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Erratum to: When Hunters Gather but Do Not Hunt, Playing with the State in the Forest: Jarawa Children’s Changing World

  • Vishvajit Pandya
Erratum
Part of the Replacement of Neanderthals by Modern Humans Series book series (RNMH)

Erratum to: Chapter 16 in: H. Terashima, B.S. Hewlett (eds.), Social Learning and Innovation in Contemporary Hunter-Gatherers, Replacement of Neanderthals by Modern Humans Series,  10.1007/978-4-431-55997-9_16

Following the publication of this book chapter [1], it has been brought to the publisher’s attention that this chapter includes wording from the work of others without rephrasing and appropriate attribution.

Footnote 1 (p. 189) and footnote 3 (p. 191) as well as some text in paragraphs 2 and 3 on p. 190 (in section 16.2) were taken from [2].

The last paragraph on p. 192 finishing on p. 193 (section 16.3), the first paragraph on p. 193 (in section 16.4), footnote 4 (p. 193), and footnote 13 on p. 198 were taken from [3].

[1] Pandya V (2016) When Hunters Gather but Do Not Hunt, Playing with the State in the Forest: Jarawa Children’s Changing World. In: Terashima H, Hewlett BS (eds) Social Learning and Innovation in Contemporary Hunter–Gatherers: Evolutionary and Ethnographic Perspectives. Springer Japan, Tokyo, pp 187–199.

[2] Atkinson L (2006) From play to knowledge: from visual to verbal?. Anthropol Matters J 8(2):1–17.

[3] Gray P (2008) Children Educate Themselves III: The Wisdom of Hunter-Gatherers. Psychology Today https://www.psychologytoday.com/blog/freedom-learn/200808/children-educate-themselves-iii-the-wisdom-hunter-gatherers

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Dhirubhai Ambani Institute of Information and Communication TechnologyGujaratIndia

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