Review of Inbreeding, Incest, and the Incest Taboo: The State of Knowledge at the Turn of the Century
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Anthropology and Museum Studies
This book, the outcome of a conference (2000) marking the inauguration of the new Department of Anthropological Sciences at Stanford University, focuses renewed attention on Westermarck’s hypothesis in light of recent ﬁndings from genetics, biological anthropology, primatology, ethnography, history, psychiatry, and philosophy.
Barlow, K. (2006). [Review of the book Inbreeding, Incest, and the Incest Taboo: The State of Knowledge at the Turn of the Century by A. P. Wolf and W. H. Durham, eds]. American Anthropologist, 108(2), 447–448. https://doi.org/10.1525/aa.2006.108.2.447
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