For this alternative explanatory model as it pertains to the Sea Peoples in general, see Sherratt, “‘Sea Peoples’ and the Economic Structure of the Late Second Millennium in the Eastern Mediterranean,” in Mediterranean Peoples, pp. 292–313; for the application of the model specifically to the Philistine settlement, see Alexander A. Bauer, “Cities of the Sea: Maritime Trade and the Origin of Philistine Settlement in the Early Iron Age Southern Levant,” Oxford Journal of Archaeology 17.2 (1998), pp. 149–167.