Translation for 'anthropological' from English to Russian
ADJ   anthropological | more anthropological | most anthropological
антропологический {adj}anthropological
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Translation for 'anthropological' from English to Russian

антропологический {adj}
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  • The Board for Anthropological Research sponsored over forty anthropological expeditions to study Australian Aboriginal people in the five decades following its establishment in 1926.
  • Published in 1937, Du Bois’s Some Anthropological Perspectives on Psychoanalysis discussed the relationship between Anthropology and Psychoanalysis.
  • He has served on the editorial board of Regional Development Dialogue, the journal of the United Nations Centre for Regional Development, and the online anthropological journal Mathematical Anthropology and Cultural Theory.
  • Scientific ethnomedical studies constitute either anthropological research or drug discovery research.
  • Fenton chaired the Committee on Anthropological Research in Museums (CARM) from 1965 to 1973, during the majority of its life.

  • Hans Steinmüller, reviewing "On Kings" in the "Journal of the Royal Anthropological Institute", described Graeber and his co-author Marshall Sahlins as "two of the most important anthropological thinkers of our time" and considered their contribution to represent a "benchmark" for the anthropological theory of kingship.
  • To illustrate the depth of an anthropological approach, one can take just one of these topics, such as "racism" and find thousands of anthropological references, stretching across all the major and minor sub-fields.
  • Harris' earliest work began in the Boasian tradition of descriptive anthropological fieldwork, but his fieldwork experiences in Mozambique in the late 1950s caused him to shift his focus from ideological features of culture toward behavioral aspects.
  • The Diana Forsythe Prize was created in 1998 to recognize the best book or series of articles relating to feminist anthropological research on work, science, and technology.
  • Buckland published anthropological papers in "The Westminster Review" and the "Journal of the Anthropological Institute", many of which were the basis of oral presentations at scientific meetings.

  • The American Association of Anthropological Genetics (AAAG) is an educational and scientific organization founded in 1994.
  • Some scientists suggest Upper Chuvash descend from Hill Maris, assimilated by Chuvashs. Anthropological analysis via mathematical simulation suggests Hill Maris and Upper Chuvashs are represented by the same anthropological type.
  • David Graeber relies on critical realism, which he understands as a form of 'heraclitean' philosophy, emphasizing flux and change over stable essences, in his anthropological book on the concept of value, "Toward an anthropological theory of value: the false coin of our own dreams".
  • His current research in Denmark involves the history of anthropological thought, and the connections between anthropological and social theory.
  • Outside of these projects, there has actually been very little to no anthropological data on the Arára people especially around time of contact.

  • The genesis of the anthropological type is under discussion.
  • CAFFE stands for Coordinating Anthropological Film Festivals in Europe.
  • Poets, and to a lesser extent fiction writers, often use anthropological concepts, including the anthropological understanding of totemism.
  • The Human Terrain System was condemned by the American Anthropological Association in November 2007, which called it an "unacceptable application of anthropological expertise."
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