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Hunter-Gatherer and Farmer Symbiosis from a Linguist's Point of View

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Title: Hunter-Gatherer and Farmer Symbiosis from a Linguist's Point of View
Authors: Reid, Lawrence A.
Keywords: Yayoi
LC Subject Headings: Hunting and gathering societies--Philippines
Philippine languages
Languages in contact
Prehistoric peoples
Issue Date: 2009
Citation: Reid, Lawrence. "Hunter-Gatherer and Farmer Symbiosis from a Linguist's Point of View." In Proceedings of the Workshop on Interactions between Hunter-Gatherers and Farmers in Prehistory and History, The World Archaeology Inter-Congress, Osaka, Japan, edited by Kazunobu Ikeya and Peter Matthews, Senri Monographs Series #73. Osaka: The National Museum of Ethnology, 2009.
Abstract: I am not an archeologist but for nearly 50 years have specialized in Philippine languages, not just with the languages of Negritos who are the traditional hunter-gatherers in the Philippines but with various languages spoken by farming groups. What I would like to do today is to compare some of the issues related to hunter-gatherer and farmer symbiosis in Japan with what we find in the Philippines. Let us talk first about the first interactions between the incoming Yayoi and the resident Jōmon population
Pages/Duration: 6 pages
Appears in Collections:Lawrence A. Reid: Articles, Monographs, Book Chapters

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