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The archaeology of collective action
Dean J. Saitta
|Statement||Dean J. Saitta ; foreword by Michael S. Nassaney.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xx, 140 p. :|
|Number of Pages||140|
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Developing a theoretical and methodological approach to the archaeology of collective action, Saitta reviews some of the progress archaeologists have made in illuminating race- gender- and class-based forms of collective action in shaping the American experience.
He then provides a case study illustrating the methods and insights archaeology Cited by: University Press of Florida Book: The Archaeology of Collective Action. Contributors: Dean J.
Saitta. ISBN Numbers: Subject(s): Archaeology. Archaeology as an explanatory and emancipatory enterprise --Philosophical commitments of a critical archaeology --Thinking and tracking collective action in archaeological contexts --Archaeologies of collective action --Class and collective action on the Colorado frontier: a brief history --Archaeology of collective action in the Colorado.
Anthropological archaeology and other disciplines concerned with the formation of early complex societies are undergoing a theoretical shift stemming from the realization that the social evolution of complex societies was more varied and complex than imagined.
Given the need for new directions in theory, the book proposes that anthropologists look to political science, especially the rational. Saitta examines historical archaeology's success in reconstructing collective social action in the past and considers the implications of these reconstructions for society today.
Recognizing that studies of the past can serve different social interests, creating knowledge that can be used to oppress or emancipate elements of society, Saitta argues that historical archaeology needs to move. The breadth and material focus of archaeology provide a much needed complement to existing research on cooperation and collective action, which thus far has relied largely on game-theoretic.
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This book explores a collective action perspective on the formation of pre-modern states, but does not only promote a new mode of theoretical understanding. Rather, it subjects collective action theory to a methodologically rigorous evaluation using a systematic cross-cultural analysis of historical, ethnographic, and archaeological data drawn.
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In a new book, The Archaeology of Collective Action (University Press of Florida), Mr. Saitta, a professor at the University of Denver, blends a case study in historical archaeology with a call for a critical discipline that is both "explanatory and emancipatory," still rigorous in.
Anthropological archaeology and other disciplines concerned with the formation of early complex societies are undergoing a theoretical shift.
Given the need for new directions in theory, the book proposes that anthropologists look to political science, especially the rational choice theory of collective action.
Collective action theory, as formulated in the social sciences, posits rational social actors who regularly assess the actions of others to inform their own decisions to cooperate. In anthropological archaeology, collective action theory is now being used to investigate the dynamics of large-scale polities of the past.
Building on the work of Margaret Levi, collective action theorists argue. If your book is not available on E-ZBorrow, you can request it through ILLiad (ebooks unavailable). You can also use ILLiad to request chapter scans and articles. Tags: Add Tag.
No Tags, Be the first to tag this record. a The archaeology of collective action /. This book examines historical archaeology's success in reconstructing collective social action and considers the implications of these reconstructions for society today.
The touchstone for considering such collective behavior is historical archaeology's great triumvirate of social. Journal of Anthropological Archaeology Vol SeptemberPages Collective action, state building, and the rise of the Calusa, southwest Florida, USA.
In Cooperation and Collective Action, diverse case studies address the evolution of the emergence of norms, institutions, and symbols of complex societies through the l years.
This book is an important contribution to the literature on cooperation in human societies that will appeal to archaeologists and other scholars interested in. This book is an introduction not just to the issues of chronology and dating, but time as a theoretical concept and how this is understood and employed in contemporary archaeology.
It provides a full discussion of chronology and change, time and the nature of the archaeological record, and the perception of time and history in past s: 2. Download Collective Action In The Formation Of Pre Modern States books, Anthropological archaeology and other disciplines concerned with the formation of early complex societies are undergoing a theoretical shift stemming from the realization that the social evolution of complex societies was more varied and complex than imagined.
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Saitta’s work is a good example of a progressive trend called “public anthropology,” through which scholars bring their research outside the academy. Collective Action in the Formation of Pre-Modern States (Fundamental Issues in Archaeology) 1 edition by Richard E.
Blanton, Richard Blanton, Lane Fargher. 0 Ratings 0 Want to read; 0 Currently reading; 0 Have read. The nineteenth-century emergence of an American working class is studied by historians as an abstract awareness of shared experiences grounded in material conditions and concrete reality (Oestreicher ).
Historical archaeology is appropriate to track the rise in class consciousness through: (1) shared material culture in workers’ domestic lives; (2) archaeological or archival evidence. It has been five years since The Archaeology of Collective Action was published in UPF’s "American Experience" series.
This paper summarizes the purpose of the book and reflects on the dozen or so reviews that appeared in a wide variety of publications. It also describes the "reviewer polarization" that was produced when the essence of the book was distilled and packaged for inclusion in an.
In anthropological archaeology, collective action theory is now being used to investigate the dynamics of large-scale polities of the past. Google Books and a Survey of university level real.
The breadth and material focus of archaeology provide a much needed complement to existing research on cooperation and collective action, which thus far has relied largely on game-theoretic modeling, surveys of college students from affluent countries, brief.
Two book series, Case Studies in Early Societies (Cambridge University Press) and Oxford Studies in the Archaeology of Ancient States (Oxford University Press), include an array of volumes on the foundation of early cities and the evolution of states in many global regions.
Annual Review of Anthropology. E-mail Citation». In DIY City: The Collective Power of Small Actions (Island Press, ), Dittmar explains why individual initiative, small-scale business, and small development matter, using lively stories from his own experience and examples from recent history, such as the revival of Camden Lock in London and the nascent rebirth of Detroit.
The breadth and material focus of archaeology provide a much-needed complement to existing research on cooperation and collective action, which thus far has relied largely on game-theoretic modeling, surveys of college students from affluent countries, brief.
The book, Collective Action in the Formation of Pre-Modern States, by Richard Blanton and Lane Fargher, is the most important work published on ancient and premodern political dynamics for several decades.
I just realized that I have yet to write a post on the book. I have mentioned it often in this blog since its publication inbut now it is time to focus on it more directly. This Archaeology of Self Intensive will resemble a self-care retreat that will invite participants to perform excavations on themselves as it relates to justice, bias, and stereotypes they hold about others, and ideas on various forms of self-love.
It will combine writing exercises, mindfulness practices, a dive into history, and touch on the components of a racial literacy development model. The University Press of Colorado, including the Utah State University Press imprint, publishes forty to forty-five new titles each year, with the goal of facilitating communication among scholars and providing the peoples of the state and region with a fair assessment of their histories, cultures, a.
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This innovative book extends collective action theory beyond Western history and into a broadly cross-cultural dimension, places cooperation in the context of large and complex human societies, and demonstrates the interplay of collective action and aspects of human cognitive ability.
The late Hank Dittmar is one of the notable urban planners of the last four decades, with an impact on both sides of the Atlantic. Dittmar’s new book, DIY City: The Collective Power of Small Actions, his last project, is a worthy contribution to the planning book was edited and chapters were completed by coauthors after Dittmar died of cancer in Search the world's most comprehensive index of full-text books.
My library. Conflict Archaeology: Materialities of Collective Violence from Prehistory to Late Antiquity ().pdf writen by Manuel Fernandez-Goetz, Nico Roymans: In the past two decades, conflict archaeology has become firmly established as a. Open Library is an initiative of the Internet Archive, a (c)(3) non-profit, building a digital library of Internet sites and other cultural artifacts in digital projects include the Wayback Machine, and collective action Download collective action or read online books in PDF, EPUB, Tuebl, and Mobi Format.
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The Logic Of Collective Action. Confirming earlier conclusions that human health declined after the adoption of farming and the rise of civilization, this book greatly enlarges the geographical range of paleopathological studies by including new work from both established and up-and-coming scholars.
What Is the Archaeology of Reading? While the body of early modern scholarship on the history of reading practices has burgeoned during the past several decades—guided in large.Collective Action, Institutions, and Urbanization in the Archaeological Record Intermediate‐scale socio‐spatial units in highly collective cities.
Densely packed populations in large urban settlements create special collective action problems.Historical archaeology is defined as the study of capitalism, even though it has seldom confronted capitalism head on. A philosophy of internal relations provides powerful tools with which to .