The purpose of Hegmon’s Sharing model is to develop an understanding of the effect sharing strategies have on household survival. The model was developed with western Pueblo agriculturalists, specifically the Hopi, in mind. Households are modeled as sharing no resources, pooling all of their resources into specified groups, or practicing restricted sharing.
Hegmon, M. 1991 The Risks of Sharing and Sharing as Risk Reduction: Interhousehold Food Sharing in Egalitarian Societies. In Between Bands and States, edited by S. A. Gregg, pp. 309-332. Occasional Paper No. 9.
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