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100 1  Kelly, Robert L 
245 14 The Lifeways of Hunter-Gatherers :|bThe Foraging Spectrum 
250    2nd ed 
264  1 New York :|bCambridge University Press,|c2013 
264  4 |c©2013 
300    1 online resource (384 pages) 
336    text|btxt|2rdacontent 
337    computer|bc|2rdamedia 
338    online resource|bcr|2rdacarrier 
505 0  Intro -- Contents -- Tables -- Figures -- Preface -- 
       Acknowledgments -- Chapter 1 Hunter-Gatherers and 
       Anthropology -- Hunter-Gatherers in Pre-Twentieth-Century 
       Thought -- The Patrilineal/Patrilocal Band -- The 
       Generalized Foraging Model -- The Interdependent Model, or
       "Professional Primitives" -- Who Are Living Hunter-
       Gatherers? -- Marxist Approaches -- Hunter-Gatherers as a 
       Cultural Type -- Hunter-Gatherers and Ecology -- Chapter 2
       Environment, Evolution, and Anthropological Theory -- The 
       Culture Area Concept -- Cultural Ecology -- Human 
       Behavioral Ecology -- Natural Selection -- Methodological 
       Individualism -- Optimization -- What about Culture? -- 
       Conclusion -- Chapter 3 Foraging and Subsistence -- 
       Environment and Diet -- The Diet-Breadth Model -- What Is 
       the "Right" Return Rate? -- Importance of the Diet-Breadth
       Model -- The Patch Choice Model -- Problems with Optimal-
       Foraging Models and Their Solutions -- Randomness -- 
       Pursuit of Resources -- Processing of Resources -- Who Is 
       Foraging? -- How Do People Eat? -- The Marginal Value 
       Theorem -- Central Place Foraging -- Other Factors to 
       Consider -- Risk -- Why Only Calories? -- The Importance 
       of Fatty Meat -- Conclusion -- Chapter 4 Mobility -- 
       Mobility and the Environment -- Ethnographic Data on 
       Mobility -- Number of Residential Moves per Year -- 
       Average Distance per Residential Move -- Logistical 
       Mobility and Territorial Coverage -- Individual Foraging 
       and Camp Movement: A Central Place Foraging Model -- Risk 
       -- Storage -- Other Factors -- Sedentism: Why Stop Moving?
       -- Foraging, Mobility, and Society -- The Mobility Ethos -
       - Foraging and Enculturation -- Foraging and Resource 
       Conservation -- Conclusion -- Chapter 5 Technology -- What
       Is Technology? -- Ju/'hoan Technology -- Nuvugmiut 
       Technology -- What Conditions Food-Getting Technology? -- 
       Function -- Risk -- Mobility 
505 8  Why Elaborate Technology? -- A Technological Investment 
       Model -- Performance Characteristics -- Technology, Gender,
       and Prestige -- Conclusion -- Chapter 6 Sharing, Exchange,
       and Land Tenure -- Sharing -- Why Share? -- Kin Selection 
       -- Reciprocal Altruism -- Tolerated Scrounging -- Costly 
       Signaling -- What Explains Sharing? -- Land Tenure -- The 
       Economic Defensibility Model -- Social-Boundary Defense --
       The Winterhalder Model Reconsidered -- Conclusion -- 
       Chapter 7 Group Size and Demography -- Group Size: The 
       "Magic Numbers" 500 and 25 -- Communal versus Individual 
       Foraging -- Carrying Capacity, Foraging, and Population 
       Density -- Reproduction and Cultural Controls -- 
       Preferential Female Infanticide -- Interview Data -- Sex 
       Ratios -- Birth-Spacing Infanticide -- Juvenile Foraging -
       - Help for Mother -- The Ecology of Reproduction -- 
       Breastfeeding -- Maternal Nutritional Condition -- 
       Mortality -- Infant and Juvenile Mortality -- Lethal 
       Violence -- Warfare -- Homicide -- Mobility and Population
       Growth -- Conclusion -- Chapter 8 Men, Women, and Foraging
       -- Division of Labor -- Why Do Men Hunt (and Women Not So 
       Much)? -- Costly Signaling or Provisioning? -- Postmarital
       Residence -- Rules versus Actual Postmarital Residence -- 
       Postmarital Residence as Social Strategy -- Descent -- 
       Kinship as Social Strategy -- Marriage -- Gender, Marriage,
       and Social Inequality -- Brideservice -- Equal Bridewealth
       -- Unequal Bridewealth -- Polygyny -- Conclusion -- 
       Chapter 9 Nonegalitarian Hunter-Gatherers -- 
       Egalitarianism -- Male-Female Egalitarianism -- 
       Nonegalitarian Hunter-Gatherers -- The Patron-Client Model
       of Inequality -- Sedentism and Population Growth -- Food 
       Storage -- The Formation of Groups and Leaders -- Sharing 
       -- Warfare -- Costly Displays -- The Patron-Client 
       Relationship -- Resources That Are Not in Sync across a 
       Landscape 
505 8  Resources That Are in Sync across a Landscape -- An 
       Example: The Northwest Coast -- Southern Coast -- Central 
       Coast -- Northern Coast -- Enculturation and Inequality --
       Conclusion -- Chapter 10 Hunter-Gatherers and Prehistory -
       - References -- Index 
520    Challenges the preconceptions that hunter-gatherers were 
       Paleolithic relics living in a raw state of nature, 
       instead crafting a position that emphasizes their 
       diversity 
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590    Electronic reproduction. Ann Arbor, Michigan : ProQuest 
       Ebook Central, 2020. Available via World Wide Web. Access 
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650  0 Hunting and gathering societies 
655  4 Electronic books 
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