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HODDER, Ian. The Spatial Organisation of Culture . (Pittsburgh, PA): University of Pittsburgh Press, (1978). Pp. 310. Illustrated. 8vo, brown cloth. Contents: Hodder's "Simple correlations between material culture and society: A review", White and Modjeska's "Where do all the stone tools go? Some examples and problems in their social and spatial distrbution in the Papua New Guinea Highlands", Arnold's "Ceramic variability, environment and culture history among the Pokom in the valey of Guatemala", Stanislawski's "Hopi and Hopi-Tewa ceramic tradition networks", Crossland and Posnansky's "Pottery, people and trade at Begho, Ghana", Hodder's "The spatial structure of material 'cultures': A review of some of the evidence", Shennan's "Archaeological 'cultures': An empirical investigation", Engelbrecht's "Ceramic patterning between New York Iroquois sites", Hodder's "Some effects of distance on patterns of human interaction", Ammerman, Matessi, and Cavalli-Sforza's "Some new approaches to the study of the obsidian trade in the Mediterranean and adjacent areas", Hodder's "Social organisation and human interaction: The development of some tentative hypotheses in terms of material culture", and Richards's "Spatial organisation and social change in West Africa; Notes for historians and archaeologists". Vg in dj. 60.00
Title: Spatial Organisation of Culture. in dj.
Publisher: University of Pittsburgh Press, Pittsburgh, PA, 1978, ISBN:0822911345:
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