Current Views of European Anthropologists on Race: Influence of Educational and Ideological Background

@article{Kaszycka2009CurrentVO,
  title={Current Views of European Anthropologists on Race: Influence of Educational and Ideological Background},
  author={K. Kaszycka and G. {\vS}trkalj and J. Strzałko},
  journal={American Anthropologist},
  year={2009},
  volume={111},
  pages={43-56}
}
ABSTRACT  Significant differences in views on race (once a core anthropological concept) occur between scientists from different countries. In light of the ongoing race debate, we present the concept's current status in Europe. On three occasions in 2002–03, we surveyed European anthropologists' opinions toward the biological race concept. The participants were asked whether they agreed that there are biological races within the species Homo sapiens. A dependence was sought between the type of… Expand
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