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Beating A Dead Horse: Reply To Levy’S Comments, Alan J. Osborn Jan 1985

Beating A Dead Horse: Reply To Levy’S Comments, Alan J. Osborn

Anthropology Faculty Publications

The author reponds with a rebuttal to comments made by Jerrold E. Levy concerning his paper "Ecological Aspcets of Equestrian Adaptations in Aboriginal North America" which was published in American Anthropologist, volume 85, pages 562-591.


Psb Op 325 Excavation Report, Edward Mark Schortman Jan 1985

Psb Op 325 Excavation Report, Edward Mark Schortman

Four Valleys Archive

No abstract provided.


Psb Op 310 Excavation Report, Edward Schortman Jan 1985

Psb Op 310 Excavation Report, Edward Schortman

Four Valleys Archive

No abstract provided.


The Papers Of Joseph Casagrande, Oscar Lewis, And Julian Steward At The University Of Illinois, Priscilla Handy Jan 1985

The Papers Of Joseph Casagrande, Oscar Lewis, And Julian Steward At The University Of Illinois, Priscilla Handy

History of Anthropology Newsletter

No abstract provided.


The Oral History Of Anthropology: Do-It-Yourself Jan 1985

The Oral History Of Anthropology: Do-It-Yourself

History of Anthropology Newsletter

No abstract provided.


Social Context Of American Ethnology, 1840-1984 Jan 1985

Social Context Of American Ethnology, 1840-1984

History of Anthropology Newsletter

No abstract provided.


Announcements Jan 1985

Announcements

History of Anthropology Newsletter

No abstract provided.


Creation Of The Archives De L'Ethnologie, Musã©E De L'Homme Jan 1985

Creation Of The Archives De L'Ethnologie, Musã©E De L'Homme

History of Anthropology Newsletter

No abstract provided.


Recent Dissertations Jan 1985

Recent Dissertations

History of Anthropology Newsletter

No abstract provided.


Suggested By Our Readers Jan 1985

Suggested By Our Readers

History of Anthropology Newsletter

No abstract provided.


Gleanings From Academic Gatherings Jan 1985

Gleanings From Academic Gatherings

History of Anthropology Newsletter

No abstract provided.


Volume 12, Issue 1 Jan 1985

Volume 12, Issue 1

History of Anthropology Newsletter

No abstract provided.


The Use Of Statistics In Sociocultural Anthropology, Michael Chibnik Jan 1985

The Use Of Statistics In Sociocultural Anthropology, Michael Chibnik

Department of Anthropology Publications

No abstract provided.


Psb Op 309 Excavation Report, Edward Schortman Jan 1985

Psb Op 309 Excavation Report, Edward Schortman

Four Valleys Archive

No abstract provided.


67-An Archaeological Survey Of The Mt. Pleasant Municipal Airport Expansion Project, Mt. Pleasant, Michigan, William M. Cremin Jan 1985

67-An Archaeological Survey Of The Mt. Pleasant Municipal Airport Expansion Project, Mt. Pleasant, Michigan, William M. Cremin

Reports of Investigations

Upon receipt of a letter and purchase order from Mr. Duane Ellis, P.E., Director of the Department of Public Works, City of Mt. Pleasant, Michigan, authorizing a Phase I archaeological site location survey of the Mt. Pleasant Municipal Airport Expansion Project, surveyors from the Department of Anthropology, Western Michigan University undertook on-site evaluation in order to determine if a planned extension of the airport runway into Section 7 of Chippewa Township would have an impact on potentially significant archaeological resources. There follows a report of fieldwork conducted on 13-14 Apr 85, together with appropriate background information and recommendations based ...


71-Prehistoric Plant Residues From The Big Woods (21c4-34) And Lightfoot (21c4-35) Sites, The Northfield, Burning Star Mine # 4, Perry County, Illinois, William M. Cremin Jan 1985

71-Prehistoric Plant Residues From The Big Woods (21c4-34) And Lightfoot (21c4-35) Sites, The Northfield, Burning Star Mine # 4, Perry County, Illinois, William M. Cremin

Reports of Investigations

The Northfield research area of Consolidation Coal Company's Burning Star Mine# 4 occupies the Upper Galum Creek drainage of Perry County, Illinois. This stream, a tributary of the Big Muddy River, together with its principal tributaries, Bonnie and Rock Fork creeks, drains an area of mature topography featuring the low relief, gently rolling hills, and broad alluvial valleys typical of the Mt. Vernon Hill Country of the Southern Till Plains Division. Although, floristically speaking, the study area lies within the Oak-Hickory Forest Region of the Western Mesophytic Forest (Braun 1950), the local vegetative pattern can more properly be described ...


70-Carbonized Plant Residues From Llct385, A Late Woodland Site Near The Carlyle Reservoir In Clinton County, Illinois, William M. Cremin Jan 1985

70-Carbonized Plant Residues From Llct385, A Late Woodland Site Near The Carlyle Reservoir In Clinton County, Illinois, William M. Cremin

Reports of Investigations

Site llCT385 is a Late Woodland site of undetermined extent located in the southeast corner of Section 25, Irishtown Township, T3N R2W, Clinton County, Illinois. Today, this site occupies an actively eroding bank of the Carlyle Reservoir, but formerly it was situated on a ridge spur flanking the eastern margin of the Kaskaskia River Valley at an elevation of about 6 m above the river floodplain.


Sibyl 1985, Otterbein University Jan 1985

Sibyl 1985, Otterbein University

Otterbein University Yearbooks

No abstract provided.


Human Perceptions Of Animals And Animal Awareness: The Cultural Dimension, Elizabeth A. Lawrence Jan 1985

Human Perceptions Of Animals And Animal Awareness: The Cultural Dimension, Elizabeth A. Lawrence

Attitudes Towards Animals Collection

Culture is generally a powerful determinant of human perceptions of animals and the treatment animals receive in a given society. Fbr example, Plains Indians' views of the status of animals-their capacities, their awareness, and their place in the world relative to mankind-differ radically from those characteristic ofWestern thought. Many of the contemporary Crow Indians, a group of native Americans among which I have recently carried out anthropological field research, continue to look upon their horses according to traditional tribal belief. Their particular attitude toward horses conflicts with that of the dominant white society with which the Indians and their horses ...


An Intensive Archaeological Survey Of Potential Cooling Ponds For Pen Branch And Four Mile Creek, Savannah River Plant, Aiken And Barnwell Counties, South Carolina, Debra K. Martin, Glen T. Hanson Jr., Richard D. Brooks Jan 1985

An Intensive Archaeological Survey Of Potential Cooling Ponds For Pen Branch And Four Mile Creek, Savannah River Plant, Aiken And Barnwell Counties, South Carolina, Debra K. Martin, Glen T. Hanson Jr., Richard D. Brooks

Research Manuscript Series

No abstract provided.


On The Waterfront : Archaeological Research At Fort Frederica National Monument, St. Simons Island, Georgia, Nicholas Honerkamp, R. Bruce Council, Elizabeth J. Reitz Jan 1985

On The Waterfront : Archaeological Research At Fort Frederica National Monument, St. Simons Island, Georgia, Nicholas Honerkamp, R. Bruce Council, Elizabeth J. Reitz

Jeffrey L. Brown Institute of Archaeology Reports

The results of documentary research and archaeological survey and testing of the riverbank area at Fort Frederica National Monument, St. Simons Island, Georgia, are described. Carried out by the Jeffrey L. Brown Institute of Archaeology in August of 1983, the fieldwork consisted of a systematic transect survey, intensive hand excavation of judgementally placed test units, and excavation of a test trench to locate suspected earthworks. A combined total of 45.25 square meters of surface area was investigated using this approach. Survey and testing was necessitated by planned anti-erosion measures along the riverbank that will result in subsurface disturbances to ...


Is Man's Infliction Of Suffering On Animals Immoral?, Robert Welborn Jan 1985

Is Man's Infliction Of Suffering On Animals Immoral?, Robert Welborn

Attitudes Towards Animals Collection

If it is believed that man is properly in dominion over the earth and that he may do with it and all things on it as he will, then the first definition is sufficient. If generally accepted ideas in man's community are to the effect that man's infliction of suffering on animals is right, then such is not immoral.

If it is believed, however, that life, all life, as it has evolved in its beauty and complexity is the consideration upon which conduct should be judged, then the second definition must apply. Man being the dominant species that ...


Psb Op 100 Excavation Report, Edward Schortman Jan 1985

Psb Op 100 Excavation Report, Edward Schortman

Four Valleys Archive

No abstract provided.


Psb Op 113-117 Excavation Report, Edward Schortman Jan 1985

Psb Op 113-117 Excavation Report, Edward Schortman

Four Valleys Archive

No abstract provided.


Ethnicity And Social Class Formation In The Bolivian Lowlands, Michael Painter, Institute For Development Anthropology (Binghamton, N.Y.) Jan 1985

Ethnicity And Social Class Formation In The Bolivian Lowlands, Michael Painter, Institute For Development Anthropology (Binghamton, N.Y.)

Institute for Development Anthropology Papers

No abstract provided.


Social Change And Acculturation Among Tai Dam Refugees In Central Iowa , Susan Scott Jan 1985

Social Change And Acculturation Among Tai Dam Refugees In Central Iowa , Susan Scott

Retrospective Theses and Dissertations

Although today thousands remain in camps in various Southeast Asian countries, over a million [Tai Dam] refugees have been relocated to a number of different countries. The present study picks up on the theme of resettled refugees and specifically examines what has happened to one particular group: the Tai Dam formerly of Laos and before that Vietnam, who today reside in Iowa. Specifically, this thesis focuses on the process of adjustment and acculturation as it has taken place among these individuals.


Sex Differences In The Recognition Of Infant Facial Expressions Of Emotion: The Primary Caretaker Hypothesis, Raymond B. Hames, Wayne A. Babchuk Jan 1985

Sex Differences In The Recognition Of Infant Facial Expressions Of Emotion: The Primary Caretaker Hypothesis, Raymond B. Hames, Wayne A. Babchuk

Anthropology Faculty Publications

Although much research has been devoted to studying sex differences In functioning (e.g., Maccoby and Jacklin 1974), most efforts have been directed toward documenting or elucidating the proximate causes of sex differences. Few attempts have been made, however, to explain the ultimate causes of these differences or the selective pressures that have led to the development or psychological differences between males and females [for exception see Symons (1979) and Daly and Wilson (1983)]. Toward this end of blending psychology with evolutionary theory we develop what we call the " primary caretaker hypothesis," which predicts that the sex that through evolutionary ...


Two Views Of Sex Differences In Socialization, Patricia Draper Jan 1985

Two Views Of Sex Differences In Socialization, Patricia Draper

Anthropology Faculty Publications

The literature on the socialization of human sex differences is likely to remind many students of the parable about the blind men who were grouped around an elephant, each trying to describe to the others what the elephant was like. Several traditions of research in the social sciences have been involved in the study of why the sexes are different. One that emphasizes deliberate sex role training of children owes most of its insights to learning theory and developmental psychology. It regards sex role socialization as the result of interplay between the environmental experience and the child's active learning ...


Lacrosse: Political Organization In North America As Reflected In Athletic Competition, Marshall Joseph Becker Jan 1985

Lacrosse: Political Organization In North America As Reflected In Athletic Competition, Marshall Joseph Becker

Anthropology & Sociology

No abstract provided.


Psb Op 023 Excavation Report, Edward Schortman Jan 1985

Psb Op 023 Excavation Report, Edward Schortman

Four Valleys Archive

No abstract provided.