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Методологитческие вопросы аркхеологии (1976)

Citation DOCUMENT Yakow Abramovitsch Sher.

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Експерименталныи анализ и ыего место в методике и теории аркхеологии (1978)

Citation DOCUMENT Galina Fedorovna Korobkova.

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Теория експеримента (1971)

Citation DOCUMENT V V Nalimov.

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Absent Father and Cross-Sex Identity. In: Reader in Comparative Religion: an Anthropological Aproach - 2nd Edition (1965)

Citation DOCUMENT Roger V. Burton. John W. M. Whiting.

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Abstract: Migration Theory and Historical Population Movements in Western Alaska (1962)

Citation DOCUMENT Wendell H. Oswalt.

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Acculturation and Its Discontents: Rethinking Models of Interpopulation Interaction during the Middle-Upper Paleolithic Transition (2018)

Citation DOCUMENT Julien Riel-Salvatore. Allison Parrish.

Given how large the topic of acculturation looms in discussions of the Middle-Upper Paleolithic transition, it is surprising how little attention has been paid to defining it in order to develop operational concepts that can be tested against the archaeological record. In the specific context of the Middle-Upper Paleolithic transition, the notion of acculturation has usually been considered as a unidirectional, one-size-fits-all social mechanism to explain both the appearance of transitional...


Actualismo e invertebrados procesos de formación de sitios e indicadores conductuales para el registro arqueológico del Holoceno Tardía en los Vilos (2005)

Citation DOCUMENT C Mendéz.

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Adaptation (1975)

Citation DOCUMENT Alexander Alland, Jr..

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Adaptive Aspects of Culture Shock (1971)

Citation DOCUMENT Barbara Gallatin Anderson.

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Advances in Archaeological Method and Theory - Volume 1 (1978)

Citation DOCUMENT Michael B. Schiffer.

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Advances in Archaeological Method and Theory - Volume 5 (1982)

Citation DOCUMENT Michael B. Schiffer.

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Advances in Archaeological Method and Theory - Volume 6 (1983)

Citation DOCUMENT Michael B. Schiffer.

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Advances in Archaeological Method and Theory - Volume 7 (1984)

Citation DOCUMENT Michael B. Schiffer.

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Advances in Archaeological Method and Theory - Volumes 2 (1979)

Citation DOCUMENT Michael B. Schiffer.

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Advances in Archaeological Method and Theory - Volumes 3 (1980)

Citation DOCUMENT Michael B. Schiffer.

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Agency, Structure and the Neo-Liberal Turn (2017)

Citation DOCUMENT David Whitley.

Recent theoretical over-emphasis on human agency and denial of the significance of socio-cultural structure presents a radical challenge to a century of research. It implies that Durkheim, Boas, Weber, etc., are irrelevant, and that long-standing structures of inequality (e.g., of gender or race) somehow do not exist or are not important. Examination of recent human-agency studies illustrates that, instead of studying human agency as action, interpretations are based on the kinds of structures...


Agreement Between Biological Classification Systems Is Not Dependent On Cultural Transmission (1987)

Citation DOCUMENT James S. Boster.

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Albert Spaulding and Archaeological Method and Theory (1977)

Citation DOCUMENT George L. Cowgill.

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Allgemeine Bemerkungen zur experimentellen Archäologie (2000)

Citation DOCUMENT Hannes Herdits.

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American Disruptive Archaeologies: The Theory and Practice of Punk (2015)

Citation DOCUMENT Andrew D. Reinhard.

In my presentation, I will look at the five most common tenets of Punk Archaeology as an approach to Public Archaeology, citing contemporary examples of each within an American context: • Apply a do-it-yourself (DIY) aesthetic to archaeology projects, especially when funding, personnel, and other kinds of support are lacking. • Study marginalized archaeologies, and conduct the archaeology of cultures and places eschewed by the Academy. • Study the history and archaeology of Punk and Punk...


Analogy in Archaeological Interpretation (1961)

Citation DOCUMENT Robert Ascher.

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Analogy in archaeological interpretation (1961)

Citation DOCUMENT Robert Ascher.

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Anarchy in the UK (2015)

Citation DOCUMENT Lorna J Richardson.

This paper will view British public archaeology through the lens of the specifically British experience of politically energetic and aggressive militant working class sub-cultural phenomenon of punk rock, which asked questions about social issues such as unemployment, racism, sexism, identity and militarism, and the contradictions inherent within a Punk Public Archaeology approach in the UK. It will situate the DIY aesthetic of British Punk Public Archaeology as a cultural expression within a...


Ancient DNA Analysis of Microbes Preserved in Dental Calculus: Challenges And Opportunities (2018)

Citation DOCUMENT Laura Weyrich. Alan Cooper. Keith Dobney.

Sequencing ancient microorganisms using next generation sequencing approaches have truly revolutionized our view of the past. While past paleomicrobiological research was largely restricted to coprolites and sediments, the recent analyses of ancient calcified dental plaque has provided novel insights into ancient human diets, disease, behaviors, and lifestyles. Despite the benefits, obtaining DNA from diverse microbial communities is difficult and is fraught with issues for first time...


Animal Agents in the Human Environment (2018)

Citation DOCUMENT Steven Ammerman.

Humans’ increasingly close relationship to animals constitutes one of the most important cultural, social, and economic developments of the past ten thousand years of our history, as well as being a key factor in the changes in climate referred to as the Anthropocene. Animals are important resources of food, labor, and secondary products in many societies, as well as symbolically important features of the ritual landscape. As relationships with animals intensify, processes such as domestication...

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