The Ainu ecosystem : environment and group structure / by Hitoshi Watanabe.
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|GN41 .A51 no.54 1973||
|DS832 .W37 1973||Available||Request|
Aïnous (Peuple d'Asie)
American Ethnological Society. Monographs ; 54.
ix, 170 pages : illustrations, maps, genealogical tables ; 27 cm.
Originally published July 1964 in the Journal of the Faculty of Science, University of Tokyo, section 5, Anthropology, volume 2, part 6, under title: The Ainu: a study of ecology and the system of social solidarity between man and nature in relation to group structure.
Includes bibliographical references (pages 160-164).
An ethnological study of the Ainu people, aboriginal inhabitants living in Hokkaido, southern Sakhalin, and the southern part of the Kurile Islands, Japan; based on data gathered frrom 1952-1959.
Introduction -- Group structure -- Food-getting activities -- Cooperation and division of labor -- Territories and gathering areas -- The system of social solidarity between man and nature -- Summary and conclusions -- Notes -- References cited -- A short history of Ainu studies.
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