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  1. Phylogenetic modeling indicates strong support for an evolution of land tenure norms in N-I-G-K order (see note).Kushnik, Geoff - The sequential evolution of land tenure norms, 2014 - 1 Variables

    The researchers use phylogenetic methods to map out the evolutionary trajectories of land tenure norms across 97 Austronesian societies. The analysis suggests the relevance of vertical transmission in patterning land tenure norms, rather than horizontal transmission. It also strongly supports a model along a N(none)-I(individual)-G(group)-K(kin) pathway.

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