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Egalitarian Behavior and Reverse Dominance Hierarchy [and Comments and Reply]
Egalitarian society is "explained" chiefly in terms of ecological or social factors that are self-organizing. However, egalitarian behavior is found in a wide variety of social and ecologicalExpand
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Thoughtful Foragers: A Study of Prehistoric Decision Making
List of figures List of tables 1. Introduction Part I. Learning from the present: 2. The eco-psychology of decision making 3. The ethnography of hunter-gatherer decision making Part II. MesolithicExpand
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Variability in Faunal Assemblages: The Influence of Hunting Skill, Sharing, Dogs, and Mode of Cooking on Faunal Remains at a Sedentary Kalahari Community
Abstract Variability in faunal assemblages from different sites and/or from different time periods is often attributed to economic or taphonomic factors. The role of sharing on faunal remainExpand
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Gender and History
Acknowledgements.- Introduction: History, Theory, Gender: What Are They? Who Has Them?.- PART I: THEORIZING GENDER Woman: From the Deficient Male to the Incommensurate Female.- The FeministExpand
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Architecture and Order: Approaches to Social Space
Architecture is a powerful medium for representing, ordering and classifying the world; meaning may be created and reworked by defining symbolic boundaries, analogues and metaphors. Expand
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Sharing in an Egalitarian Kalahari Community
On a souvent vu dans le partage, phenomene caracteristique des societes de chasseurs-collecteurs, un mecanissme permettant d'attenuer les aleas de la chasse et d'assurer une repartition plusExpand
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Domestic Architecture and the Use of Space: An Interdisciplinary Cross-Cultural Study
1. Activity areas and architecture: an interdisciplinary view of the relationship between use of space and domestic built environments Susan Kent 2. Systems of activities and systems of settings AmosExpand
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Sex and Suffrage in Britain, 1860-1914
Although other historians have viewed the suffrage movement as aimed at exclusively political ends, she argues that such a categorization ignores many of the most compelling reasons why thousands ofExpand
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Influence of Sedentism and Aggregation On Porotic Hyperostosis and Anemia: a Case Study
Porotic hyperostosis and iron deficiency anaemia are often thought to be the direct result of a low iron diet, and by implication, a diet low in meat. A case study using the prehistoric Anasazi fromExpand
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Woman the gatherer
Essays by Dahlberg, McGrew, Zihlman, Estioko-Griffin and Griffin, Berndt, Turnbull, and Sharp. "Refreshing and challenging."--Richard E. Leakey "An indispensable contribution."--Ashley Montagu
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