Food and the Status Quest: An Interdisciplinary Perspective

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INDEX
Abelam 90, 120
Abramovitch, R.24, 29
absence of malnutrition 240
abutu 90
ACC/SCN 272f
accumulator 103, 112, 130f
Ache 66, 82, 84, 172, 174, 176, 180, 182, 188
acquisator 130
Adams, R.M.150, 166
adaptation 79, 83, 101, 192
Adick, W.84
administration 160, 167, 235
administrative document 150f
Adrian, J.214f
advertisement 96, 105, 269, 270f, 273f
Africa12, 57, 65, 93, 120f, 123, 172, 184, 187f, 190, 193, 201, 213f, 216, 255, 260, 277, 279
aggression 2, 6, 21, 25, 28, 30, 33ff, 38, 71, 73ff, 77f, 84
aggression ritualized 37
agonistic interactions 20, 49, 55
agriculture 9, 94, 102f, 208, 228, 260, 262, 273, 276, 278
Agta 172ff, 176, 180, 182, 188
Akkadian 152, 159
Alantika range 206
alcohol/compare 'beer', 'wine' 8, 12, 15, 18, 90, 102, 112, 119, 121f, 124, 194, 203f, 206, 210, 212-215, 254, 266
Alexander, R.D.83
Algaze, G.150, 166
alpha position 7, 20ff, 41,ff, 45 alpha rank 45
alpine lake dwelling 103
Altman, J.172, 179, 187
Amazonia 139
Amelsvoort, V.F.P.M. van 232
Amerindian 27, 187f, 189, 276
Ammassalik Inuit 172, 174, 176f, 180, 182
Amphlett Island239
amphora 107ff, 113f
Andamanese 172, 174, 176, 180, 182
Anderson, J.L.80, 83
Anga 223, 230, 279
animal protein 197, 267
Anonidium mannii53
antagonistic drinking 209
Apfelbaum, M.196, 216
Appadurai, A.88f, 98, 110f, 116
Arcelin-Pradelle, C.108, 116
archaeology 8, 17f, 87ff, 98, 101f, 105, 111, 115, 117-120, 126, 136f, 139, 140, 142, 144f, 187f, 190, 232, 276, 278
Areca catechu242
Arensberg, C.122
Arnold, B.119
Asia172
aspect of possession 36
Atkinson, S.J.273
atole 137f
attention center of 6, 10, 19, 24-28
attention seeking 25ff
attention structure 3, 19, 21f, 24, 26, 29ff, 73ff, 83f, 188
Attic 109
attitude toward body shape 199
Atzwanger, K.74, 76, 78f, 83f
Australia144, 172, 188, 232, 278
Australian aborigines 148
Australian hunter-gatherer 144, 187
Austria106, 278
Austronesian 234f, 249, 279
Avebury 123, 140
Axelrod, R.47, 65
aye-aye 39

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