Theory of Culture Change: The Methodology of Multilinear Evolution

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University of Illinois Press, 1972 - Social Science - 244 pages
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Contents

Introduction
Concepts and Methods
ii
MULTILINEAR EVOLUTION EVOLUTION AND PROCESS
11
THE CONCEPT AND METHOD OF CULTURAL ECOLOGY
30
LEVELS OF SOCIOCULTURAL INTEGRATION AN OPERATIONAL CONCEPT
43
NATIONAL SOCIOCULTURAL SYSTEMS
64
CULTURE AREA AND CULTURAL TYPE IN ABORIGINAL AMERICA METHODOLOGICAL CONSIDERATIONS
78
Substantive Applications
99
THE PATRILINEAL BAND
122
THE COMPOSITE HUNTING BAND
143
LINEAGE TO CLAN ECOLOGICAL ASPECTS OF SOUTHWESTERN SOCIETY
151
VARIATION IN ECOLOGICAL ADAPTATION THE CARRIER INDIANS
173
DEVELOPMENT OF COMPLEX SOCIETIES CULTURAL CAUSALITY AND LAW A TRIAL FORMULATION OF THE DEVELOPMENT OF E...
178
ANALYSIS OF COMPLEX CONTEMPORARY SOCIETIES CULTURE PATTERNS OF PUERTO RICO
210
Bibliography
223
Index
237

THE GREAT BASIN SHOSHONEAN INDIANS AN EXAMPLE OF A FAMILY LEVEL OF SOCIOCULTURAL INTEGRATION
101

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