The weak point in the explanation of why some societies did not develop agriculture
|dc.description.abstract||Standing in a forest in Australia, Alan Macfarlane explains how the argument that Australia did not move from hunting to tribal society because of an absence of suitable plants and animals is undermined by the close links to New Guinea.||en|
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|dc.title||The weak point in the explanation of why some societies did not develop agriculture||en|
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