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References: p.305-333. - Contents: I, Southern African foragers. Neither are your ways my ways / G. Silberbauer; Diversity and flexibility: the case of the Bushmen / Mathias Guenther; Nharo and Hai//om settlement patterns in comparative perspective / Alan Barnard, T. Widlok; Kua: farmer/forager of the eastern Kalahari, Botswana / H. Vierich, Robert Hitchcock; Hunting variability at a recently sedentary Kalahari village / S. Kent; II, Eastern African foragers. The global process and local ecology: how should we explain differences between the Hadza and the !Kung? / James O'Connell; Fision, fusion and foragers in East Africa: the Okiek groups / Roderic Blackburn; III, Central African foragers. Cultural diversity among African pygmies / B. Hewlett; A comparative approach to hunting rituals among Baka Pygmies (Cameroon) / D.V. Joiris; Cultural diversity in the use of plants by Mbuti hunter-gatherers in northeastern Zaire / M. Ichikawa, H. Terashima; IV, Commentary. Hunter-gatherer research and cultural diversity / Nurit Bird-David.