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Extinction and survival in human populations

Auteur(s) : Laughlin, Charles D. (Éd.)
Brady, Ivan A. (Éd.)
Description matérielle : xvi-327 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.Publication : New York : Columbia University Press, 1978.Cote : G.937Note : Bibliogr. p. 291-316 ; Index.  Thématique : Ethnologie | Adaptation humaineThématique spécifique : Peuplement | Démographie | EnvironnementEthnique : Ojibwa | Tsimshian | Kaguru | Ik
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Introduction: diaphasis and change in human populations / Laughlin, Charles D., Jr. and Brady, Ivan A. --
Rethinking the Ik: a functional non-social system / Turnbull, Colin M. --
Adaptation and exchange in So: a diachronic study of deprivation / Laughlin, Charles D., Jr. --
Gross stress in small islands: a study in macropsychiatry / Cawte, John --
Resource fluctuations and competitive transformations in West Indian slave societies / Dirks, Robert --
Survival and reciprocity: the case of urban marginality in Mexico / Lomnitz, Larissa --
Cultural and biological adaptations to deprivation: the Northern Ojibwa case / Bishop, Charles A. --
Survival or extinction: reflections on the problem of famine in Tsimshian and Kaguru mythology / Cove, John J. --
Stability and change: wherewithal for survival on a Coral Island / Brady, Ivan A. --
Epilogue: adaptation and anthropological theory / Brady, Ivan A. and Laughlin, Charles D., Jr.

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