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Christopher Chase-Dunn Sociology 10 The City: An Introduction
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* Christopher Chase-Dunn, “The role of ecosettlement systems in social evolution” in Cities Reader . World-systems of nomads The rise of sedentism: diversified foragers Settlement systems: hamlets, villages and towns Settlement size distributions The limits of settlement size High-density and low-density settlements Settlements systems and world-systems Relations among settlements cross polity boundaries. Remember the nested networks of world-systems when studying settlement systems
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World-systems of nomads Nomads interact with their neighbors, but not very  systematically.   Large circuits of seasonal migration are replaced by  smaller circuits.  The story of PaleoIndians and  East  Coast macro-bands. From Clovis Points to regional  traditions. Population density causes emergence of more  diversified hunting and gathering even before the  emergence of sedentism. 
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Nomadic Migration Routes
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