Prehistoric hunter-gatherers: the emergence of cultural complexity

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Academic Press, 1985 - 450 páginas
Book written by archaeologists on the subject of culture change and complexity. Focuses specifically on the emergence of cultural complexity among hunter-gatherers. Highlights the variety of adaptations that characterize prehistoric hunter-gatherers as well as delineating some of the primary features of social complexity. Includes a chapter: Whaling as an organizing focus in northwestern Alaskan Eskimo societies by Glenn W. Sheehan.

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Aspects of HunterGatherer Complexity
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Prehistoric Developments in the American
21
Complexity and Scale in the Study of Fisher
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