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Understanding Mexico’s Drug Violence
A dramatic increase in criminal violence in Mexico since 2007 has resulted in an estimated 60,000–70,000 “additional” homicides, often of an especially brutal form, related to drug trafficking andExpand
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The Crime Drop in America: Frontmatter
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Primate Calls, Human Language, and Nonverbal Communication [and Comments and Reply]
Etude des deux formes de communication utilisee par les humains : le langage et la communication non verbale ; cette derniere forme etant utilisee par les primates pour communiquer. Commentaires,Expand
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The Crime Drop and Beyond
▪ Abstract Violent crime in the United States has traveled a striking path in the past 20 years, from a sharp spike in the late 1980s to a dramatic drop beginning around 1993 that lasted until aExpand
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The Crime Drop in America: The Recent Rise and Fall of American Violence
democracy, and often admirable role in world affairs is tempered, for many, by concern and puzzlement over another American distinction – her perennial presence at the top of the list of the mostExpand
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The Effects of Social Structure, Geographical Structure, and Population Size on the Evolution of Mitochondrial DNA: II. Molecular Clocks and the Lineage Sorting Period
Evolutionary geneticists have increasingly used sequence variation in mitochondrial DNA (mtDNA) as a source of historical information. However, conclusions based on these data remain tentativeExpand
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The Effects of Social Structure, Geographical Structure, and Population Size on the Evolution of Mitochondrial DNA: II. Molecular Clocks and the Lineage Sorting Period
Abstract. Evolutionary geneticists have increasingly used sequence variation in mitochondrial DNA (mtDNA) as a source of historical information. However, conclusions based on these data remainExpand
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Aping language: Notes
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The effects of social structure, geographical structure, and population size on the evolution of mitochondrial DNA: I. A simulation model
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A program simulating the distribution of variation in mitochondrial DNA in macaques is described. Expand
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