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Public Benefits of Archaeological Research
(University Press of Florida, 2002)
The benefits of archaeological research are often not directly accessible to the public because the work is highly technical, and research results are generally published in books and articles written primarily for other ...
Socio-Economic Growth, Culture Scale, and Household Well-Being: A Test of the Power-Elite Hypothesis
(High Plains Applied Anthropologist, 2002)
Socioeconomic growth is an elite-directed process that concentrates social power in direct proportion to increases in culture scale. Power-elites have used at least three different ways to control social power to their own ...
Social Power in the Central Mesa Verde Region, A.D. 1150-1290
(University of Utah Press, 2002)
Social power ( cf. Mann 1986) refers to the ability of individuals or groups to control or direct the actions of other individuals or groups. This can be accomplished by actual or threatened physical coercion, by providing ...