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Genes, Culture, and Human Evolution: A Synthesis is a textbook on human
evolution that offers students a unique combination of cultural anthropology
Written by two geneticists---including a world-renowned scientist and founder
of the Human Genome Diversity Project---and a socio-cultural anthropologist.
Based on recent findings in genetics and anthropology that indicate the
analysis of human culture and evolution demands an integration of these fields
Focuses on evolution---or, rather, co-evolution---viewed from the standpoint
of genes and culture, and their inescapable interactions.
Unifies cultural and genetic concepts rather than rehashing nonempirical
Demonstrates that empirical genetic evidence, based on modern DNA analysis
and population studies, provides an excellent foundation for understanding
human cultural diversity.