Fortunato, L.; (2008) A phylogenetic approach to the history of cultural practices. In: James, W. and Allen, N. and Callan, H. and Dunbar, R., (eds.) Early Human Kinship: From Sex to Social Reproduction. (pp. 189-199). Wiley-Blackwell: Chichester, UK.
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Book description: Early Human Kinship brings together original studies from leading figures in the biological sciences, social anthropology, archaeology, and linguistics to provide a major breakthrough in the debate over human evolution and the nature of society. A major new collaboration between specialists across the range of the human sciences including evolutionary biology and psychology; social/cultural anthropology; archaeology and linguistics. Provides a ground-breaking set of original studies offering a new perspective on early human history. Debates fundamental questions about early human society: Was there a connection between the beginnings of language and the beginnings of organized 'kinship and marriage'? How far did evolutionary selection favor gender and generation as principles for regulating social relations? Sponsored by the Royal Anthropological Institute of Great Britain and Ireland in conjunction with the British Academy
|Title:||A phylogenetic approach to the history of cultural practices|
|UCL classification:||UCL > School of Arts and Social Sciences > Faculty of Social and Historical Sciences > Anthropology|
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