Lec 37 Inequality

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Unformatted text preview: Africa) Lamalera (Indonesia) α Embodied (.46), Network (.39), Material (.15) Hadza hunter (Marlowe) α- weighted β 0.190 Riches to rags raEo: 3.6 (i.e. A “rich” forager’s child is 3.6 more likely of being in the top wealth decile than is a “poor” forager’s child.) Gini 0.25 Results – horEculturalists (Gurven et al 2010, Curr. Ant) Tsimane Wealth β E Body weight (1274) 0.391 E Grip strength (490) 0.070 E Cultural knowledge (181) 0.111 E Farming skills (217) - 0.015 Av. β 0.17 N Field labor partners (67) 0.181 N Allies (45) 0.338 Av. β 0.26 M Land (62) 0.137 M Household wealth (121) 0.107 Av. β 0.09 PopulaEon Mandinka (The Gambia) Tsimane (Bolivia) Tsimane (Bolivia) Pimbwe (Tanzania) Tsimane (Bolivia) Tsimane (Bolivia) Dominicans Pimbwe (Tanzania) α Embodied (.53), Network (.26), Material (.21) α- weighted β Riches to rags raEo Gini 0.18 3.6 0.27 7 5/6/13 Results – pastoralists (Borgerhoff Mulder & al, 2010 Cur.Ant) Juhaina Arabs Wealth β PopulaEon E RS (133) 0.066 Datoga (Tanzania) N Caale partners (102) 0.041 Kipsigis (Kenya)* M Livestock (135) 0.622 Datoga (Tanzania) M Camels (21) 0.535 Juhaina Arabs (Chad) M Caale (102) 0.957 Sangu (Tanzania) M Livestock patrimony (22) 0.564 Yomut (Iran) Av. β 0.67 α Embodied (.26), Network (.14), Material (.61) α- weighted β 0.43 Riches to rags raEo 20.0 Gini 0.42 Pokot aphorism “Never laugh at a pauper – tomorrow it may be you” (Bollig 2006:373) Results – agriculturalists (Shenk et al 2010...
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