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PART I Approaches, Perspectives and Issues


Subject Anthropology

Key-Topics disease

DOI: 10.1111/b.9781444334258.2012.x


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CHAPTER 2. Ethics and Issues in the Use of Human Skeletal Remains in Paleopathology CHAPTER 3. Evolutionary Thought in Paleopathology and the Rise of the Biocultural Approach CHAPTER 4. The Bioarchaeological Approach to Paleopathology CHAPTER 5. The Molecular Biological Approach in Paleopathology CHAPTER 6. The Ecological Approach: Understanding Past Diet and the Relationship Between Diet and Disease CHAPTER 7. An Epidemiological Approach to Paleopathology CHAPTER 8. The Promise, the Problems, and the Future of DNA Analysis in Paleopathology Studies CHAPTER 9. The Analysis and Interpretation of Mummified Remains CHAPTER 10. The Study of Parasites Through Time: Archaeoparasitology and Paleoparasitology CHAPTER 11. More Than Just Mad Cows: Exploring Human-Animal Relationships Through Animal Paleopathology CHAPTER 12. How Does The History of Paleopathology Predict its Future? ... log in or subscribe to read full text

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