Genetics and Social Inquiry

@inproceedings{Freese2009GeneticsAS,
  title={Genetics and Social Inquiry},
  author={Jeremy Freese and Sara Shostak},
  year={2009}
}
Social science and genetic science still have fairly little engagement with one another, but the continued swift development of genetic science has certainly gained social scientists' attention. First, some social scientists are incorporating techniques from quantitative and molecular genetics into their work. Genetic data is increasingly recognized as providing valuable leverage even for research animated by strict interest in social environmental causes. Second, social scientists have been… CONTINUE READING

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