A comparison of subsistence cultures and their interactions with non-human primates

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Capel, Tara
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2018
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Amazon , Bantu , Baka , Brazil , Conservation , Gatherers , Guaja , Hunter , Indigenous , South America
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It is likely that 99% of human existence was spent as hunter-gatherers. While most academics approve of this fact, few agree on an explicit definition of hunter-gatherers. If defined through social organization, hunter-gatherers would only be able to live in band societies. Bands grow and shrink in size depending on the constraints of surrounding resources (Lee, 1999).

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Capel, Tara. 2018. A comparison of subsistence cultures and their interactions with non-human primates -- Lambda Alpha Journal, v.48, p.56-65
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Wichita State University. Department of Anthropology
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0047-3928
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