Human Races: A Genetic and Evolutionary Perspective

@article{Templeton1998HumanRA,
  title={Human Races: A Genetic and Evolutionary Perspective},
  author={A. Templeton},
  journal={American Anthropologist},
  year={1998},
  volume={100},
  pages={632-650}
}
Race is generally used as a synonym for subspecies, which traditionally is a geographically circumscribed, genetically differentiated population. Sometimes traits show independent patterns of geographical variation such that some combination will distinguish most populations from all others. To avoid making "race" the equivalent of a local population, minimal thresholds of differentiation are imposed. Human "races" are below the thresholds used in other species, so valid traditional subspecies… Expand
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