Band Mobility and Leadership Among the Western Toba Hunter-Gatherers of Gran Chaco in Argentina
|Author: ||Mendoza, Marcela|
Mendoza presents an ethnographic description of the Western Toba, an indigenous population of around 1,200 living in Formosa Province, Argentina. Drawing upon extensive fieldwork, she analyzes the past and present organization of their society, focusing on how it has been affected by changes in the seasonal movements of bands. She argues that despite widespread cultural change among these people, their egalitarian concept of leadership still persists.
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