3 edition of Ecology, Sociopolitical Organization, and Cultural Change on the Southern Plains found in the catalog.
November 7, 1996
by Truman State University Press
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||214|
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Ecology, Sociopolitical Organization, and Cultural Change on the Southern Plains analyzes the literature on the Kiowa, Comanche, and Plains Apache and provides a study of the Plains Indians from prehistoric times to the present.
Michael G. Davis tests and refutes John Price's simple hypothesis that related the success of aboriginal culture to preadaptation for modern. Get this from a library. Ecology, sociopolitical organization, and cultural change on the southern plains: a critical treatise in the sociocultural anthropology of Native North America.
[Michael G Davis]. Ecology, Sociopolitical Organization, and Cultural Change on the Southern Plains: A Critical Treatise in the Sociocultural Anthropology of Native North America. by Michael G. Davis (p. Cultural ecology also has its roots in an earlier cultural anthropology, particularly the study of Sociopolitical Organization geographic and environmental context of culture change.
The neo-evolutionist Leslie White reacted to the idealism of the cultural approach, turning his attention to the progress of technology in harnessing. Ecology and Human Organization on the Great Plains. Authors (view affiliations) Recent and Paleoindian Environments of the Southern High Plains.
Douglas B. Bamforth. Pages Paleoindian Adaptations on the Great Plains. Douglas B. Bamforth. Pages Paleoindian Responses to Environmental Change on the Sociopolitical Organization High Plains.
Offering the essentials of variation in subsistence technology and environment. This short, versatile book clearly and concisely illustrates the central concepts and general principles of cultural ecology.
It introduces students to the topic of ecological anthropology by presenting illustrative ethnographic cases of hunter-gatherer, pastoralist, and agricultural societies. Ecology and Human Organization on the Great Plains (Interdisciplinary Contributions to Archaeology); Douglas B. Bamforth; Hardcover; $ (Special Order) Ecology, Sociopolitical Organization, and Cultural Change on the Southern Plains: A Critical Treatise in the Sociocultural Anthropology of Native nor ; Michael G.
Davis; Hardcover; $ Introduction to cultural ecology [pos] 1. INTRODUCTION TO CULTURAL ECOLOGY Second Edition Mark Q. Sutton and E. Anderson 2. Introduction to Cultural Ecology 3. Introduction to Cultural Ecology Second Edition M A R K Q.
S U T TO N A N D E. A N D E R S O N A division of ROWMAN & LITTLEFIELD PUBLISHERS, INC. suggested: Davis, Ecology, Sociopolitical Organization, and Cultural Change on the Southern Plains; Lowie, Indians of the Plains; Powers, War Dance; Lucas, Without Him They Have No Songs: One Singer in the Apache Tribe of Oklahoma.
Book Information; In their book, Resilience and the cultural landscape – understanding and managing change in human-shaped environments, the editors Plieninger and Bieling bring together cultural landscape and resilience approaches to provide new insights into the social-ecological resilience of cultural have combined 19 contributions from a broad Author: Jennifer Hauck.
The Cultural Ecology of the Corporation: Explaining Diversity in Work Group Responses to Organizational Transformation MARIVITA L. BABA Wayne State University The concepts ofhuman and cultural ecology are extended to explain divergent work group responses to a transformational change program in a Fortune manufacturing Size: 6MB.
Organizational ecology (also organizational demography and the population ecology of organizations) is a theoretical and empirical approach in the social sciences that is considered a sub-field of organizational zational ecology utilizes insights from biology, economics, and sociology, and employs statistical analysis to try to understand the conditions.
The multidisciplinary, multilevel scope of political ecology has been used as a rubric to explain environmental degradation or environmental change, and to understand their significance for different groups within society.
Political ecology approach is an inquiry into the political sources, conditions and ramification ofFile Size: KB. ecology or environmental change directly, the tradition of careful examination of envir-onmental change (rooted in older cultural ecology) remains alive in political ecology today.
For example, among the studies in political ecology that directly engage ecology and environmental change through detailed empirical research is the work of Matthew. Cultural Ecology: Contemporary Understanding of the Relationship Between Humans and the Environment Article (PDF Available) in Journal of Landscape Ecology 5(2) December with 6, Reads.
to relegate environment to a passive role in cultural formation. A solution which gave the environment a "creative" role to play and which allowed for a disassociation from simplistic geographical determinism was found in ecology.
In recent years an ecological approach has gained broad acceptance in an-Cited by: Other articles where Organizational ecology is discussed: organizational analysis: Challenges to contingency theory: The second major environmentalist school, organizational ecology, builds on parallels with bioecology and evolution—especially in its application of notions such as selection and adaptation to organizational change.
This approach follows the lead of institutionalists. Cultural ecology (and political ecology) in the 'environmental borderlands': Exploring the expanded connectivities within geography April Progress in.
Hannan & Freeman: Organizational Ecology. Population ecology is the study of dynamic changes within a given set of organizations.
Using the population as their level of analysis, population ecologists statistically examine the birth and mortality of organizations and organizational forms within the population over long periods. Ecology is a new science and considered as an important branch of biological science, having only become prominent during the second half of a century.
Ecological thought is derivative of established currents in philosophy, particularly from ethics and politics. Its history stems all the way back to the 4th century. Allen, Mark W., Tsim D. Schneider, Christopher Morgan, Kathleen L.
Hull & Kenneth M. Ames. Structured Tumult: A Review Forum for Robert L. Bettinger's book, Orderly Anarchy: Sociopolitical Evolution in Aboriginal California (one of five invited contributors to this review forum).
California Archaeology 8(1) Morgan, Christopher.Utilizing ethnographic and archaeological data and an updated paradigm derived from the best features of cultural ecology and ecological anthropology, this extensively illustrated book addresses over fifteen South American adaptive systems representing a broad cross section of band, village, chiefdom, and state societies throughout the continent over the p Cited by: 1.
Population: From toplains populated by nomadic plains Indians with highly developed horse culture: Kiowas, Missouris, Pawnees, Comanches, Crees, Arikaras, Assiniboins, Crows, Mandans, Snakes, Tetons. Indians are subdued by and moved onto reservations.
After ranchers move onto high plains. Ranches boom in s.