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Christopher Chase-Dunn HNPG09: Learning, Leadership and Creativity
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The Evolution of Human Societies: Learning, Leadership and Creativity *Thomas D. Hall and Christopher Chase-Dunn, 2006 “Global social change in the long run” Chapter 3 in C. Chase-Dunn and S. Babones (eds.) Global Social Change . Baltimore, MD: Johns Hopkins University Press. (in Course Reader and available on Ilearn) John R. McNeill and William H. McNeill 2003 The Human Web . New York: Norton. Christopher Chase-Dunn and Thomas D. Hall 1997 Rise and Demise : Comparing World-Systems. Boulder, CO: Westview. Christopher Chase-Dunn and Bruce Lerro, Social Change , Chapter 1: “History and Social Evolution”
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Creativity, Leadership and Learning in Human Sociocultural Evolution Creativity: homo sapiens The invention of beads 70,000 years ago in in South Africa Cave painting in Europe 40,000 years ago Learning: adaptation is learning. genes and language spoken language: about a million years old written language 5000 years old Leadership: From egalitarian to hierarchical society Leadership in hunter-gatherer bands: the best hunter is the leader. Special task leaders socioemotional leaders: the doctor (shamanism) The rise of class society in chiefdoms. The rise of core/periphery hierarchies in
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