6 edition of Inujjuamiut foraging strategies found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 411-439) and indexes.
|Statement||Eric Alden Smith.|
|Series||Foundations of human behavior|
|LC Classifications||E99.E7 S538 1991|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xx, 455 p. :|
|Number of Pages||455|
|ISBN 10||020201181X, 0202011828|
|LC Control Number||91016781|
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Inujjuamiut Foraging Strategies evaluates the utility of models drawn from evolutionary ecologyCited by: Get this from a library. Inujjuamiut foraging strategies: evolutionary ecology of an arctic hunting economy. [Eric Alden Smith] -- This study of the hunters of the settlement of Inukjuak (Inujjuaq) in Ungava, northern Quebec, evaluates the utility of models drawn from evolutionary.
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Inujjuamiut Foraging Strategies evaluates the utility of models drawn from evolutionary ecology, including optimal foraging theory, in analyzing the subsistence economy of a contemporary hunting-gathering people Author: Eric Alden Smith.
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Humans have spent most of their evolutionary history in foraging economies. Inujjuamiut Foraging Strategies evaluates the utility of models drawn from evolutionary ecology, including optimal foraging theory, in analyzing the subsistence economy of a contemporary hunting-gathering people.
It synthesizes the theory and analytical techniques of. He is a specialist in Native American ethnography, human behavioral ecology, and evolutionary theory. He is the author of Inujjuamiut Foraging Strategies (), and is editor (with Bruce Winterhalder) of Hunter Gatherer Foraging Strategies () and Evolutionary Ecology and Human Behavior ().
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