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Brand: Routledge
This book isof very few studies on the influence of genetic tests on the narrative of groups, a topic which is becoming increasingly important with growth of the number of DNA tests conducted among indigenous populations.
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Brand: MIT Press
A study of the Guadalupe, California, oil spill and what it reveals about society's disinclination to respond to chronic, festering environmental problems.
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Brand: University of Wisconsin Press
Nature and Culture in the Andes reveals the intimate and unexpected relationships of plants, animals, and people in western South America. Throughout his quest to understand this geographically diverse region, Daniel Gade integrates the imagination of an expert geographer with the research skills of a natural and cultural historian.
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Brand: University of Chicago Press
This critical review of behavior patterns in nonhuman primates is an excellent study of the importance of female roles in different social groups and their significance in the evolution of human social life. A book that properly illuminates in rich detail not only developmental and socioecological aspects of primate behavior but also how and why certain questions are asked.
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Brand: MIT Press
A new, social epistemology of science that addresses practical as well as theoretical concerns.
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Brand: Trans Pacific Press
Japans post-World War II economic miracle is well-known and much discussed, as is the collapse of the bubble economy and the almost decade long economic stagnation of the 1990s. In this collection of essays and articles spanning two decades of intellectual work, Koichi Hasegawa one of Japans foremost environmental sociologists reveals another dimension to the Japanese experience of the late 20th century, a developing civil society.
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Brand: Sage Publications (CA)
These four volumes focus on the city and the urban economy - its meaning, interpretation, study, and measurement. It examines the city in the national economy and then relates urban economies in a globalizing world. The final volume reviews the management of the urban economy.
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Brand: University Press of Florida
In this revised edition with a new preface and updated information through 2003, Falk reexamines her groundbreaking research of how the human brain evolved and reveals how this process continues to impact our species. Last published in 1992.
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Brand: University of California Press
Alien Ocean immerses readers in worlds being newly explored by marine biologists, worlds usually out of sight and reach: the deep sea, the microscopic realm, and oceans beyond national boundaries.
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Brand: TPACF
This title is the second volume of a comprehensive, six-volume survey which documents the miraculous growth of Japanese science and technology from postwar devastation to its attaining a leading global status. The team of more than fifty Japanese experts labored for ten years in assembling the unique materials into a monumental work of careful scholarship. The study won the prestigious Mainichi Publications Award in 1997.
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Brand: Cambridge University Press
This book brings science to the heart of debates about globalization by exploring the globalization of science and its contrasting effects in Guinea (one of the world's poorest countries) and Trinidad (a more prosperous, industrialized and urbanized island). It focuses on environment, forestry and conservation, sciences that are central to these countries and involve resources that many depend upon for their livelihoods.
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Brand: EMLGP
The volume aims to produce an updated collection of advanced theories and methods in the field of urban policies, and highlights modern urban policies that stem from them. Contributions stress the limits of previous theories and methods, and emphasize the new directions that are developed in the field, and barriers that are overcome, providing in this way a dynamic perspective on theoretical and methodological knowledge in the field of urban economics.
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Brand: Oxford University Press, USA
We are interested in the evolution of hominin diets for several reasons. One is the fundamental concern over our present-day eating habits and the consequences of our societal choices, such as obesity prevalent in some cultures and starvation in others. Another is that humans have learned tofeed themselves in extremely varied environments, and these adaptations, which are fundamentally different from those of our closest biological relatives, have to have had historical roots of varying depth.
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Brand: Trans Pacific Press
Japans post-World War II economic miracle is well-known and much discussed, as is the collapse of the bubble economy and the almost decade long economic stagnation of the 1990s. In this collection of essays and articles spanning two decades of intellectual work, Koichi Hasegawa one of Japans foremost environmental sociologists reveals another dimension to the Japanese experience of the late 20th century, a developing civil society.
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Brand: Routledge
This book presents a breadth of scholarship not found in previous books on the evolution of early hominids. This wide-ranging account creates an accessible introduction to the development of humankind, suitable for students at all levels and the interested non-specialist. The re-evaluation of existing conventions and their replacement with convincing alternatives provide the basis for the study of early hominid evolution for years to come.
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