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Diggers and doggers : parallel failures in economic acculturation

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Diggers and doggers : parallel failures in economic acculturation
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Diggers and doggers : parallel failures in economic acculturation
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Compares Pitjantjatjara people and Numic speaking people of the Great Basin (U.S.A.), briefly describes food resources, population density, differing concepts of territoriality, white contact, post-contact changes in technology & subsistence - tools (metal, glass), housing, hunting of feral animals (firearms, use of dogs), employment (manufacture of weapons, dogging), social change - missions, education and lack of employment, increase in ceremonial life, Red Ochre cult, changes in kinship system; summary tabulates parallels
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Diggers and doggers : parallel failures in economic acculturation
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M0015948
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0020320
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Diggers and doggers : parallel failures in economic acculturation
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M0015948
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0020320

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