Biological Anthropology and Ethics From Repatriation to Genetic Identity
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Copyright year: 2004
Publisher: State University of New York Press
Publication date: 12/16/2004
Size: 6.25" wide x 9.25" long x 0.75" tall
|Introduction : ethical concerns in biological anthropology|
|Field primatologists : duties, rights, and obligations|
|Studies of primates in the field and in captivity : similarities and differences in ethical concerns|
|Habituating primates for field study : ethical considerations for African great apes|
|Biological samples in the modern zoological park : a case study from the Bronx Zoo|
|Commentary : ethical issues surrounding the use of nonhuman primates in biomedical research|
|Ethical issues in the molding and casting of fossil specimens|
|The ethics of bioarchaeology|
|Ethical concerns in forensic anthropology|
|Commentary : a discussion of ethical issues in skeletal biology|
|Ethical issues in human biology behavioral research and research with children|
|Institutional review boards : the structural and cultural obstacles encountered in human biological research|
|Darkness in El Dorado : claims, counter-claims, and the obligations of researchers|
|A case study of ethical issues in genetic research : the Sally Hemings-Thomas Jefferson story|
|Psychological and ethical issues related to identity and inferring ancestry of African Americans|
|The consent process and aDNA research : contrasting approaches in North America|
|Working with ancient DNA : NAGPRA, Kennewick Man, and other ancient peoples|
|Commentary : changing standards of informed consent : raising the bar|
|Commentary : an overview of human subjects research in biological anthropology|
|Commentary : data sharing and access to information|
|Code of ethics of the American Anthropological Association|
|Code of ethics of the American Association of Physical Anthropologists|