Humans in the Siberian Landscapes

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Humans in the Siberian Landscapes
Author : Vladimir N. Bocharnikov
File Size : 46,7 Mb
Publisher : Springer Nature
Language : English
Release Date : 25 September 2022
ISBN : 9783030900618
Pages : 543 pages
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This book considers theoretical issues of the ethnocultural landscape concepts at large as well as examples of its practical application in ethnic communities of Siberia. It reveals the patterns of the processes of penetration, settlement, development and adaptation of Siberian populations from Paleolithic time to Russian colonization in the era of the Russian Empire, during Soviet modernization and in the face of modern challenges. The authors consider the principal interactions (character, stages, conditions), system-related evidence and phenomena that determine the diverse specifics and multidirectional vectors of a change in the ethnic (social, cultural, economic, legal) presence in large subregions of Siberia in the mirror of various theoretical paradigms. This transdisciplinary volume appeals to researchers, lecturers and students in the fields of geography, history, philosophy, anthropology, ecology, archaeology and interfaces to many other disciplines.

Humans in the Siberian Landscapes

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