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Ethical issues in human population biology2012 Current anthropology (Supplement) 53 (5): S222-S232
  • Trudy R. Turner
H6 [CURRENT-]in special issue 'The biological anthropology of living human populations: world histories, national styles, and international networks'
CSI OZARKS: practicing forensic anthropology2007 Practicing anthropology 29 (2): 40-6
  • Lester S. Lakey
  • Suzanne E. Walker
qH6 [PRACTICING-]0888-4552in thematic issue 'On the edge: practice and ethics' with introduction by J Simonelli
Rumours on 'sterilizing' vaccines: mistrust, bioethics and research on new contraceptive technologies2006 Curare 29 (1): 59-70, 126
  • Sylvie Schuster
H6/KGT [CURARE-]0344-8622in special issue 'Reproductive disruptions: perspectives on African contexts'; German and French summaries
The biological and evolutionist bases of ethic2006 Human evolution 21 (4): 193-203
  • B. Chiarelli
H6/HB [HUMAN-]0393-9375
Human genome diversity: ethics and practice in Australia2004 Human evolution 19 (2): 131-44
  • S. van Holst Pellekaan
Acting ethically, responding culturally: framing the new reproductive and genetic technologies in Sri Lanka2004 The Asia Pacific journal of anthropology 5 (3): 227-43
  • Bob Simpson
Trials and tribulations of navigating IRBs: anthropological and biomedical perspectives of [risk] in conducting human subjects research2003 Anthropological quarterly 76 (2): 299-320
  • Elisa J. Gordon
H6 'PRIMITIVE-'0003-5491
Development of ethnic traditions in the context of contemporary biomedical experimentation2003 Vestsi Akademii Navuk Belarusi 3: 14-21, 125
  • N. A. Stsepanenka
H6/KVY [AKADEMIYA NAVUK BYELARUSKAY SSR. Vestsi seryya hramadskikh navuk]0321-1649English and Russian summaries
Contemporary bio-anthropology: where the trailing edge of anthropology meets the leading edge of bioethics2002 Anthropology today 18 (4): 3-7
  • Jonathan Marks
Some problems posed by ethno-pharmacology and pharmaceutical research into natural compounds2002 Journal des anthropologues 88/9: 53-78
  • Eisabeth Motte-Florac
1156-0428in thematic issue ' Medicine et biologie: chimeres et productions du social'; English summary
Social and institutional controversies about placental blood collected for therapeutic ends2002 Journal des anthropologues 88/9: 123-38
  • Claire Boileau
1156-0428in thematic issue ' Medicine et biologie: chimeres et productions du social'; English summary
Anthropology and public culture. The Yanomami, science and ethics2001 Anthropology today 17 (3): 10-14
  • Steven Nugent
H6 [ANTHROPOLOGY-]0361-7882
In the science zone. The Yanomami and the fight for representation2001 Anthropology today 17 (4): 9-14
  • Michael J. Fisher
H6 [ANTHROPOLOGY-]0361-7882
In the science zone: the Yanomami and the fight for representation (3)2001 Anthropology today 17 (5): 16-19
  • Michael M. J. Fischer
The incorporate bodies of recombinant capital2001 Dialectical anthropology 26 (1): 1-17
  • Eugene Thacker
H6 [DIALECTICAL-]0304-4092
New techniques for the study of human variation2000 Anthropologiai közlemények 41: 79-84
  • Charles Susanne
  • Eva Bodzsár
H6/HB [ANTHROPOLOGIAI-]0003-5440English summary
Challenges of the European anthropology2000 Rivista di antropologia 78: 47-55
  • Charles Susanne
H6 [SOCIETA-]0085-5723in 'Proceedings of the 13th Congress of the Italian Anthropologists'. Roma and Sabaudia, 4-8 October 1999
The collecting of bones for anthropological narratives1992 American Indian Culture and research Journal 16 (2): 21-35
  • R E Bieder
Stellungnahme zur Veröffentlichung von S. Ehrhardt (1990): Setukesen. Eine Bevölkerungsgruppe zwischen Esten und Russen im südöstlichen Estland. "Homo" 40, 159-175. Überlegungen zur Verantwortung in anthropologischen Arbeiten [comments on S Ehrhardt in "Homo" 1989 (40:3-4) 159-75; English summary]1992 Anthropologischer Anzeiger 50: 157-63
  • B Herrmann
  • U Kattmann
The ownership of culture: reconciling our common and separate heritages1992 Archaeology in Oceania 27 (3): 161-7
  • Jonathan Stone