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Title: Demography and environmental adaptation : a comparative study of two aboriginal populations in West Malaysia
Authors: Southeast Asia Population Research Awards Program
Gomes, A.G.
Keywords: INDIGENOUS POPULATION
DEMOGRAPHIC CHANGE
MALAYSIA
MORTALITY
COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS
SOCIAL ASPECTS
ECOSYSTEMS
POPULATION COMPOSITION
CULTURAL FACTORS
FERTILITY
CONTRACEPTION
Date: 1978
Publisher: SEAPRAP, Singapore, SG
Series/Report no.: SEAPRAP research report; no. 35
Abstract: Presents the relationship between demographic aspects of two different Orang Asli groups and their environmental adaptation, and stresses that the population structure and dynamics differ considerably between a hunting group and a sedentary group.
Description: Ed. version
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10625/4760
Project Number: 760012
770137
Project Title: Population Research Support Program (Southeast Asia) - Phase II
Southeast Asia Population Research Awards Program (SEAPRAP) - Phase III
Access: Open Access
Copyright: Institute of Southeast Asian Studies
License: OA Permission License
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