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SELECT id, date, short_story, xfields, title, category, alt_name, MATCH (title, short_story, full_story, xfields) AGAINST ('Methodological Framework In practice, a three-part methodological framework establishes the SCA approach in archaeological investigation. The first part of the methodology involves&nbsp;identifying and recording information about archaeological sites in terms of locally available resources&nbsp;within a given economic range. These resources include&nbsp;those that are found within the surrounding area of an&nbsp;archaeological site, and those that were habitually used&nbsp;by the group in question. Specifically, these resources&nbsp;comprise sources of food and materials for toolmaking,&nbsp;in addition to plant evidence, animal remains, and&nbsp;artifacts associated with individual sites.\n \nUnderpinning this approach, the peoples associated with given archaeological sites are assumed to have&nbsp;exploited a local territory or home-range area immediately surrounding their sites. The second methodology in the SCA approach ties closely with the concept&nbsp;of home range and involves re') as score FROM dle_post WHERE MATCH (title, short_story, full_story, xfields) AGAINST ('Methodological Framework In practice, a three-part methodological framework establishes the SCA approach in archaeological investigation. The first part of the methodology involves&nbsp;identifying and recording information about archaeological sites in terms of locally available resources&nbsp;within a given economic range. These resources include&nbsp;those that are found within the surrounding area of an&nbsp;archaeological site, and those that were habitually used&nbsp;by the group in question. Specifically, these resources&nbsp;comprise sources of food and materials for toolmaking,&nbsp;in addition to plant evidence, animal remains, and&nbsp;artifacts associated with individual sites.\n \nUnderpinning this approach, the peoples associated with given archaeological sites are assumed to have&nbsp;exploited a local territory or home-range area immediately surrounding their sites. The second methodology in the SCA approach ties closely with the concept&nbsp;of home range and involves re') AND id != 88820 AND approve=1 AND date < '2020-07-13 07:10:11' ORDER BY score DESC LIMIT 5