Why forage? : hunters and gatherers in the twenty-first century

Auteur(s) : Codding, Brian F. (Éd.)
Kramer, Karen L. (Éd.)
Description matérielle : xi-338 p. : ill. ; 23 cm. Collection: School for advanced research. Advanced seminar series Publication : Santa Fe : School for advanced research press ; Albuquerque : University of New Mexico press, 2016.Cote : G.5140Note : Bibliogr. p. 263-319. Index. Thématique : Ethnologie | Chasseur-cueilleur
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Introduction: hunters and gatherers in the twenty-first century / Kramer, Karen L. and Codding, Brian F. --

Diversify or replace: what happens to wild foods when cultigens are introduced into hunter-gatherer diets? / Kramer, Karen L. and Greaves, Russell D. --

Inuit culture: to have and have not; or, has subsistence become an anachronism? / Wenzel, George W. --

"In the bush the food is free": the Ju/'hoansi of Tsumkwe in the twenty-first century / Lee, Richard B. --

Twenty-first-century hunting and gathering among Western and Central Kalahari San / Hitchcock, Robert K. and Sapignoli, Maria --

Why do so few Hadza farm? Blurton Jones, Nicholas --

In pursuit of the individual: recent economic opportunities and the persistence of traditional forager-farmer relationships in the Southwestern Central African Republic / Lupo, Karen D. --

What now? Big game hunting, economic change, and the social strategies of Bardi men / Coxworth, James E. --

Alternative aboriginal economies: Martu livelihoods in the twenty-first centruy / Codding, Brian F., Bliege Bird, Rebecca, Bird, Douglas W. and Zeanah, David W. --

Economic, social, and ecological contexts of hunting, sharing, and fire in the Western Desert of Australia / Bliege Bird, Rebecca, Codding, Brian F., and Bird, Douglas W. --

Appendix A - Cross-cultural demographic and social variables for contemporary foraging populations --

Appendix B - Economic activities of twenty-first-century foraging populations.

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