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Coevolution: Genes, Culture, and Human Diversity
Charles Darwin's On the Origins of Species had two principal goals: to show that species had not been separately created and to show that natural selection had been the main force behind theirExpand
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In this paper, I review recent attempts to formulate an evolutionary theory of cultural change. Historically, cultural evolution has had a bad name in anthropology, largely because the term has beenExpand
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Resource Competition and Human Aggression, Part I: A Review of Primitive War
  • W. H. Durham
  • Biology
  • The Quarterly Review of Biology
  • 1 September 1976
The relationship between biological and cultural evolution is of major importance to the study of human ecology and social behavior. This paper argues that to an important and generally unrecognizedExpand
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Cultural Evolution: Overview
Cultural evolution is one of the most hotly debated of all concepts in the social and behavioral sciences. There are many reasons for the debate, but some of the most important issues stem from theExpand
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Air pollution and student health.
  • W. H. Durham
  • Medicine
  • Archives of environmental health
  • 1 May 1974
This study investigates the health effects of air pollution on student populations at seven California universities during the 1970 to 1971 academic year. The combined use of a spatiotemporal controlExpand
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Shrouded in a fetishistic mist: commoditisation of sustainability in tourism
In this paper we first provide a theoretical argument of commodity fetishism of sustainability in tourism, with a focus on the emergence of certification for sustainability as a means of elucidatingExpand
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Human Reproduction.Eric Golanty