INDEX
Adventist Aviation Services, 133–40
Adventist Review, 103–4
advertise-differentiation fixation, 250–55
aesthetics, marketing and, 25–26
Africa: decline of coffee quality in, 264 n. 8;
regulation of coffee production in, 264
n. 6
agricultural production: anthropological
research on, 18–26, 262 nn. 36–37;
deregulation and reregulation of, 263 n. 1;
ecological impact of, 105–9
Air Niugini, 97, 159
airstrip coffee, 8–9
air transport, 74–75, 86; in Maimafu, 131–
40; mission groups’ use of, 104, 269 n. 6;
rural vs. urban life and, 153–55; social rela-
tions of growers and buyers and, 141–45
Aiyura Station, 75
ancestors, 126–29
Anderson, Les (Pastor Les), 101–4, 132, 272
n. 9
animals, 116–18, 126–29, 269 n. 11
anobak (chant), 118–19, 121–26
ant diversity, 107
anthropological research: on agricultural
production, 18–26, 262 nn. 36–37; on dis-
tribution, 194–99; on expatriates and
industry elites, 180–92; methodological
approaches to, 18–26, 277 n. 15; on millen-
nials’ coffee consumption, 229–36, 275
n. 9, 276 nn. 10–13; research stereotypes
in, 61–65
‘‘appearance of value,’’ 24
Arabicas Ltd., 5–7
Atticks (coffee buyer), 136–40, 272 n. 10
auna (Gimi life forces), 117–18; coffee
cultivation vs., 121, 127–29
AusAid program, 226
Australia: certification teams from, 145;
coffee importers in, 209–12; coffee shops
in, 225–29; expatriates in New Guinea
from, 102, 183–92; indigenous coffee and,
91–96, 109–10; New Guinea coffee con-
sumption in, 85–90, 92–93; Papua New
Guinea perceived in, 226–29; privatiza-
tion initiatives in, 96–97; racial issues
in coffee production and settlers from,
173–80
Australian and New Guinea Coffee Com-
pany Marketing Proprietary Limited
(angco): Australian coffee importers
and, 210–12; British coffee traders in,
206–8; certification standards and, 151;
coffee industry and, 161–62; creation of,
87–88; demise of, 97–100; German coffee
traders in, 203–4; myths about coffee
production and, 208–9; structural adjust-
ment programs and, 99–100
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