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Mobility and territoriality - socia : Social and Spatial Boundaries Among Foragers, Fishers, Pastoralists and Peripatetics - Michael;Rao,Aparna Casimir

Mobility and territoriality - socia

Social and Spatial Boundaries Among Foragers, Fishers, Pastoralists and Peripatetics

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Territorial behaviour among various herders and hunter-gatherers has been discussed in earlier studies, but this is the first time that a comparison of these three types of mobile populations has been attempted. The original papers presented in this volume discuss the conditions and problems of securing access to resources among pastoralists, peripatetics, and hunting, gathering and fishing communities in Africa, Asia, Europe and the Middle East. A comprehensive introductory chapter places these empirical studies in a broader theoretical context of the behaviourial sciences.

Social and spatial boundary maintenance among southern African hunters-gatherers
Spatial mobility and access to resources among the African pygmies
Dynamics of Saami territoriality within the nation states of Norway, Sweden and Finland
Territorial resiliency among peripatetic peoples in Pakistan
Boundaries, obligations and reciprocity: levels of territoriality among the Cholanaickan of South India
Territoriality and Persian pastoralists: looking out from Kerman
The ecological determinants of territorial behaviour among mobile herders
Pastoral territoriality in West Afghanistan: an organisation of flexibility
Tribe, community and the concept of access to resources: territorial behaviour in south-east Ja'alan
Roma territoriality and state policy: the case of the socialist countries of East Europe
Socio/spatial organisation and territorial behaviour among fishing communities in the Persian Gulf
Roma and Romß in north-east Italy: two types of territorial behaviour in the same larger territory
The constraints of Nature or of culture? Pastoral resources and territorial behaviour in the Western Himalayas
Shared space and seasonal migration: the niches of the Nubian Halab
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ISBN: 9780854967391
ISBN-10: 0854967397
Series: Explorations in Anthropology S
Audience: BAC
Format: Hardcover
Language: English
Number Of Pages: 420
Published: 2nd January 1992
Publisher: BERG PUBL INC
Country of Publication: GB
Dimensions (cm): 21.6 x 13.8  x 3.18
Weight (kg): 0.57
Edition Number: 1