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Social Cooperation and Resource Management DynamicsAmong Late Hunter-Fisher-Gatherer Societies in Tierra del Fuego (South America)

AutorBriz i Godino, Iván ; Santos, José Ignacio ; Galán, José Manuel; Caro Saiz, Jorge ; Álvarez, Myrian; Zurro Hernández, Débora
Palabras claveABM
Cooperation
Computer simulation
Yamana
Ethnoarchaeology
Fecha de publicación2014
EditorSpringer
CitaciónJournal of Archaeological Method and Theory (21/2) : 343-363 (2014)
ResumenThis paper presents the theoretical basis and first results of an agent-based model (ABM) computer simulation that is being developed to explore cooperation in hunter–gatherer societies. Specifically, we focus here on Yamana, a hunter-fisher-gatherer society that inhabited the islands of the southernmost part of Tierra del Fuego (Argentina–Chile). Ethnographical and archaeological evidence suggests the existence of sporadic aggregation events, triggered by a public call through smoke signals of an extraordinary confluence of resources under unforeseeable circumstances in time and space (a beached whale or an exceptional accumulation of fish after a low tide, for example). During these aggregation events, the different social units involved used to develop and improve production, distribution and consumption processes in a collective way. This paper attempts to analyse the social dynamics that explain cooperative behaviour and resource-sharing during aggregation events using an agent-based model of indirect reciprocity. In brief, agents make their decisions based on the success of the public strategies of other agents. Fitness depends on the resource captured and the social capital exchanged in aggregation events, modified by the agent’s reputation. Our computational results identify the relative importance of resources with respect to social benefits and the ease in detecting—and hence punishing—a defector as key factors to promote and sustain cooperative behaviour among population.
Versión del editorhttp://dx.doi.org/10.1007/s10816-013-9194-3
URIhttp://hdl.handle.net/10261/99344
DOI10.1007/s10816-013-9194-3
ISSN1072-5369
E-ISSN1573-7764
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