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Socioeconomic Aspects Human Behavioural Ecology

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Behavioral ecology examines these adaptive behavioral responses to local conditions. The volumes papers demonstrate behavioral ec... Weiterlesen
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Behavioral ecology examines these adaptive behavioral responses to local conditions. The volumes papers demonstrate behavioral ecology's maturation as a subfield of anthropology. They demonstrate the breadth of problems that can be gainfully addressed within the paradigm and the richness of specific hypotheses and data that this perspective can generate. The papers also show how behavioral ecology conceptually integrates the core of biological anthropology with the other subdisciplines by providing a common framework for investigating and understanding basic economic questions.

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Demonstrates the behavioral ecology's maturation as a subfield of anthropology. These papers also show how behavioral ecology conceptually integrates the core of biological anthropology with the other subdisciplines by providing a common framework for investigating and understanding basic economic questions.

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1. Good lamalera whale hunters accrue reproductive benefits (M.S. Alvard). 2. Why do foragers share and shares forage? Explorations of social dimensions of foraging (M. Gurven, K. Hill, F. Jakugi). 3. Reconsidering the cost of childbearing: The timing of childrens helping behavior across the life cycle of Maya families (K.L. Kramer). 4. Burden transport: When, how and how much? (P.A. Kramer). 5. Do women really need marital partners for support of their reproductive success? The case of the Matrilineal Khasi of N.E. India (D.L. Leonettia, D.C. Nath, N.S. Hemam, D.B. Neil). 6. Maternal nutrition and sex ratio at birth in Ethiopia (R. Mace, J. Eardley). 7. What explains Hadza food sharing? (F.W. Marlowe). 8. Large-scale cooperation among Sungusungu Vigilantes of Tanzania: Conceptualizing micro-economic and institutional approaches (B. Paciotti, C. Hadley). 9. The behavioral ecology of female genital cutting in Northern Ghana (L.L. Reason). 10. Maintaining the matriline: Childrens birth order roles and educational attainment among Thai Khon Muang (L.R. Taylor). 11. Embodied capital and heritable wealth in complex cultures: A class-based analysis of parental investment in urban South India (M.K. Shenk). 12. Height, marriage and reproductive success in Gambian women (R. Sear, R. Mace, N. Allal, I.A. McGregor). 13. Risk perception and resource security for female agricultural workers (K. Snyder). 14. Ideology, religion, and the evolution of cooperation: Field experiments on Israeli Kibbutzim (R. Sosis, B.J. Ruffle). 15. Does the occurrence and duration of health insults among Shiwiar Forager-Horticulturalists indicate that health care provisioning reduces juvenile mortality? (L.S. Sugiyama). 16. Giving, scrounging, hiding, and selling: Minimal food sharing among Mikea of Madagascar (B. Tucker).

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Titel: Socioeconomic Aspects Human Behavioural Ecology
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EAN: 9780762310821
ISBN: 0762310820
Format: Fester Einband
Genre: Management
Anzahl Seiten: 416
Gewicht: 789g
Größe: H240mm x B161mm x T26mm
Jahr: 2004