Systemic population control in the Middle and Upper Paleolithic: inferences based on contemporary hunter-gatherers

World Archaeology Vol/Iss. 4 Published In Pages: 222-243
By Divale, William Tulio


This article examines cultural forms of population control. Results suggest that female infanticide and warfare are interrelated and effective forms of population control.

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