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Contemporary archaeology; a guide to theory and contributions. Edited by Mark P. Leone.


Carbondale, Southern Illinois University Press [1972] .
ISBN 9780809305131, 0809305135

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Subjects America -- Antiquities.
America.
Antiquities.
Archaeology.
Archa╠łologie.
Indians -- Antiquities.
Description xv, 460 pages illustrations 28 cm
Copyright Date [1972]
Notes Includes bibliographical references (pages 411-450).
Contents part 1. The scope of the changes in contemporary archaeology -- Introduction -- chapter 1. The revolution in archaeology / Paul S. Martin -- chapter 2. Issues in anthropological archaeology / Mark P. Leone -- chapter 3. Old wine and new skins: a contemporary parable / Walter W. Taylor -- chapter 4. Interpretive trends and linear models in american archaeology / Raymond H. Thompson -- part 2 The origins of contemporary change -- Introduction -- chapter 5. The urban revolution / V. Gordon Childe -- chapter 6. Conjectures concerning the social organization of the Mogollon Indians / Paul S. Martin -- chapter 7. The economic approach to prehistory / Grahame Clark -- chapter 8. The conceptual structure in Middle American studies / Clyde Kluckhohn -- chapter 9. Review of James A. Ford's Measurements of some prehistoric design developments in the southeastern states / Albert C. Spaulding -- part 3. The theoretical base of contemporary archaeology -- Introduction -- chapter 10. Archaeology as anthropology / Lewis R. Binford -- chapter 11. Culture history volume cultural process: a debate in american archaeology / Kent V. Flannery -- chapter 12. Archaeology as a social science / James F. Deetz -- chapter 13. Historical and historic sites archaeology as anthropology: basic definitions and relationships / Robert L. Schuyler -- chapter 14. Archaeological systematics and the study of culture process / Lewis R. Binford -- part 4. The methodological base of contemporary archaeology -- Introduction -- chapter 15. Archaeological systems for indirect observation of the past / John M. Fritz -- chapter 16. A consideration of archaeological research design / Lewis R. Binford -- chapter 17. A review of techniques for archaeological sampling / Sonia Ragir -- part 5. Archaeological strategy for the study of hunter-gatherers -- Introduction -- chapter 18. Lithic analysis in Paleoanthropology / Edwin N. Wilmsen -- chapter 19. The Clovis hunters: an alternative view of their environment and ecology / Frederick Gorman -- chapter 20. Archaeological systems theory and early Mesoamerica / Kent. V. Flannery -- part 6. Archaeological strategy of the study of horticulturists -- Introduction -- chapter 21. Post-Pleistocene adaptations / Lewis R. Binford -- chapter 22. The ecology of early food production in Mesopotamia / Kent V. Flannery -- chapter 23. Carrying capacity and dynamic equilibrium in the prehistoric southwest / Ezra B.W. Zubrow -- 24. Explaining variability in prehistoric southwestern water control systems / Fred T. Plog and Cheryl K. Garrett -- chapter 25. Changes in the adaptations of southwestern basketmakers: a system perspective / Michael A. Glassow -- chapter 26. The Hopewell Interaction Sphere in Riverine-western Great Lakes culture history / Stuart Struever -- chapter 27. Archaeology as anthropology: a case study / William A. Longacre -- chapter 28. A prehistoric community in eastern Arizona / James N. Hill -- chapter 29. The Olmec were-jaguar motif in the light of ethnographic reality / Peter T. Furst -- part 7. Archaeological strategy for the study of complex agriculturalists -- Introduction -- chapter 30. Some hypotheses of the development of early civilizations / Robert M. Adams -- chapter 31. Praise the gods and pass the metates: a hypothesis of the development of lowland rainforest civilizations in Mesoamerica / William L. Rathje -- chapter 32. State settlements in Tawantinsuyu: a strategy of compulsory urbanism / Craig Morris -- chapter 33. Death's head, cherub, urn and willow / James F. Deetz and Edwin S. Dethlefsen.
Geographic Area North America
South America
Network Numbers (OCoLC)579129
(OCoLC)ocm00579129
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WorldCat Identities Leone, Mark P.,
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