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Title:
Biological anthropology an evolutionary perspective
Author:
King, Barbara J., 1956-
Personal Author:
Edition:
[Library edition].
Publication Information:
Chantilly, Va. : Teaching Co., [2002]

©2002
Physical Description:
4 videodiscs (approximately 720 min.) : sound, color ; 4 3/4 in. + 2 course guidebooks (22 cm.).
Summary:
Twenty-four lectures detailing the evolution of humanity.
General Note:
Accompanying course guidebooks include a glossary, species sketches, and annotated bibliographies.

Guidebooks numbered 1573-01 (part 1) and 1573-02 (part 2).

"Science & Mathematics"--Container.
Language:
English
Contents:
Part 1. Disc 1. lecture 1. What is biological anthropology? -- lecture 2. How evolution works -- lecture 3. The debate over evolution -- lecture 4. Matter arising: new species -- lecture 5. Prosimians, monkeys, and apes -- lecture 6. Monkey and ape social behavior -- Disc 2. lecture 7. The mind of the great ape -- lecture 8. Models for human ancestors? -- lecture 9. Introducing the hominids -- lecture 10. Lucy and company -- lecture 11. Stones and bones -- lecture 12. Out of Africa -- Part 2. Disc 3. lecture 13. Who were the Neandertals? -- lecture 14. Did hunting make us human? -- lecture 15. The prehistory of gender -- lecture 16. Modern human anatomy and behavior -- lecture 17. On the origins of Homo sapiens -- lecture 18. Language -- Disc 4. lecture 19. Do human races exist? -- lecture 20. Modern human variation -- lecture 21. Body fat, diet, and obesity -- lecture 22. The body and mind evolving -- lecture 23. Tyranny of the gene? -- lecture 24. Evolution and our future.
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ISBN:
9781565857339