Settlement archaeology, edited and with an introduction by K.C. Chang.
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ix, 229 pages illustrations, maps 23 cm
Includes bibliographical references.
Toward a science of prehistoric society, by K.C. Chang.--Prehistory, typology, and the study of society, by I. Rouse.--Cultural patterning of behavior as reflected by archaeological materials, by J. Deetz.--Time's arrow and the archaeology of a contemporary community, by R. Ascher.--The determinants of settlement patterns, by B.G. Trigger.--Relationships among houses, settlement areas, and population in aboriginal California, by S.F. Cook and R.F. Heizer.--Inferences from the shape of dwellings, by J.W.M. Whiting and B. Ayres.--The state and settlement patterns in the New World, by W. Sears.--Some aspects of Zinacantan settlement patterns and ceremonial organization, by E.Z. Vogt.--Settlement pattern in microcosm: the changing aspect of a Nubian village during twelve centuries, by W.Y. Adams.--Settlement archaeology: an apprasial, by G.R. Willey.
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|WorldCat Identities||Chang, Kwang-chih.
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