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Senri Ethnological Studies (SES)

No.53 The Social Economy of Sharing:Resource Allocation and Modern Hunter-Gatherers

September 8, 2000 Publication

Edited by, George W. Wenzel, Grete Hovelsrud-Broda, Nobuhiro Kishigami

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Contents
Preface
SHUZO KOYAMA and JIRO TANAKA
1. Introduction: Social Economy of Modern Hunter-Gatherers: Traditional Subsistence, New Resources
GEORGE W. WENZEL, GRETE HOVELSRUD-BRODA
and NOBUHIRO KISHIGAMI
2. Forager Food Sharing Economy: Transfers and Exchanges
POBERT C. HUNT
3. It's Good to Know Who Your Relatives Are but We Were Taught to Share with Everybody: Shares and Sharing among Inupiaq Households
BARBARA BODENHORN
4. Sharing, Money, and Modern Inuit Subsistence: Oblogation and Reciprocity at Clyde River, Nunavut
GEORGE W. WENZEL
5. Economies and Personhood: Demand Sharing among the Wiradjuri of New South Wales
GAYNOR MACDONALD
6. Monkey's Thigh is the Shaman's Meat: Ideologies of Sharing among the Raute of Nepal
ANA FORTIER
7. The Aka and Baka: Food Sharing Among Two Central Africa Hunter-Gatherer Groups
KOICHI KITANISHI
8. Contemporary Inuit Food Sharing and Hunter Support Program of Nunavik, Canada
NOBUHIRO KISHIGAMI
9. "Sharing", Transfers, Transactions and the Concept of Generalized Reciprocity
GRETE HOVELSRUD-BRODA
List of Contributors

 
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