New Developments in Anthropology Research

Oberto J. Schulz (Editor)
Bega E. Koch (Editor)

Series: Anthropology Research and Developments
BISAC: SOC002000

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In this book, the authors present current research in anthropology research. Topics discussed in this compilation include the recent developments in Christian theological anthropology; dental age as a biological indicator to estimate chronological age; the role of design ethnography in the development of corporate anthropology; mind-group identity and social alchemy; the evidence for sociality in fossil primates; and mountain studies in anthropology. (Imprint: Nova)

Preface

Dental Age as a Biological Indicator to Estimate Chronological Age
(J. Limeres Posse, J. Fernandez Feijoo, A. Pinto Salgado, I. Ramos Barbosa, P. Varela Centelles, P. Diz Dios, Grupo de Investigación en Odontología Médico-Quirúrgica (OMEQUI), Santiago de Compostela University, Spain)

Design Anthropology: Ethnographic Inquiries between Industry, Academe and Government
(Charlotte Jonasson, Jakob Lauring, Toke Bjerregaard, Departments of Psychology and Business Administration, Aarhus University, Denmark)

The Cement of Social Alchemy: Philosophical Analysis of Mind-Group Identity
(Nikolay Milkov, Universität Paderborn, Germany)

Recent Developments in Christian Theological Anthropology
(Thomas V. Frederick, College of Psychology & Counseling, Hope International University, California, USA)

Some Aspects of Utilization of Anthropological Principle Arguments in Theologia Naturalis in the Light of Analytical Philosophy of Religion
(Marian Ambrozy, Katolicka Univerzita v Ruzomberku, Slovac Republic)

Using Sexual Dimorphism and Development to Reconstruct Mating Systems in Ancient Primates
(Susan Cachel, Department of Anthropology, Rutgers University, New Brunswick, New Jersey, USA)*

From Mountain Anthropology to Montology? An Overview of the Anthropological Approach to Mountain Studies
(James R. Veteto, Department of Anthropology, University of Georgia, USA)*

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