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Biological Anthropology and Ethics From Repatriation to Genetic Identity

Edited By: Trudy R Turner
Biological Anthropology and Ethics
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  • Biological Anthropology and Ethics ISBN: 9780791462966 Paperback Dec 2004 Usually dispatched within 1-2 weeks
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Biological anthropologists face an array of ethical issues as they engage in fieldwork around the world. In this volume human biologists, geneticists, paleontologists, and primatologists confront their involvement with, and obligations to, their research subjects, their discipline, society, and the environment. Those working with human populations explore such issues as who speaks for a group, community consultation and group consent, the relationship between expatriate communities and the community of origin, and disclosing the identity of both individuals and communities. Those working with skeletal remains discuss issues that include access to and ownership of fossil material. Primatologists are concerned about the well-being of their subjects in laboratory and captive situations, and must address yet another set of issues regarding endangered animal populations and conservation in field situations. The first comprehensive account of the ethical issues facing biological anthropologists today, Biological Anthropology and Ethics opens the door for discussions of ethical issues in professional life.

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Edited By: Trudy R Turner
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