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AN OVERVIEW OF THE POPULATION STUDY OF
Refugees or Aborigines?
The Status of the Kung in the 1960s
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adult age distribution age estimation age group age-specific fertility rates alleles AMBUSH average Bantu birth intervals Botswana calculated cattlepost Chapter child childbearing cohort computed curve data collection demographic disease divorce Dobe area Dobe Kung expected father fatness females fertility performance Figure final birth fluctuations genetic growth households hunter-gatherers hunting and gathering husband Hutterites hypothesis individuals infertile kinship Kung language Kung population Kung women large number life-table males marital marriage married mean age menarche microevolution model life tables months mother natural fertility natural selection number of births number of children number of deaths observed parameters parents parity distribution parity progression ratios percentage period person polygamous pregnancy primary sterility probability of death relatively reproduction rate reproductive success risk sexual shows siblings simulated populations small number spouses stable population surviving survivorship survivorship curve tion Tswana variability variance venereal disease village weight wife woman younger