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The Xavante in Transition: Health, Ecology, and Bioanthropology in Central Brazil (Human-Environment Interactions) ePub download

by Nancy M. Flowers,Francisco M. Salzano,Ricardo V. Santos,Carlos E. A. Coimbra Jr.

  • Author: Nancy M. Flowers,Francisco M. Salzano,Ricardo V. Santos,Carlos E. A. Coimbra Jr.
  • ISBN: 0472030035
  • ISBN13: 978-0472030033
  • ePub: 1897 kb | FB2: 1208 kb
  • Language: English
  • Category: Social Sciences
  • Publisher: University of Michigan Press (March 25, 2004)
  • Pages: 376
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Carlos E. Coimbra Jr. is Professor of Medical Anthropology at the National School of Public Health, Rio de Janeiro. Flowers is Adjunct Associate Professor of Anthropology, Hunter College. Francisco M. Salzano is Emeritus Professor, Department of Genetics, Federal University of Rio Grande do Sul, Brazil. Ricardo V. Santos is Professor of Biological Anthropology at the National School of Public Health and at the National Museum IUFRJ, Rio de Janeiro.

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Nancy Flowers, Francisco M. Salzano, and Ricardo Santos. Human Ecology volume 31, pages657–660(2003)Cite this article.

By Carlos E. Nancy Flowers, Francisco M. University of Michigan Press, Ann Arbor, MI, 2002, 344 p. index. By Carlos E.

The Xavánte in Transition presents a diachronic view of the long and complex interaction between the . (J. Coimbra, Nancy M. Shop for Books on Google Play. Browse the world's largest eBookstore and start reading today on the web, tablet, phone, or ereader.

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Coimbra, Flowers, Salzano, and Santos have written an unusual book . The history Coimbra et al. write is a recent history, focused on the past 50 years.

The history Coimbra et al. Coimbra, J. Salzano, and . Salzano, and Ricardo V. Illuminates the experience of a small-scale culture with large-scale change. Human-Environment Interactions. Santos is Professor of Biological Anthropology, National School of Public Health and at the National Museum IUFRJ, Rio de Janeiro. Published: 1 December 2003. by Springer Science and Business Media LLC. in Human Ecology. Human Ecology, Volume 31, pp 657-660; doi:10.

The Xavánte in Transition presents a diachronic view of the long and complex interaction between the Xavánte, an indigenous people of the Brazilian Amazon, and the surrounding nation, documenting the effects of this interaction on Xavánte health, ecology, and biology. A powerful example of how a small-scale society, buffeted by political and economic forces at the national level and beyond, attempts to cope with changing conditions, this study will be important reading for demographers, economists, environmentalists, and public health workers.". . . an integrated and politically informed anthropology for the new millennium. They show how the local and the regional meet on the ground and under the skin." --Alan H. Goodman, Professor of Biological Anthropology, Hampshire College"This volume delivers what it promises. Drawing on twenty-five years of team research, the authors combine history, ethnography and bioanthropology on the cutting edge of science in highly readable form."--Daniel Gross, Lead Anthropologist, The World Bank"No doubt it will serve as a model for future interdisciplinary scholarship. It promises to be highly relevant to policy formulation and implementation of health care programs among small-scale populations in Brazil and elsewhere."--Laura R. Graham, Professor of Anthropology, University of IowaCarlos E. A. Coimbra Jr. is Professor of Medical Anthropology at the National School of Public Health, Rio de Janeiro.Nancy M. Flowers is Adjunct Associate Professor of Anthropology, Hunter College. Francisco M. Salzano is Emeritus Professor, Department of Genetics, Federal University of Rio Grande do Sul, Brazil. Ricardo V. Santos is Professor of Biological Anthropology at the National School of Public Health and at the National Museum IUFRJ, Rio de Janeiro.
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