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Título: Dar y recibir. Rastreando la necesidad de intercambio en las primeras sociedades
Autores: Carrero Pazos, Miguel
Busto Zapico, Miguel
Palabras Claves: Arqueología
Fecha Edición: 2013
Editor: Hergar Ediciones Antema
Resumen: The following study intends to reflect on the need for exchange in earlysocieties of the past. Since its inception, the archaeology has provided ample testimonyto the existence of these exchanges between individuals or groups from the early humans,but a large number of studies haven`t wondered why these exchanges existed, but thathave been identified and studied from other perspectives. What we are proposing hereis to deepen the why. On the one hand we can link this exchange of goods for survivalof the individual and the group. The explanation becomes more complex if we link thestrengthening of social bonds or territorial. On the other hand we could be facing a wayof socialization of human beings.The unknowns are multiplied. But... what is really thereason for the existence of this exchange? If a group of people have at their disposaleverything you need to keep, what pushes the exchange? Is this a necessary phenomenon?We can relate the subject with the luxury, ostentation, power ... When and where this needof a material differentiator was born? Why did you use that item and not another? Howfar can we trace these exchanges? Can be the need to share things innate to humans? Orby contrast, are we facing a learned trait, cultural? These are some of the issues which willturn our study, focusing on the study of past societies from an archaeological perspective,although inevitably anthropology and philosophy have much to say.
ISBN: 978-84-616-5755-1
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