Man, culture, and animals : the role of animals in human ecological adjustments

Auteur(s) : Leeds, Athony (Éd.)
Vayda, Andrew P. (Éd.)
Description matérielle : vii-304 p. : photos en noir et blanc, cartes, schémas, tableaux ; 24 cm. Collection: American association for the advancement of science ; n° 78, 1965. Publication : Baltimore : The Horn-Shafer company, 1970.Cote : BGT.53Note : Bibliographie en fin de chapitres. Index. Item type: Ouvrage
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Anthropologists and ecological problems / Vayda, Andrew P. --

The association between Australian aborigines and dingoes / Meggitt, M. J. --

A re-examination of hunting, trapping, and territoriality among the Northeastern Algonkian indians / Knight, Rolf --

The virginia deer and intertribal buffer zones in the Upper Mississippi valley / Hickerson, Harold --

Southern Athabaskan herding patterns and contrasting social institutions / Kunstadter, Peter --

Reindeer herding and Chukchi social institutions / Leeds, Anthony --

Camel pastoralism in North Arabia and the minimal camping unit / Sweet, Louise E. --

Native cattle keeping in Eastern Africa / Deshler, W. W. --

Animals and social types in the exploitation of the Tibetan plateau / Downs, James F. and Ekvall, Robert B. --

Herds and herders in the Inca State / Murra, John V. --

The myth of the sacred cow / Harris, Marvin --

The Euro-American ranching complex / Strickon, Arnold --

Comments on the symposium "Man, culture, and animals" / Aschmann, Homer --

Functional analyses in the symposium "Man, culture, and animals" / Collins, Paul W.

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