HAIR: Its Power and meaning in Asian Culture

By: Hiltebeitel, Alf, and

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HAIR: Its Power and meaning in Asian Culture by Hiltebeitel, Alf, and Miller, Barbara D. (editors)
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The authors say - hair defines a person's gender, sexual availability and desirability, age, social status, and even political stance. All I can is I love those black-haired Asian women; what a pleasant change to the popular western blonde! This is an ex-library book with the usual cancelled stamps, permanent plastic over cover. It is a bit grubby and worn on edges but is fair and solid. ISBN 0791437426. . State University of New York Press, paperback (stiff pictorial card), 1998, 297 pages, illustrated.

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