Hunter Gatherers

Some articles on hunter:

Uncontacted Peoples - South America - Brazil
... Small groups of highly mobile hunter-gatherers ... Small groups of highly mobile hunter-gatherers (even after contact) ... Hunter-gatherers ...
Hunter-gatherer - Common Characteristics - Social and Economic Structure
... Hunter-gatherer societies also tend to have relatively non-hierarchical, egalitarian social structures ... In addition to social and economic equality in hunter-gatherer societies there is often, though not always, sexual parity as well ... Hunter-gatherers are often grouped together based on kinship and band (or tribe) membership ...
Hunter-gatherer - Modern Context
... attempted to demonstrate that contemporary groups usually identified as hunter-gatherers do not, in most cases, have a continuous history of hunting and gathering, and that in many cases their ancestors were ... that there has been complex interaction between hunter-gatherers and non-hunter-gatherers for millennia ... Some of the theorists who advocate this "revisionist" critique imply that, because the "pure hunter-gatherer" disappeared not long after colonial (or even agricultural) contact began, nothing meaningful ...
... A hunter-gatherer or forager society is one in which most or all food is obtained from wild plants and animals, in contrast to agricultural societies which rely mainly on ... mode of Homo, and all modern humans were hunter-gatherers until around 10,000 years ago ... Following the invention of agriculture hunter-gatherers have been displaced by farming or pastoralist groups in most parts of the world ...

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