The Bushmen of Southern Africa: A Foraging Society in Transition

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Andrew Brown Smith
David Philip Publishers, 2000 - Social Science - 112 pages
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"Small-scale societies like that of the Bushmen have social lessons to teach a world that is becoming increasingly homogenised. Their lifestyle needs to be understood and respected."--BOOK JACKET.

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kalahari
Un acuto senso di perdita irreparabile. E' ciņ che proviamo quando andiamo a leggere resoconti di studiosi o viaggiatori sulle popolazioni boscimani, ...
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About the author (2000)

Smith is an associate professor of archaeology at the University of Cape Town.

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