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|Title: ||Sinhalese Domestic Life In Space and Time|
|Authors: ||MacDougall, Robert D.|
MacDougall, Bonnie G.
|Keywords: ||Sinhalese (Sri Lankan people)|
Social life and customs
|Issue Date: ||1977|
|Publisher: ||South Asia Program, Cornell University|
|Series/Report no.: ||South Asia occasional papers and theses;no. 5|
|Abstract: ||This is a report on the content, organization and use of Sinhalese domestic space. It is based on research carried out in 1965 and 1968 in a contemporary but traditional community (hereafter called Rangama, a pseudonym) which is located in a remote area of the Kandyan highlands in Central Sri Lanka (formerly Ceylon).|
|Description: ||vii, 181 p.,  fold. leaves of plates (1 in pocket) : ill., plans ; 28 cm. Bibliography: p. 180-181.|
|Appears in Collections:||MacDougall South Asian Architecture Collection|
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