Caillois, R. (Ed.s), (1966).
The Dream and  Human Societies. Berkeley: University of
California Press.   from 1962 conference

Wallace, A. F. (1958). Dreams and the wishes of the soul:
A type   psychoanalytic theory amoung the seventeenth
Century  Iroquois. American Anthropologist. Vol 60, No.
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Wallace, W. J. (1947). The dream in Mohave life. Journal
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Watkins, M. (1992). Perestroika of the Self:Dreaming in
the U.S.S.R. Dreaming, Vol 2, No. 2 pp. 112-122.

Watson, Lawrence C. (1981). Dreaming as world view and
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Watson, Lawrence C. and Watson-Franke, Maria-Barbara
(1981). Spirits, dreams and the resolution of conflict
amoung urban Guajiro women. Ethos. 5, pp. 388-407.

Williams, F. E. (1936). Papuan dream interpretations.
Mankind. 2(2), pp. 29-39.

Yonker, Dolores M. (1982). Dream as validator in
traditional African cultures. Dreamworks, Vol. 2. No. 3.
Spring.  pp. 242-249.

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