Architecture as a material correlate of mobility strategies: some implications for archeological interpretation

Behavior Science Research Vol/Iss. 26 Published In Pages: 1-35
By Diehl, Michael W.


This article investigates a possible association between mobility strategy and dwelling construction. The author tests a broad hypothesis that planned duration of use for a structure is positively associated with the investment costs in building a dwelling. Some operational hypotheses are supported; others are not.

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