Race and three models of human origin

@article{Lieberman1995RaceAT,
  title={Race and three models of human origin},
  author={Leonard Lieberman and Fatimah L C Jackson},
  journal={American Anthropologist},
  year={1995},
  volume={97},
  pages={231-242}
}
L'avenir du concept de race depend en partie des interpretations faites des preuves moleculaires, biochimiques et anatomiques pour les recentes origines de l'Homo sapiens. La preuve du declin de ce concept chez les professeurs d'anthropologie physique, dans les textes et les publications de recherche est presentee ainsi que les quatre raisons de ce changement. Trois modeles observant les origines humaines recentes et utilisant la « race » comme terme descriptif pour un agregat de population… 

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