Since the 1960s, advances made in the disciplines concerned with
prehistory have led to our view of human evolution and the forces
that have shaped the cultural foundations of modern humanity. It is
now possible to make a reconstruction of the physical and
behavioural characteristics that lay behind the social life of
pre-human ancestors as much as two million years ago. The text
introduces the evidence to a wider audience and argues that human
evolution and human status are only intelligible through an
interaction of biological and social factors. The significance and
relevance of prehistory to the social sciences is a major theme of
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