Predicting Similarity in Material Culture among New Guinea Villages from Propinquity and Language: A Log-linear Approach [and Comments and Reply]

@article{Roberts1995PredictingSI,
  title={Predicting Similarity in Material Culture among New Guinea Villages from Propinquity and Language: A Log-linear Approach [and Comments and Reply]},
  author={J. Roberts and C. Moore and A. Romney and G. Barbujani and P. Bellwood and R. C. Dunnell and R. Green and P. Kirch and J. Marcus and K. V. Flannery and J. Terrell and R. Welsch},
  journal={Current Anthropology},
  year={1995},
  volume={36},
  pages={769 - 788}
}
Application d'une echelle logarithmique specifique a l'etude d'assemblages d'artefacts provenant de villages de la cote nord de Nouvelle-Guinee : le but des auteurs est de presenter une methode visant a tester l'apport de l'etude de la distance et du language a l'explication de la similarite de ces assemblages dans tous ces villages 
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