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Goldman, L. (1999) Book Review: Just words: Law, Language and Power. Journal of the Royal Anthropological Institute, 5 2: 297-297. doi:10.2307/2660715 35   0 0
Goldman, Laurence and Emmison, Michael (1996) Fantasy and double-play amongst Huli children. Text and Talk, 16 1: 23-60. doi:10.1515/text.1.1996.16.1.23 45   Cited 1 times in Scopus1 0
Goldman, L. R. (1999). From pot to polemic: Uses and abuses of cannibalism. In L. R. Goldman (Ed.), The Anthropology of Cannibalism (pp. 1-26) Westport, Connecticut: Bergin & Garvey. 63  
Goldman, Laurence (2007). Incorporating Huli: Lessons from the Hides licence area. In James F. Weiner and Katie Glaskin (Ed.), Customary land tenure and registration in Australia and Papua New Guinea: Anthropological perspectives (pp. 97-115) Canberra, ACT, Australia: ANU E Press. 47 1
Goldman, L. R. and Baum, S. (2000). Introduction. In Social impact analysis : An applied anthropology manual (pp. 1-31) New York: Oxford. 32  
Goldman, L. R. (2000). Is courting consultants courting disaster? What Hides eventually reveals. In: Problems and Perspectives on Customary Land Tenure and Registration in Australia and Papua New Guinea - Abstracts. Problems and Perspectives on Customary Land Tenure and Registration in Australia and Papua New Guinea, Brisbane, University of Queensland, (6). 11-13 September, 2000. 30  
Goldman, Laurence and Emmison, Michael (1995) Make-believe play among Huli children: Performance, myth and imagination. Ethnology, 34 3: 225-255. 26  
Goldman, L. R. (2000). Social mapping. In L. Goldman (Ed.), Social Impact: An Applied Anthropology Manual (pp. 153-190) New York: Oxford. 63  
Smith, C. D., Forrest, C. M., Goldman, L. R. and Emmison, J.M. (2001). The Bear (IR) Realities: Media Technology and the Pretend-Real Distinction on a Televised Puppet Show. In H. Schwartzman (Ed.), Children and Anthropology: Perspectives for the 21st Century (pp. 111-128) Westport: Bergin and Garvey. 51  
Emmison, M and Goldman, L (1997) The Sooty show laid bear - Children, puppets and make-believe. Childhood-a Global Journal of Child Research, 4 3: 325-342. doi:10.1177/0907568297004003005 144   2 0
Forrest, C. M., Goldman, L. R. and Emmison, J.M. (2005). The Unbearable Likeness of Being: Children, Teddy Bears and The Sooty Show. In J. Knight (Ed.), Animals in Person: Cultural Perspectives on Animal-Human Intimacy (pp. 141-161) Oxford, New York: Berg. 103 7