Обзор научных исследований в некоторых областях биологической антропологии в 2014-2019 гг.

Копцева Мария Сергеевна

 

Сибирский федеральный университет

 

Аннотация

В данной статье представлен краткий обзор научных исследований в области биологической антропологии за последние пять лет. Особое внимание уделяется палеоантропологии, а именно палеопатологии и человеческой биологии. Описанные исследования отражают тенденции развития биологической антропологии и биологии в целом. Основной метод исследования – дескриптивный анализ, выделение наиболее значимых тенденций в современной биологической антропологии. Подобный анализ современной литературы проводится впервые и имеет значение для понимания актуальной проблематики и логики научных антропологических поисков.

Ключевые слова: антропология, биологическая антропология, палеоантропология, палеопатология, историографический обзор

 

https://doi.org/10.31804/2542-1816-2019-3-2-23-37

 

Review of research in some areas of biological anthropology in 2014-2019.

 

Koptseva Maria Sergeevna

 

Siberian Federal University

 

Abstract

 

This article provides a brief overview of scientific research in the field of biological anthropology over the past five years. Particular attention is paid to paleoanthropology, namely paleopathology and human biology. The described studies reflect the trends in the development of biological anthropology and biology in General. The main method of research is descriptive analysis, the selection of the most significant trends in modern biological anthropology. Analysis of contemporary literature given in the article, is performed for the first time and has implications for the understanding of urgent problems and the logic of scientific anthropological searches.

Keywords: anthropology, biological anthropology, paleoanthropology, paleopathology, historical overview

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