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Society in Prehistory: The Origins of Human Culture
Tim Megarry. Since the 1960s, spectacular advances have been made in the story of prehistory. It is now possible to reconstruct the behavior & social life of pre-human ancestors as much as 2 million years ago. Archeology, primate studies, genetics, paleontology, hunter-gatherer studies, & anthropology have all contributed to significant breakthroughs in our understanding of human origins, necessitating an approach to prehistory that is not tied to a particularly disciplinary approach. Here is an interdisciplinary survey of prehistory. Chapters focus on culture & evolution; biology & culture; primate societies; the first hominids; tools & culture; the economics of foraging; modern humans & human behavior; sex & the division of labor; & sexuality & social life.
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