THE XILIXANA YANOMAMI OF THE AMAZON HISTORY SOCIAL STRUCTURE AND POPULATION DYNAMICS

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The Xilixana Yanomami Of The Amazon

Author : John D. Early
ISBN : 0813017629
Genre : History
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"Recapturing details of the group's history and demography back to 1930, the authors describe the fortunes and misfortunes of the Yanomami over a period of nearly seven decades, including 28 years prior to their first contact with the outside world. For each of eight villages, they present a complete demographic profile of fertility, mortality, and migration. They also explain some of the mysteries of Yanomami social structure and offer specific information on both the number and the reasons for the tribe's infanticide, a topic that has received vague treatment in other writing."--Jacket.
Category: History

Mobility And Migration In Indigenous Amazonia

Author : Miguel N. Alexiades
ISBN : 1845455630
Genre : Social Science
File Size : 71.18 MB
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Contrary to ingrained academic and public assumptions, wherein indigenous lowland South American societies are viewed as the product of historical emplacement and spatial stasis, there is widespread evidence to suggest that migration and displacement have been the norm, and not the exception. This original and thought-provoking collection of case studies examines some of the ways in which migration, and the concomitant processes of ecological and social change, have shaped and continue to shape human-environment relations in Amazonia. Drawing on a wide range of historical time frames (from pre-conquest times to the present) and ethnographic contexts, different chapters examine the complex and important links between migration and the classification, management, and domestication of plants and landscapes, as well as the incorporation and transformation of environmental knowledge, practices, ideologies and identities.
Category: Social Science

Life And Death Matters

Author : Barbara Rose Johnston
ISBN : 9781315425368
Genre : Social Science
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The first edition of Life and Death Matters was a breakthrough text, centralizing the experiences of those on the front lines of environmental crises and forging new paradigms for understanding how crises emerge and how different groups of actors respond to them. This second edition, fully updated with both expanded and new chapters, once again provides a benchmark for the field and opens important pathways for further research. Authors reassess the state of scholarship and grassroots activism in a new century when social and environmental systems are being reconceptualised within post-9/11 security and biosecurity frameworks, when global warming and resource scarcity are not fears but realities, when global power and politics are being realigned, and when ecocide, ethnocide, and genocide are daily tragedies. This bold new edition of Life and Death Matters will be a widely used textbook and essential reading for students, scholars, and policy makers.
Category: Social Science

Scoping The Amazon

Author : Stephen Nugent
ISBN : 9781315420400
Genre : Social Science
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The Amazon Indian is an icon that straddles the world between the professional anthropologist and the popular media. Presented alternately as the noble primitive, the savior of the environment, and as a savage, dissolute, cannibalistic half-human, it is an image well worth examining. Stephen Nugent does just that, critiquing the claims of authoritativeness inherent in visual images presented by anthropologists of Amazon life in the early 20th century and comparing them with the images found in popular books, movies, and posters. The book depicts the field of anthropology as its own form of culture industry and contrasts it to other similar industries, past and present. For visual anthropologists, ethnographers, Amazon specialists, and popular culture researchers, Nugent's book will be enlightening, entertaining reading.
Category: Social Science

Yanomami

Author : Rob Borofsky
ISBN : 9780520244047
Genre : History
File Size : 67.8 MB
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Yanomami raises questions central to the field of anthropology - questions concerning the practice of fieldwork, the production of knowledge, and anthropology's intellectual and ethical vision of itself. Using the Yanomami controversy - one of anthropology's most famous and explosive imbroglios - as its starting point, this books considers how fieldwork is done, how professional credibility and integrity are maintained, and how the discipline might change to address central theoretical and methodological problems. Both the most up-to-date and thorough public discussion of the Yanomami controve.
Category: History

A Brief History Of Brazil

Author : Teresa A. Meade
ISBN : 9781438108216
Genre : Brazil
File Size : 48.15 MB
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Only slightly smaller in size than the United States
Category: Brazil

Great Events From History 1998 2008

Author : Carl Leon Bankston
ISBN : PSU:000068095932
Genre : History
File Size : 39.77 MB
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The latest edition in the overwhelmingly popular Great Events from History series, Modern Scandals examines over 400 of the most important and most publicized scandals throughout the world since the beginning of the twentieth century. The essays in this set are 3-5 pages long and follow the same reader-friendly format that users have come to expect from the Great Events from History series.
Category: History

The Evolution Of Human Life History

Author : Kristen Hawkes
ISBN : 0852551703
Genre : Literary Collections
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Human beings may share 98 percent of their genetic makeup with their nonhuman primate cousins, but they have distinctive life histories. When and why did these human patterns evolve?
Category: Literary Collections