Edited By: JK Collins and DF Roberts
320 pages, Figs, tabs
Working capacity is the physiological key to understanding man's ability, in technically less advanced communities, to exploit his environment, and hence to understanding his role in the ecological balance. In this volume the knowledge of working capacity in tropical populations is reviewed in a series of illustrative papers. First published in 1988.
For both its content and the research it may stimulate, this volume is of value to a wide audience of medical anthropologists for their professional research and teaching. Barry Bogin, Medical Anthropology Quarterly
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