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Hunter-gatherers : archaeological and evolutionary theory / Robert L. Bettinger, Raven Garvey, Shannon Tushingham.

Bettinger, Robert L. (författare)
Garvey, Raven (författare)
Tushingham, Shannon (författare)
ISBN 1489975802
Second edition.
Publicerad: New York : Springer, [2015]
Copyright: ©2015
Engelska xv, 304 pages
Serie: Interdisciplinary contributions to archaeology, 1568-2722
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  • Part I. Historical Approaches to Hunter-Gatherers -- Chapter 1: Progressive Social Evolution and Hunter-Gatherers -- Chapter 2: The History of Americanist Hunter-Gatherer Research -- Part II. Theories of Limited Sets -- Chapter 3: Middle-Range Theory and Hunter-Gatherers -- Chapter 4: Hunter-Gatherers as Optimal Foragers -- Chapter 5: More Complex Models of Optimal Behavior among Hunter-Gatherers -- Part III. Theories of General Sets -- Chapter 6: Marxist and Structural Marxist Perspectives of Hunter-Gatherers -- Chapter 7: Neo-Darwinian Theory and Hunter-Gatherers -- Chapter 8: Hunter-Gatherers and Neo-Darwinian Cultural Transmission -- Chapter 9: Hunter-Gatherers: Problems in Theory.
  • Hunter-gatherer research has played a historically central role in the development of anthropological and evolutionary theory. Today, research in this traditional and enduringly vital field blurs lines of distinction between archaeology and ethnology, and seeks instead to develop perspectives and theories broadly applicable to anthropology and its many subdisciplines. In the groundbreaking first edition of Hunter-Gatherers: Archaeological and Evolutionary Theory (1991), Robert Bettinger presented an integrative perspective on hunter-gatherer research and advanced a theoretical approach compatible with both traditional anthropological and contemporary evolutionary theories. Hunter-Gatherers remains a well-respected and much-cited text, now over 20 years since initial publication. Yet, as in other vibrant fields of study, the last two decades have seen important empirical and theoretical advances. In this second edition of Hunter-Gatherers, co-authors Robert Bettinger, Raven Garvey, and Shannon Tushingham offer a revised and expanded version of the classic text, which includes a succinct and provocative critical synthesis of hunter-gatherer and evolutionary theory, from the Enlightenment to the present. New and expanded sections relate and react to recent developments--some of them the authors' own--particularly in the realms of optimal foraging and cultural transmission theories. An exceptionally informative and ambitious volume on cultural evolutionary theory, Hunter-Gatherers, second edition, is an essential addition to the libraries of anthropologists, archaeologists, and human ecologists alike. 

Ämnesord

Jägare/samlare  (sao)
Social evolution  (sao)
Förhistoriska människan  (sao)
ARkeologi  -- teori, filosofi (sao)
Hunting and gathering societies.  (LCSH)
Social evolution.  (LCSH)
Hunting, Prehistoric.  (LCSH)
Prehistoric peoples.  (LCSH)
Hunting and gathering societies.  (fast)
Hunting, Prehistoric.  (fast)
Prehistoric peoples.  (fast)
Social evolution.  (fast)
Hunting and gathering societies  (LCSH)
Social evolution  (LCSH)
Prehistoric peoples  (LCSH)

Indexterm och SAB-rubrik

J.01 Arkeologi: kulturformer
J:dd Arkeologi: metodlära

Klassifikation

930.1 (DDC)
J.01 (kssb/8)
J:dd (kssb/8)
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