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The Evolution of Leadership: Transitions in Decision Making from Small-Scale to Middle-Range Societies (School for Advanced Research Advanced Seminar Series) download ebook

by Kevin J. Vaughn,Jelmer W. Eerkens,John Kantner

The Evolution of Leadership: Transitions in Decision Making from Small-Scale to Middle-Range Societies (School for Advanced Research Advanced Seminar Series) download ebook
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1934691135
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978-1934691137
Author:
Kevin J. Vaughn,Jelmer W. Eerkens,John Kantner
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School for Advanced Research Press; 1 edition (March 2, 2010)
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366 pages
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LEADERSHIP Small-scale and middle-range societies often have in. .7. Eerkens, Vaughn, and Kantner As the chap-ters in this book explore in more detail, leadership can be measured along different scales and dimensions.

LEADERSHIP Small-scale and middle-range societies often have in place formal rules. Eerkens, Vaughn, and Kantner. authority to make decisions about a broad range of activities (such as eco-nomics, religion, and politics). Only during the early Holocene do we see the expression (or re-expres-sion) of such leaders among human societies. As the chap-ters in this book explore in more detail, leadership can be measured along different scales and dimensions.

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The Evolution of leadership: Transitions in decision making from small-scale to middle-range societies. The Evolution of Leadership: Transitions in Decision Making from Small-scal. 2010. KJ Vaughn, JW Eerkens, J Kantner. Geographical approaches for reconstructing past human behavior from prehistoric roadways. Spatially Integrated Social Science: Examples in Best Practice, Oxfor. 2004.

Spatio-temporal patterns in obsidian consumption in the Southern Nasca Region, Peru more. by Michael D Glascock.

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Jelmer W. EerkensProfessor of Anthropology, University of California . KJ Vaughn, L Dussubieux, PR Williams

The evolution of leadership: Transitions in decision making from small-scal. Archaeological investigations at Marcaya: A village approach to Nasca sociopolitical and economic organization. A pilot compositional analysis of Nasca ceramics from the Kroeber collection. KJ Vaughn, L Dussubieux, PR Williams. Journal of Archaeological Science 38 (12), 3560-3567, 2011.

Emergent leadership in middle-range societies. In K. J. Vaughn, J. W. Eerkens, & V. Kantner. The evolution of leadership: Transitions in decision making from small-scale to middle-range societies (S. 148). Weinert, A. B. (2004). Cite this chapter as: Alznauer M. (2016) Leadership’s Path into the Presence. In: Leading Naturally. Management for Professionals.

Eerkens, Jelmer . 2009 Privatization of Resources and the Evolution of Prehistoric Leadership Strategies. Oxford University Press, Oxford.

Vaughn, k. eerkens, j. & kantner, j. (2010). The evolution of leadership: transitions in decision making from small-scale to middle-range societies. Contemporary leadership theories enhancing the understanding of the complexity, subjectivity and dynamic of leadership. Wallace, . & Grossman, S. (2008).

Leaders make decisions that have significant impacts on the lives of others. They have the ability to influence events and impact the evolutionary trajectories of societies. Leaders exist in all societies, ranging from smaller-scale heads of households to larger-scale elected governing bodies to dictators with vast coercive powers at their disposal. Today, all of us are familiar with and see (and feel) the influence of leaders. Given that leaders and leadership are so influential on human social behavior, and yet are variably represented among different societies in the past and present, generations of scholars have examined these social phenomena from a variety of humanistic and scientific perspectives. This book, the product of an advanced seminar at the School for Advanced Research (SAR), brings together the perspectives of cultural anthropologists and archaeologists to explore why and how leadership emerges and variously becomes institutionalized among disparate small-scale and middle-range human societies.