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Aaron Lukaszewski
Bird et al: hunter-gatherers maintain extensive relationships with non-kin, within societies that are effectively much larger than has been assumed. —>partner choice must have played a larger role in ancestral social life than many beh ecologists claim.
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Will 13 Apr 19
Broadly it fits well with other reported findings from elsewhere
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Haq Nawaz 13 Apr 19
Replying to @SpeciesTypical
Perhaps, hunter-gatheres of post Paleolithic are different from the Paleolithic ones.
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Philip Owen 🔎☮✝ 14 Apr 19
Replying to @SpeciesTypical
Yes. Social organisation may have been an advantage over Neanderthals and Denisovians.
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C.Cinnsealach 13 Apr 19
Replying to @SpeciesTypical
"landscapes of anthropogenic construction" not too clear if the concl assumes these always existed pre-settlement.
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