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Hunters and gatherers: history, evolution and social change

Author: Ingold, Tim ; Riches, David ; Woodburn, James Series: Explorations in anthropology Publisher: Berg, 1991.Language: EnglishDescription: 331 p. : Ill./Maps/Photos ; 22 cm.ISBN: 0854967346Type of document: BookBibliography/Index: Includes bibliographical references and indexContents Note: Vol. 2, property, power and ideology, 323 p.
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Includes bibliographical references and index

Vol. 2, property, power and ideology, 323 p.

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Hunters and Gatherers 1 History, Evolution and Social Change Contents List of Plates, Figures and Maps List of Tables Preface 1. Twenty years of history, evolution and social change in gatherer-hunter studies ix x 1 Barbara Bender and Brian Morris Part 1 Hunters and gatherers and outsiders 2. Hunters and gatherers and other people -- a re-examination 4 15 Nurit H. Bird-David 3. African hunter-gatherer social organization: is it best understood as a product of encapsulation? 17 James Woodburn 4. Free or doomed? Images of the Hadzabe hunters and gatherers of Tanzania 31 D. K. Ndagala Part 2 Flux, sedentism and change 5. The complexities of residential organization among the Efe (Mbuti) and the Bagombi (Baka): a critical view of the notion of flux in hunter-gatherer societies 65 73 Jon Pedersen and Espen Waehle 6. Pressures for Tamil propriety in Paliyan social organization 75 Peter M. Gardner 7. Tributary tradition and relations of affinity and gender among the Sumatran Kubu 91 Øyvind Sandbukt 107 8. Foraging, starch extraction and the sedentary lifestyle in the lowland rainforest of central Seram Roy Ellen 117 Part 3 Historical and evolutionary transformations 9. At the frontier: some arguments against hunter-gathering and farming modes of production in southern Africa 135 Martin Hall 10. Palaeopolitics: resource intensification in Aboriginal Australia and Papua New Guinea 137 Harry Lourandos 11. Politics and production among the Calusa of south Florida 148 William H. Marquardt 12. Hunters and gatherers of the sea 161 Gisli Pálsson Part 4 Theoretical and Comparative Approaches 13. Hominids, humans and hunter-gatherers: an evolutionary perspective Robert Foley 14. Risk and uncertainty in the 'original affluent society': evolutionary ecology of resource-sharing and land tenure 189 205 207 Eric Alden Smith 15. Reflections on primitive communism Richard B. Lee 16. Notes on the foraging mode of production Tim Ingold References Index Notes on Contributors 222 252 269 286 315 329

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