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Agency, Structure and the Neo-Liberal Turn (2017)
DOCUMENT Citation Only 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...


Archaeological Inference and the Concept of Culture (2016)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Charles Boyd. Donna Boyd.

To anthropologists (as most North American archaeologists consider themselves to be), the ultimate goal of anthropology is the understanding of human cultures. Archaeologists define past cultures through the repeated clustering of specific sets and types of material objects and features in space and time. However, are archaeologists (and cultural anthropologists, for that matter) truly able to reconstruct and "see" that "complex whole" that Edward Tylor defined as culture in the 19th century? In...


Bratislava und seine kulturellen Beziehungen entlang der Donau (2001)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Štefan Holčik.

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Early Ceramics and Culture: a Review of Interpretations. In Early Woodland Archeology (1986)
DOCUMENT Citation Only James A. Brown.

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Eine (1949)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Bronislaw Malinowski.

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Genes, Culture, and the Archaeological Record (2019)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Michael O'Brien.

This is an abstract from the "The Extended Evolutionary Synthesis and Human Origins: Archaeological Perspectives" session, at the 84th annual meeting of the Society for American Archaeology. As archaeology increasingly turns to explanatory models of cultural evolution based on a Darwinian perspective, three processes—dual inheritance, cultural transmission, and, more recently, niche construction—have assumed prominent positions. Until the early 1980s, the behavioral sciences tended to draw a...


An introduction to modern archeology (1972)
DOCUMENT Citation Only J. Ned. Woodall.

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The long and short of it: timescales for cultural change and transmission in the Vinca complex of SE Europe (2015)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Alasdair Whittle. Nenad Tasic. Wolfram Schier. Eszter Banffy. Alex Bayliss.

The Times of Their Lives project has produced modelled date estimates for the major phases of the Vinca complex in SE Europe, spanning the later sixth to mid-fifth millennium cal BC. That is a considerable advance in our understanding of the broad rate of cultural change. But site-specific date estimates within the complex also allow detailed comparisons of the timing of the introduction of novel material forms, especially in pottery, down to a much more precise scale. Examples from the...


Modelling the chronology of Neolithic ceramics in eastern France (2015)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Seren Griffiths.

The associations of decorative motifs on Neolithic pots from the Alsace region of the upper Rhine valley, eastern France, have been rigorously studied by Philippe Lefranc and Anthony Denaire using correspondence analysis. Separate sequences are available for the Early (LBK) Neolithic pottery and for a series of related Middle Neolithic ceramic styles, running from the later sixth to later fifth millennia cal BC. Within the ‘Times of Their Lives’ project, the absolute chronology of this cultural...


Nationalpark Donau-Auen. Naturschutz als Kulturobjekt (2001)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Carl Manzano.

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Problem of the Culture From the Arvilla Gravel Pit (1932)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Albert E. Jenks.

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Samoan Culture (1996)
DOCUMENT Citation Only John William Hart.

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The Seventeenth-Century Brewhouse at Ferryland, Newfoundland (2018)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Arthur R Clausnitzer Jr.

Built between 1622 and 1623, the brewhouse structure at George Calvert’s Ferryland plantation stood for a about two decades, before being removed as part of David Kirke’s reorganization of the colony in the early 1640s. As beer and bread, which were also produced in the brewhouse, were staples of the English diet, this appeared to be an unusual choice. Analysis of the associated material culture and architectural remains provides insight into the organization of Calvert’s colony. It also...


St. Thomas Negroes--a Study of Personality and Culture (1943)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Albert Angus Campbell.

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The Subculture of the U.S.Army during WWII and Its Impact on the Construction of a New Airbase in the Aleutian Islands, Alaska (2013)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Christopher Roe.

This presentation reviews my MA thesis which examined how the subculture of a military organization can influence the construction of a new facility. During World War II, the U.S. Army had an upper class of commissioned officers who had access to many resources and a lower class of enlisted personnel who had limited resources. The U.S. Army also segregated African American and female soldiers, each group being restricted in unit assignment, work done, and separation from other white or male...


"Tha e air a dhol don fhaochaig – He has gone to the whelk shell" – Inequality in the Land of the Gael. (2013)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Kevin James Grant.

Poverty is relative. In the 17th century, Gaels of Scotland's Highlands and Islands inhabited a surprisingly equal society. Many Chiefs and most junior nobles in the clan system lived in dwellings little grander than that of the average Highlander, with equally few possessions. More importantly, all Gaels were inheritors of an ancient culture of aristocratic origin to which they had rights of access. Few individuals had much; but fewer had nothing. During the course of the 18th and 19th...


"Vivat tempus!" oder Geschichte und Alltagskultur als Abenteuer im Freilichtmuseum? Chancen und Risiken personaler Vermittlung im LWL-Freilichtmuseum Detmold (2008)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Gefion Apel.

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Werben für Kultur (2001)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Erich Pöttschacher.

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Zum Schutz von Kulturgütern aus archäologischer Sicht (2000)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Hubert D. Szemetny.

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