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100 1  Washburn, S. L 
245 10 Social Life of Early Man 
264  1 London :|bTaylor & Francis Group,|c2004 
264  4 |c©2004 
300    1 online resource (602 pages) 
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505 0  Cover -- Half Title -- Title Page -- Copyright Page -- 
       Original Title Page -- Original Copyright Page -- 
       Introduction -- Table of Contents -- Patterns of Social 
       Grouping Among Wild Primates -- Grouping Among Primate 
       Families -- Lemuroidea -- Lemuridae -- Indridae -- 
       Daubentoniidae -- Lorisoidea -- Tarsioidea -- Ceboidea -- 
       Aotinae -- Pithecinae -- Alouattinae -- Cebinae -- 
       Atelinae -- Callimiconidae -- Hapalidae -- 
       Cercopithfcoidea -- Cercopithecinae -- Colobinae -- 
       Hominoidea -- Conclusions -- Bibliography -- Behavior and 
       Ways of Life of the Fossil Primates -- Prosimians -- The 
       Subfossil Lemurs of Madagascar -- Cercopithecoidea -- 
       Pongidae -- The Genus Pliopithecus -- The Genus 
       Dryopithecus -- The Pongids of Kenya: Limnopithecus and 
       Proconsul -- Bibliography -- The Nature and Special 
       Features of the Instinctive Social Bond of Primates -- 
       Origin of the Social Bond -- Form of the Social Bond -- 
       Intensity of Social Conflict -- Nature of the Social Bond 
       -- The Context of Bond-Forming Behavior -- Special 
       Features of the Bond-Forming Situation -- Anlage of 
       Concept-Formation -- Anlage of Tool-Using -- Addendum -- 
       Bibliography -- The Evolution of Territorial Behavior -- 
       I. The Act of Sitting and its Anatomical Structure -- II. 
       Methods of Territorial Demarcation -- III. Social Aspects 
       -- IV. Elements of Speech -- V. Territory -- Summary -- 
       Bibliography -- Some Factors Influencing the Social Life 
       of Primates in General and of Early Man in Particular -- 
       Bibliography -- Social Behavior of Baboons and Early Man -
       - Troop Size -- Range -- Diet -- Population Structure -- 
       Subgroups and Play -- Mother-Child Relations -- Sexual 
       Behavior -- Economic Dependence -- Dominance -- Home Base 
       -- Sounds and Gestures -- Summary and Conclusions -- 
       Bibliography -- Notes on the Mentality of Primitive Man --
       Bibliography -- Some Evidence for the Ideologies of Early 
       Man 
505 8  I. The Upper Paleolithic and Mesolithic -- II. Early and 
       Late Neanderthal Man -- III. The Pithecanthropian Races --
       Bibliography -- The Social Life of Early Paleolithic Man 
       as Seen through the Work of the Soviet Anthropologists -- 
       Preliminary Observations -- Classification of the Hominids
       -- The Evolution of Homo Sapiens -- Formation of Homo 
       Sapiens -- Ideas Regarding the Primitive Human Groups: An 
       Attempt at a Factual Survey -- The Separation of Man from 
       the Animal World -- Bibliography -- Acquisition of 
       Anatomical Knowledge by Ancient Man -- Development of 
       Human Anatomical Knowledge in the Aleutian Islands -- 
       Method of Description -- Sources of Aleut Anatomical 
       Knowledge -- Application of Anatomical Information -- 
       Projections of Anatomical Orientation -- Sources of 
       Anatomical Information Among the Mano and the Tungus -- 
       Factors in the Underestimation of Primitive Knowledge -- 
       Unreconstructable Aspects -- Protohominid Continuities -- 
       The Argument from Contemporary Distribution -- Summary -- 
       Bibliography -- On Man's Use of Fire, with Comments on 
       Tool-making and Hunting -- Use of Fire -- Earliest 
       Evidence of the use of Fire -- Addendum -- Man as Tool-
       Maker -- Bibliography -- The Social Life of Spanish 
       Paleolithic Hunters as Shown by Levantine Art -- I. The 
       Difficulty of Coming to Socioeconomic Conclusions from 
       Archaeological Data -- II. What we May Learn from the Art 
       -- III. The Cave Art of the Spanish Levant -- IV. 
       Chronology -- V. Clothes, Adornment, and Arms -- VI. The 
       Chase -- VII. Battles and Dancing Warriors -- VIII. 
       Military Life and Hierarchy -- IX. Scenes of Punishment --
       X. Scenes of Gathering and Home Life -- XI. Religious 
       Scenes -- XII. An Estimate of Population -- XIII. The 
       Decadence of this World During the Neolithic -- XIV. 
       Conclusions -- Bibliography -- The Social Life of Early 
       Man: The Evidence of Skeletons -- Cranial Capacity 
505 8  The Anatomical Evidence of Speech -- Duration of Life -- 
       Sex Ratio -- Paleolithic Populations -- Composition -- 
       Problem of Territoriality -- Interpretation of Lesions on 
       Bone -- Conclusions -- Bibliography -- The Protocultural 
       Foundations of Human Adaptation -- I. Social Behavior and 
       Social Structure -- II. Ecological Relations -- III. Modes
       of Communication and their Properties -- IV. Psychological
       Capacities and Organization -- Bibliography -- Sedentary 
       and Mobile Bents in Early Societies -- Glosses on the 
       General Theme -- Environment in the Ice Age -- Biology and
       the Family -- Woman and Fire -- Age and Origin of Fire-
       Using -- Diversity of Habitat and Habit -- Some Genetic 
       Implications of Human Evolution -- Bibliography -- 
       Bibliography -- Relevance of Recent Evolutionary Changes 
       to Human Stress Biology -- Comments -- Index 
520    Attempting to reconstruct the life of early societies, 
       particular emphasis is laid upon social behaviour among 
       primates, as well as approaches from ethnology, 
       prehistoric archaeology, geography, genetics, human stress
       biology and psychology. First published in 1962 
588    Description based on publisher supplied metadata and other
       sources 
590    Electronic reproduction. Ann Arbor, Michigan : ProQuest 
       Ebook Central, 2020. Available via World Wide Web. Access 
       may be limited to ProQuest Ebook Central affiliated 
       libraries 
650  0 Prehistoric peoples.;Primates -- Behavior 
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