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social organization

the establishment amongst a group or colony of animals of set behaviour patterns.
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He explores what archaeology has revealed about these transformations at La Consentida on the Pacific coast of Oaxaca, Mexico, emphasizing the relationships between settlement, subsistence, and social organization. (Ringgold, Inc., Portland, OR)
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Pre- and post-collapse societies are considered in a survey that analyzes successful adaptations, self-governance, social organization and culture, with case studies from around the world providing specifics for each stage of collapse.
of Massachusetts) examine how the social organization of education and work have become so intertwined.
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This month, Ashgate Publishing (Burlington, VT) released ""Criminal Courts," a hardback book that examines the social organization of criminal courts.
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Since the early 1980s, mole rats have been used as models of social organization.