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INTRODUCTION The Importance of General Anthropology
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Acheulian achieved adaptive Africa agriculture American Indian ancestors anthropologists australopithecines behavior bilateral descent biological bone Bushmen calories cave chimpanzees complex cultural evolution cultural systems descent groups domestic groups domesticants ecological economic ecosystem enculturation energy English etic Europe European evolutionary example exchange extinct females Figure flake food production forest fossil function genes genetic grain grammatical habilines habitat hand axes Hence hominid Homo erectus Homo sapiens human language hunters hunting and gathering increase individuals industrial irrigation kinship labor land linguistic live Lower Paleolithic males marriage matrilineal matrilocality Mesoamerica Mesolithic Middle East Middle Eastern Middle Paleolithic modern neandertaloids Neandertals Neolithic nuclear family occur Old World Olduvai patterns peasants percent phonemes pigs plants and animals pongids population density potlatch preindustrial primates racial relationship reproductive rules sexual slash-and-burn social societies species structure tion traits Tsembaga unilineal Upper Paleolithic village warfare wild women Yanomamo