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Resource managers : North American and Australian hunter-gatherers

Resource managers : North American and Australian hunter-gatherers

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Published by Westview Press for the American Association for the Advancement of Science, 1982. in Boulder, Colo .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Hunting and gathering societies -- Congresses,
  • Aboriginal Australians -- Economic conditions -- Congresses,
  • Indians of North America -- Economic conditions -- Congresses

  • Edition Notes

    Statementedited by Nancy M. Williams and Eugene S. Hunn.. --
    SeriesAAAS selected symposium -- 67, AAAS selected symposium -- 67
    ContributionsWilliams, Nancy M., Hunn, Eugene S., American Association for the Advancement of Science. Section H--Anthropology
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxi, 267 p. :
    Number of Pages267
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL18911681M

    Hunter gatherers: Invented to undermine First Nations people Life was not a 'walkabout' for the First Nations peoples before their sustainable farms were destroyed and the 'lucky' ones chased out of their homes and hunted off the country, and forced into hunting and gathering for survival. Bookshare - Accessible Books for Individuals with Print Disabilities. Incentives in Water Quality Management: France and the Ruhr Area Resource Managers: North American And Australian Hunter-Gatherers Eugene S. Hunn Nancy M. Williams: Contains images.

    " Always Ask: Resource Use and Landownership among the Pintupi of Central Australia." In N. Williams and E. Hunn, eds., Resource Managers: North American and Australian Hunter-Gatherers. Boulder: Westview Press. (republished by Australian . Always ask: resource use and land ownership among Pintupi Aboriginals of the Australia Western Desert. In: ‘Resource Managers: North America and Australian Hunter Gatherers’. (Eds N. Williams and E. Hunn.) pp. – (AAAS: Washington, DC.).

    Abstract. The hypothesis of the Neolithic demographic transition (NDT) postulates that sharp increases in birthrates occurred as populations in different parts of the world adopted sedentary lifestyles and food storage, reduced their birth intervals, and came to depend increasingly on food production as opposed to foraging. The Koyukon are an Alaska Native Athabascan people of the Athabascan-speaking ethnolinguistic group. Their traditional territory is along the Koyukuk and Yukon rivers where they subsisted by hunting and trapping for thousands of years. Many Koyukon live in a similar manner today. The Koyukon language belongs to a large family called Na-Dené or Athabascan, .


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Section H--Anthropology.;]. ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: [1 volume]. Contents: Introduction / Eugene S. Hunn, Nancy M. Williams --Mobility as a factor limiting resource use in the Columbia Plateau of North America / Eugene S. Hunn --Fire technology and resource management in aboriginal North America and Australia / Henry T.

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Section H--Anthropology.;] -- Land ownership; use of resources; division of labour q.v. article annotations for details. To cite this article: Atholl Anderson () Resour ce Managers: North American and Australian Hunter-Gatherers, Journal of the Royal Society of Ne w Zealand, DOI: / Author: Atholl Anderson.

This book examines hunter/gatherer societies in Australia and North America, including topics such as the availability of resources vis-a-vis expanding and stable human populations, ecological relationships, and geographic boundaries and boundary resource use. Resource Managers: North American and Australian Hunter-Gatherers.

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The authors of this book look at hunting and gathering societies in Australia and North America, searching for the essential, as distinct from local, manifestations of human-environment relations.

Get this from a library. Resource managers: North American and Australian hunter-gatherers. [Eugene S Hunn; Nancy M Williams;] -- See edition for annotation. Complex Hunter–Gatherers in Evolution and History: A North American Perspective Article (PDF Available) in Journal of Archaeological Research 12(3).

Resource Managers: North American and Australian Hunter-Gatherers, edited by Nancy M. Williams and Eugene S. Hunn. Australian Institute of Aboriginal Studies, P.O. BoxCanberra, ACT, pp.

$A, limp. This book is a reprint of a collection of papers arising from a symposium held at the   Hunter-gatherers with a high dependence on fishing are more likely to have internal warfare than external warfare (Ember ). Amongst prehistoric hunter-gatherers in central California, resource scarcity predicts more violence as indicated by sharp force skeletal trauma in burial sites (Allen et al.

His books include Tzeltal Folk Zoology: The Classification of Discontinuities in Nature (Academic Press, ), Resource Managers: North American and Australian Hunter-Gatherers, co-edited with N.

Williams (Westview, ), Nch’i-Wána, ‘The Big River’: Mid-Columbia Indians and their Land (University of Washington Press, ), and A. To have and have not: the ecology of sharing among hunter-gatherers. In: ‘Resource Managers: North American and Australian Hunter Gatherers’. (Eds N.

Williams and E. Hunn.) pp. 69– (Australian Institute of Aboriginal Studies: Canberra.) Graham C., and Hart D. ‘Prospects for the Australian Native Bushfood Industry. The collective aim of many of this Journal's readers is to provide Indigenous Australians with a sound education to allow us (Indigenous Australia) to take a more active role in Australian society.

My personal research interest is in business studies, training Indigenous Australians in management and business principles. Rethinking the Study of Landscape Management Practices among Hunter-Gatherers in North America Article in American Antiquity 78(2) April with 66 Reads How we measure 'reads'.

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Williams and E. Hunn. Boulder, CO: Westview. Google Scholar. The control of productive resources on the northwest coast of North America.

Pp. 93 – in Resource Managers: North American and Australian Hunter-Gatherers (Eds Williams, N.M. & Hunn, E.S.).We present evidence for cultivation of marine resources among aboriginal peoples of the Northwest Coast of North America.

While such evidence has been marshalled for plant cultivation, we argue that similar cultivation techniques developed around salmon and other critical marine resources of which they had intimate knowledge, and that such interventions .Managers: North American and Australian Hunter-Gatherers, edited by Nancy M.

Williams and Eugene S. Hunn, AAAS Selected Sympos Washington, D.C., pp. * "A Dialogue on the Meaning and Use of Analogy in Ethnoarchaeological Reasoning", by R. A.