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Title Human population dynamics : cross-disciplinary perspectives / edited by Helen Macbeth and Paul Collinson.
Imprint Cambridge, UK ; New York : Cambridge University Press, 2002.

Series The Biosocial Society symposium series ; 14
Biosocial Society symposium series ; 14.
Subject Population -- Congresses.
Sociobiology -- Congresses.
Social evolution -- Congresses.
Demography -- Congresses.
Alt Name Macbeth, Helen M.
Collinson, Paul, 1969-
Description 1 online resource (xvi, 224 pages) : illustrations.
Note "This volume arises from the fifteenth workshop of the Biosocial Society, which was held at the Pauling Human Science centre, Oxford, in 2000"--Preface.
Bibliography Note Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contents Introduction: the framework of studying human population dynamics / Helen Macbeth and Paul Collinson -- Demographic perspectives on human population dynamics / Andrew Hinde -- The growing concentration of world population from 1950 to 2050 / John I. Clarke -- Population, community and society in peasant societies / Robert Layton -- From genetic variation to population dynamics: insights into the biological understanding of humans / Jaume Bertranpetit and Francesc Calafell -- Social institutions and demographic regimes in non-industrial societies: a comparative approach / Richard Smith -- The dynamics of child survival / Emily K. Rousham and Louise T. Humphrey -- Genetic structure of south Indian caste populations: a confluence of biology and culture / L.B Jorde [and others] -- Fertility, mortality and migration transitions in association with socioeconomic modernization among highland minority populations in Southeast Asia / Peter Kunstadter -- Ecology, homeostasis and survival in human population dynamics / Robert Attenborough.
Summary Human Population Dynamics is an introductory text demonstrating how changes in human population structure can be addressed from multi-disciplinary perspectives. As such, it contains contributions from specialists in demography, social and biological anthropology, genetics, biology, sociology, ecology and human geography. This text is aimed at academic researchers, graduates and undergraduates.
Note Print version record.
ISBN 0521808650
9780521808651
0521004683 (pbk.)
9780521004688 (pbk.)
0511063970 (electronic bk.)
9780511063978 (electronic bk.)
0511057644
9780511057649
0511072430
9780511072437
0511176856 (electronic bk.)
9780511176852 (electronic bk.)
9780511542480 (ebook)
0511542488 (ebook)
9786610433742
6610433747
OCLC # 70728418
Additional Format Print version: Human population dynamics. Cambridge, UK ; New York : Cambridge University Press, 2002 (DLC) 2001052627