Advances in Anthropology & Primate Research

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Journal Overview

Anthropology is an astonishingly diverse and engaged field of study that seeks to understand human social behavior.  What Anthropologists Do presents a lively introduction to the ways in which anthropologys unique research methods and cutting edge thinking contribute to a very wide range of activities  environmental issues, aid and development, advocacy, human rights, social policy, the creative arts, museums, health, education, crime, communications technology, design, marketing, and business.

Advances in Anthropology & Primate Research (ANPR) is an Open Access journal , peer reviewed journal publishing latest research insights in human past and present. The journal emphasizes latest studies concerned to human in all its aspects  from the evolution as a species, to the relationship with the material world, and the vast variety of social practices and cultural forms existing and that have already become extinct. This is a long lasting discipline that tries to explain humanity in various forms. This multidiscipline majorly includes but not limit to biological anthropology, social anthropology, medical anthropology and material culture.

 This journal includes a wide range of manuscript forms such as original, reviews, commentaries, rapid communications, letters, opinions, perspectives and other short articles. The journal allows the readers to use and reuse the content with no restriction barriers with proper citation of the scholarly work under Creative Commons Attribution License. The journal content published is selectively chosen by the section editors after evaluation by multiple peers to make certain only high quality manuscripts are published.

The journal represents the distinctive strands of research that are presently being pursued within Anthropology s expanding research community.

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Key Words
Archaeological Culture  Historical Archaeology Political Subjectivity
Archaeology Human biology Prehistoric Medicine
Biological Culture Human Growth and Development Primate and human variation
Biological or physical anthropology Human Relations Primate behavior
Cognitive Human Rights and Advocacy Primate biological variation
Commonalities between Fields Intangible Cultural Heritage Psychological
Communicative practices Landscape and Spatial Studies Psychological Anthropology
Controversial Ethical Stances Language and Cognition Qualitative Research
Cultural anthropology Linguistic Anthropology Religion and Cosmology
Cyborg Literature and Poetics Rituals and Life Cycle Events
Digital Material Culture/Materiality Rural Anthropology
Ecological Media and Journalism Sexuality
Economics: Applied and Development Medical Anthropology Skeletal Biology
Engaged Theory Memetics Social anthropology
Environmental Museum Anthropology Social anthropology,
Ethics of Cultural Relativism Nationalism Sociocultural
Ethnobiology Nature, Science and Technology Theological Anthropology
Ethnology Origins of Society Transitional Justice
Evolutionary Palaeoanthropology Transpersonal
Feminist Anthropology Paleoanthropology Urban Anthropology
Forensic and paleo anthropology Performance and Festivals  
Gender and Sexuality Philosophical Anthropology  
Genetics and Genomics Political and Legal  
Globalization Political Ecology  
Historical Political Economy  

 

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