Resources, Power, and Interregional Interaction (Interdisciplinary Contributions to Archaeology)

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As someone who tried to read a more advanced text, and then read this one, and then re-read the more advanced text, I realized I had missed a lot of the detail, especially in organization, that is explained in introductory archaeological texts.

I was then able to backtrack into my understanding of theories from different social science perspectives and learn how archaeologists pick, choose, and borrow theoretical concepts based on the contexts they are working A very informative introduction. I was then able to backtrack into my understanding of theories from different social science perspectives and learn how archaeologists pick, choose, and borrow theoretical concepts based on the contexts they are working in.


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There really is a plethora of theoretical possibilities to make archaeological data more accessible, but it can be a bit frustrating for other social scientists when they learn how archaeologists manipulate theories which are also originating from their own historical contexts. I was lucky in having studied under someone who had fought, effectively, this very real pushback within the historical sciences in particular. I had not known archaeology was a historical discipline where this practice was widely accepted as the norm. It is also a very humble read, reinforcing the reality that archaeology in particular is an academic conversation that is constantly in flux, sometimes at the whim of an undergraduate with a shovel.

Sep 16, M rated it it was amazing. Best book on archaeological theory I have ever read.

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Just a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account. Get Foundations of Social Inequality Fundamental Issues in PDF During this authoritative quantity, best researchers provide varied theoretical views and a wide-range of data at the beginnings and nature of social inequality in previous human societies. Urban by Kevin 4. These viewpoints, in turn, were rapidly joined in the late s by a wide range of intellectual schemes stimulated by developments in French Marxism referred to in various ways; termed political ideology here and sociology Immanuel Wallerstein's world-systems model.

Researchers ascribing to the aforementioned intellectual frameworks were united in their dissatisfaction with attempts to explain sociopolitical change that treated in dividual cultures or societies as isolated entities. Only by reconstructing the complex intersocietal networks in which polities were integrated-the natures of these ties, who mediated the connections, and the political, economic, and ideological significance of the goods and ideas that moved along them-could adequate ex planations of sociopolitical shifts be formulated.

Archaeologists seemed to be re discovering in the late twentieth century the importance of interregional contacts in processes of sociopolitical change.

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