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Hunter-Gatherer Childhoods

Evolutionary, Developmental, and Cultural Perspectives (Evolutionary Foundations of Human Behavior)

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Published by Aldine Transaction .
Written in English


Edition Notes

ContributionsMichael E. Lamb (Editor), Barry S. Hewlett (Editor)
The Physical Object
Number of Pages483
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL7409453M
ISBN 100202307492
ISBN 109780202307497

More Stories from The Hunter-Gatherer Way. Author: Ffyona Campbell; Publisher: Hunter-Gatherer Way ISBN: Category: Page: View: DOWNLOAD NOW» In THE BEAT OF A DIFFERENT DRUM, More Stories from the Hunter-Gatherer Way, the author explores the mysteries of the Bronze Age; stone circles; stone rows; evolution and the reason for the planet.   Hunting and gathering is, evolutionarily, the defining subsistence strategy of our species. Studying how children learn foraging skills can, therefore, provide us with key data to test theories about the evolution of human life history, cognition, and social behavior. Modern foragers, with their vast cultural and environmental diversity, have mostly been studied by:

Summary: "The twenty-six contributors to Hunter-Gatherer Childhoods use three general but complementary theoretical approaches - evolutionary, developmental, cultural - in their presentations of new and insightful ethnographic data.   In the very old days. In the days of our lives as hunter-gatherers. In fact, Gray thinks we should return childhood to its formative roots and design learning environments around what he refers to as the core social values of hunter-gatherer society: autonomy, sharing, and equality.

Introduction. Humans and their ancestors were hunter–gatherers for over 99% of the existence of the genus Homo (Cordain et al., ).However, “the history of the p years consists of tales of hunter–gatherer societies becoming driven out, infected, conquered or exterminated by farming societies in every area of the world suitable for farming” (Diamond, ). "The twenty-six contributors to Hunter-Gatherer Childhoods use three general but complementary theoretical approaches - evolutionary, developmental, cultural - in their presentations of new and insightful ethnographic data.


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Desert-born adults recall a childhood spent foraging with other children to keep themselves fed while the women hunted burrowed game and men hunted mobile game. If learning and experience account for Martu children's hunting decisions, this would suggest that it takes over ten years to learn to hunt like adults in the sandhill by: About the Edition "The twenty-six contributors to Hunter-Gatherer Childhoods use three general but complementary theoretical approaches - evolutionary, developmental, cultural - in their presentations Cited by:   The Nature of Hunter-Gatherer Childhood Introduction Adaptation is one of the schools of thought that were popularized in the field of Psychology.

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The tools used by hunter-gatherer societies to hunt animals were bows and arrows and harpoons. They also used an atlatl, which is a tool like a spear-thrower that uses leverage to gain speed in dart or spear- throwing.

Ancient hunter-gatherer societies domesticated dogs, wheat, maize and millet.This is a summary of the chapter “The Play Theory of Hunter-Gatherer Egalitarianism” from a book about human evolution.

See Gray,in References. References.South Africans. The hunter-gatherer presence in Africa is woven into the fabric of life as well in myths, stories, place names, and in the cultural imagination of the continent’s peoples, both black and white.

Africa today is a continent of city folk, traders, wage workers, farmers, and by: