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Biological Anthropology and Ethics

From Repatriation to Genetic Identity
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State University of New York Press
Anthropology, Social Science, Human population genetics, Anthropological ethics, Animals, Physical anthropology, Sociology, Philosophy & Social Aspects, Mammals, Anthropology - Physical, Animals / Pets, Human genetics, Moral and ethical as
ContributionsTrudy R. Turner (Editor), Turner Trudy R. (Editor)
The Physical Object
FormatPaperback
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL7803324M
ISBN 10079146296X
ISBN 139780791462966

“Biological Anthropology and Ethics reminds us that we need to guard against carrying out our work in a vacuum devoid of ethical considerations.” — International Journal of Primatology “This stimulating volume is worthy, not only of our attention, but also of 5/5(2).

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 5/5(2).

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FREE Shipping Due to Author: Trudy Turner. The first comprehensive account of the ethical issues facing biological anthropologists today, Biological Anthropology and Ethics opens the door for discussions of ethical issues Price: $   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.

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.

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is a platform for academics to share research papers. Primatologist Jane Goodall. Source: National Geographic The book opens with an informative introduction, which defines and establishes key terms and phrases for the understanding of the reader. The book is then broken down into subfields of biological anthropologists’ writings on ethics in the fields of primatology, skeletal and fossil remain analyses and, finally, human biological.

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Turner. The next few chapters cover human biology/ cultural anthropology and how it relates to studying groups of people or cultures. The majority of this blog post will cover the standard ethical guidelines associated with working with human subjects, and conclusion of this post will summarize two of the fieldwork case examples mentioned in the book.

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Ethics. In Handbook of methods in cultural anthropology. Edited by H. Russell Bernard, – Walnut Creek, CA: AltaMira. E-mail Citation» This chapter is a detailed survey of the subject by the foremost authority on it.

Fluehr-Lobban, Carolyn. A century of ethics and professional anthropology. AAA Anthropology News A companion to biological anthropology / edited by Clark Spencer Larsen.

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Ethics in biological anthropology have also been discussed at sessions at the annual meetings and more recently at presidential panels at the meetings. The first major ethics symposium was organized by Trudy Turner at the AAPA annual meeting (Turner, ). The symposium was an outgrowth of a NSF sponsored workshop held in Milwaukee in on Anthropology, Genetic Diversity, and by: 2.

Book Editor(s): M. Anne Katzenberg. Search for more papers by this author. Anne L. Grauer because of the way in which it integrates the scientific values of biomedicine and the cultural relativism of anthropology. Among the shared values emerging from such discussions are a belief in the importance of respect for human dignity, acceptance.

I chose Biological Anthropology by Barbara J. King because many of the non-fiction books that I read referenced anthropological concepts or used words from that discipline with which I was unfamiliar. Professor King makes the concepts of biological anthropology concepts simple to understand through clear explanation and the use of relevant /5(18).

a symposium on Anthropology, Genetic Diversity and Ethics, was a member of the AAPA Committee on Ethics and the AAA Task Force examining issues raised in the book, Darkness in El Dorado.

Phillip Walker received his Ph.D. from the University of Chicago in can Anthropological Association Ethics Committee and theCited by: An Indispensable Resource on Advanced Methods of Analysis of Human Skeletal and Dental Remains in Archaeological and Forensic Contexts Now in its third edition, Biological Anthropology of the Human Skeleton has become a key reference for bioarchaeologists, human osteologists, and paleopathologists throughout the world.

It builds upon basic skills to provide the foundation for advanced. 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.

Trudy R. Turner is Professor of Anthropology at the University of Wisconsin at Milwaukee.5/5(2). Biological anthropology and ethics: from repatriation to genetic identity. [Trudy Turner;] -- "Biological anthropologists face an array of ethical issues as they engage in fieldwork around the world.

This is an excellent site with many resources about forensic anthropology, paleopathology, and other biological fields within anthropology.

The site also contains on-line copies of the American Journal of Physical Anthropology. The Skull Module This on-line 3-D skull image has labeled parts. Compiled by the AAPA Ethics Committee* (*last updated March ) Key Resources for Biological Anthropology.

Turner, TR () Large scale collections of biological materials and ethical first principles. Curator 57(2): ; MacClancy, J and Fuentes, A, editors () Ethics in the Field: Contemporary Challenges.

New York: Berghahn Books. Ethics in anthropology—the moral principles that guide anthropological conduct— are organically connected to what it means to be a good anthropologist. As in medicine, “Do no harm” is a foundational principle of the American Anthropological Association’s Code of Ethics (see associated web link).

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My general interest in biological anthropology and ethics grew out of an interest in the relationship between the study of human and non-human primate diversity and ethics.

A link to the book I edited on the topic can be found on my research web page. I have also been devoted to the issue of training women in science. Anthropology is a multidisciplinary field of science and scholarship, which includes the study of all aspects of humankind --archaeological, biologic al, linguistic and sociocultural.

Anthropology has roots in the natural and social sciences and in the humanities, ranging in approach from basic to applied research and to scholarly interpretation.tant codes and regulations for an understanding of ethics in biological anthropology are discussed below.

Of critical importance is an understanding of the relationship between codes of ethical behavior and legal standards and require-ments. While codes indicate norms and collective ideas of responsibil-Cited by: 2.Adriana Petryna is Associate Professor of Anthropology and Associate Fellow, Center for Bioethics, University of Pennsylvania.

She is the author of Life Exposed: Biological Citizens after Chernobyl. Andrew Lakoff is Assistant Professor of Sociology and Science Studies at .