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Expanding our frame of reference: cross-cultural modeling for Ethnoarchaeology

AuthorsZurro Hernández, Débora ; Caro Saiz, Jorge ; Lancelotti, Carla ; Biagetti, S.
KeywordsCross-cultural studies
Issue Date2016
PublisherWorld Archaeological Congress
CitationEighth World Archaeological Congress (WAC-8) : 28 August and 2 September 2016, Kyoto : (2016)
AbstractTheoretical approaches in ethnoarchaeology have been generally characterized by discourses around analogical reasoning and its implications for archaeology. On the contrary, ethnoarchaeological fieldwork has traditionally been context-specific, and oriented toward certain issues (e.g. the spatial patterning of setdemems and items, the production and circulation of artifacts, the symbolic domain, etc). In this presentation, we tackle the absence of crosscultural ethnoarchaeological data in major ethnographic databases. We explore the possibility of adding to these databascs and use ethnoarchaeological cross-cultural studies to devise generalised models that have unambiguous material correlates and can thus be used to investigate human behaviour in the past.
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