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    Published 1992
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    Published 1888
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    Published 1991
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    Published 1987
    Table of Contents: “…/ Karl J. Franklin -- Anthropologists and missionaries : moral roots of conflict / Robert J. …”
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    by Kaidonis, John A.
    Published 2007
    “…Anthropologists have for many years considered human tooth wear a normal physiological phenomenon where teeth, although worn, remain functional throughout life. …”
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    “…Controversies over race conceptualizations have been ongoing for centuries and have been shaped, in part, by anthropologists. OBJECTIVE: To assess anthropologists' views on race, genetics, and ancestry. …”
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    “…While archival user studies have largely focused on humanities (and adjacent) scholars, this paper focuses on anthropologists engaged in scientific research. Based on qualitative results from an open-ended survey, we investigate how science-based anthropologists perceive and use archives in their work. …”
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    by Hysolli, Eriona
    Published 2009
    “…At the 2009 Society for Medical Anthropology Conference at Yale University, anthropologist Didier Fassin discussed social inequality and the politicization of health in the context of global public health.…”
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    by Šterk, Karmen, Brložnik, Maja
    Published 2023
    “…Rather than further diversifying and increasing expectations towards veterinarians by expecting them to acquire additional skills, we propose another practitioner who can support, mediate, and enhance veterinary performance – the cultural anthropologist. With their deep knowledge of cultural differences and social dynamics, they can collaborate with veterinarians to act as a liaison between cultures, paradigms, and species.…”
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    “…It bridges the gap between socio-cultural elements and public-health challenges; as a result, many medical anthropologists have raised the importance of culture in health matters. …”
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    “…INTRODUCTION: This paper describes collaborative relationships between anthropologists and neonatologists engaged to research prematurity in a long term study to assess health outcomes related to preterm individuals born in 1990s in Buenos Aires, Argentina. …”
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    by Orso, Ethelyn Gay, 1941-
    Published 1991
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