Demography of The Dobe !Kung.


This volume represents an empirical study of the demographic processes–fertility, mortality and marriage patterns-of the !Kung, a contemporary hunting and gathering population in the Kalahari desert of Botswana. Stable population theory is used as a framework for construction of an overall view of the functioning of this remote group examining the implications of parameters for the long-run stability and evidence for recent change caused by contact.

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H/b in good clean boards,in protected pictorial d/w.An ex-library copy with all the usual faults.Library bookplate to front p/d,stamps,bar-codes torn-off lables and the usual scribblings all on the front e/p,stamp and numbers on the publishers page.Size 9×6 pp 21+389,inc,index,references,tables and charts,graphs in text,reprint photographic plates,a list of figures and tables.Hinges strong.Binding firm.Internaly clean throughout. A g-v/g library copy.


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