Human Variation: Races, Types, and Ethnic Groups

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Pearson Prentice Hall, 2006 - Social Science - 434 pages
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This classic introduction to human variation has been updated to include the issues and controversies facing the contemporary study of diversity. Covers the adaptation of complex traits; how the race concept shapes our perspective of health and disease; the distribution of human differences; and human variability and behavior. For those studying anthropology, biology, evolution, or human variation or human diversity.

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This was a hard book to read. I almost gave it a two star for that but the topics covered are interesting for me. It just forced you to concentrate very hard to understand what was being said half the ... Read full review

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FIGURES
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TABLES
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The Measures of Human Variation
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Stephen Molnar is Emeritus Professor of Anthropology at WashingtonUniversity.

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