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Addiction Research & Theory ISSN: 1606-6359
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Full Text: 2001-01-01 - 12 months ago
Addiction Research and Theory is the leading outlet for research and theoretical contributions that view addictive behaviour as arising from psychological processes within the individual and the social context in which the behaviour takes place as much as from the biological effects of the psychoactive substance or activity involved.
African & Asian Studies ISSN: 1569-2094
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Full Text: 2002-02-01 - 12 months ago
The journal presents a scholarly account of studies of individuals and societies in Africa and Asia. Its scope is to publish original research by social scientists in the area of anthropology, sociology, history, political science en related social sciences about African and Asian societies and cultures and their relationships. The journal focuses on problems and possibilities, past and future. Where possible, comparisons are made between countries and continents. Articles should be based on original research and can be co-authored. Published in place of the Journal of Asian and African Studies.
Aggressive Behavior ISSN: 0096-140X
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Full Text: 1974-03-01 - 12 months ago
Aggressive Behavior will consider manuscripts in the English language concerning the fields of Animal Behavior Anthropology Ethology Psychiatry Psychobiology Psychology and Sociology which relate to either overt or implied conflict behaviors. Papers concerning mechanisms underlying or influencing behaviors generally regarded as aggressive and the physiological and/or behavioral consequences of being subject to such behaviors will fall within the scope of the journal. Review articles will be considered as well as empirical and theoretical articles.
Ágora ISSN: 1516-1498
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Full Text: 2004 - present
When the Psychoanalytic Theory Program at UFRJ developed the project to launch a Journal connected to it, its objective was to respond to a demand from its scientific community, which had only limited sources to its specific subjects, in terms of publications as well as reading material. The Ágora - studies in psychoanalytic theory Journal started to take a unique place in the divulging of knowledge, taking its place beyond the institutional confrontations and staying away from any personal specificities from the majoring area of psychoanalytic societies. Its proposal was pioneer in the area, building itself as a discussion forum for research about the themes and most relevant problems at the contemporary Psychoanalysis, thus trying to place the reader in contact with the latest productions in this area. Besides that, it made possible the effective psychoanalytic intervention in many fields, opening doors to other Psychology sub areas and other alike areas such as Sociology, Anthropology, Epistemology, Ethics and Linguistic. It offered an open space to a pluralist debate, respecting the diversities in tendencies that integrate the different fields of knowledge that the Journal covers. Ágora - studies in psychoanalytic theory is considered, in the academic circle as well as in the national and international psychoanalytic community, an Excellency in Journal. This can be observed by looking at the growing number of international researchers that look into publishing their articles and/or conferences in our Journal's issues. The demand has been growing each year, and we try to keep it up with it taking in consideration the necessity of evaluation criteria.
American Imago ISSN: 0065-860X
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Full Text: 1995-04 - present (v52 i1 - )
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Full Text: 1995-04 - present (v52 i1 - )
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Full Text: 1995-04 - present (v52 i1 - )
Founded in 1939 by Sigmund Freud and Hanns Sachs, American Imago explores the important role that psychoanalysis plays in contemporary cultural, literary, and social theory. It offers varying scholarly perspectives on the reciprocal relationship between psychoanalysis and culture and investigates the important connections between psychoanalysis and anthropology, philosophy, politics, history, art history, musicology, literary theory, and education.
American Indian Quarterly ISSN: 0095-182X
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Full Text: 1990-01-01 - present
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Full Text: 2000-07 - present (v24 i3 - )
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Full Text: 2000-07 - present (v24 i3 - )
Entering its twentieth year of publication, the American Indian Quarterly is a peer reviewed interdisciplinary journal of the anthropology, history, literature, and arts of the Native North Americans. America Indian Quarterly publishes original articles, shorter contributions, commentaries, review articles, and book reviews.
The American Journal of Human Genetics ISSN: 0002-9297
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Full Text: 1997-06-01 - 1 year ago (v60 i6 - )
Since its inception in 1948, AJHG has provided a record of research and review relating to heredity in man and to the application of genetic principles in medicine, psychology, anthropology, and social services, as well as in related areas of molecular and cell biology. Topics explored by AJHG include behavioral genetics, biochemical genetics, clinical genetics, cytogenetics, dysmorphology, genetic counseling, immunogenetics, and population genetics and epidemiology.
The Annals of physiological anthropology ISSN: 0287-8429
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Full Text: 1983 - 1994 (v2 i1 - v13 i6 )
Annual Review of Anthropology ISSN: 0084-6570
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Full Text: 1972-10-01 - 2005-10-01
Anthropoetics : the Journal of Generative Anthropology ISSN: 1083-7264
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Full Text: 1995 - present
In contrast to fashionable methodologies that dissolve the human in the fractal complexity of cultural differences, generative anthropology (GA) attempts to understand cultural phenomena in the simplest terms possible: all things human are traced back to their source in the hypothetical scene of origin in which human beings as sign-using creatures first emerged. Anthropoetics is dedicated to this rethinking both for its intrinsic importance and as a framework for literary and cultural analysis. The editors of Anthropoetics hope to stimulate the continuing interest in GA and to encourage productive dialogue between the humanities and the human sciences.
Anthropological Forum ISSN: 0066-4677
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Full Text: 1999-05-01 - 12 months ago
Anthropological Forum is a journal of social anthropology and comparative sociology that specialises in Australia, Southeast Asia and the Pacific. Founded in 1963, Anthropological Forum has a distinguished publication history. The journal provides a forum for both established and innovative approaches to anthropological research, and welcomes manuscripts from both experienced researchers and young scholars seeking publication for the first time. Each volume has a special section devoted to contributions on applied anthropology. The editors are especially keen to publish new approaches based on ethnographic and theoretical work in the journal's established areas of strength: Australian culture and society; Aboriginal Australia, Southeast Asia and the Pacific.
Anthropological Quarterly ISSN: 0003-5491
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Full Text: 1990-01-01 - present
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Full Text: 2000-07 - present (v73 i3 - )
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Full Text: 2000-07 - present (v73 i3 - )
Since 1921 the Quarterly has published scholarly articles, review articles, book reviews, and lists of books received in all areas of socio-cultural anthropology.
Anthropology & Archeology of Eurasia ISSN: 1061-1959
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Full Text: 2001-01-01 - present
Anthropology and Archeology of Eurasia contains unabridged translations of manuscripts, articles and parts of books. Materials are selected which best reflect developments in anthropology and archeology in the Newly Independent States and are of most interest to those professionally concerned with these fields.
Anthropology & Medicine ISSN: 1364-8470
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Full Text: 1998-04-01 - 12 months ago
Anthropology & Medicine is an interdisciplinary journal which expands upon the growing theory and research linking anthropology with medicine. It is the successor to British Medical Anthropology Review and publishes original papers within the broad framework of medical anthropology addressing a world-wide audience. With biomedicine continuing to grow in technical sophistication and with the proliferation of disease categories, anthropology has extended its boundaries to embrace new frameworks. The globalisation and politics of biomedicine, narrative approaches to illness, new reproductive technologies, indigenous African and Asian medicines, local critiques of professional healing systems, modern and post-modern identities of individual states and their impact on sickness, together with developments that link ethology and population genetics to medicine are addressed by Anthropology & Medicine . It provides a critical platform for this diversity and promotes a cross-fertilisation of concepts at the borderland of culture and medicine. In addition to peer-reviewed articles, Anthropology & Medicine maintains a generous book reviews section and a section on conferences, workshops and relevant courses. The journal also features periodic reviews and updates on recent methologies, information on funding for research, and a regular debates section.
Anthropology of Food ISSN: 1609-9168
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Full Text: 2001 - present
Anthropology of food est une revue électronique bilingue (français et anglais) consacrée aux sciences sociales des phénomènes alimentaires. Elle s’appuie sur un réseau d’universitaires européens désireux de susciter de nouvelles perspectives de recherches et d’analyses en sciences sociales de l’alimentation. Des regards différents et complémentaires de sociologues, géographes, anthropologues, historiens, philosophes, économistes, s'y expriment et se croisent. Anthropology of food is an bilingual electronic review in French and English devoted to the social sciences of phenomena relating to comestibles. It draws on a network of European researchers eager to develop new perspectives on the research and analysis in the social sciences of food. The journal publishes the diverse and complementary research of sociologists, anthropologists, historians, philosophers, and economists.
Anthropology Today ISSN: 0268-540X
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Full Text: 1996-08-01 - 12 months ago
Anthropology Today is a bimonthly publication which aims to provide a forum for the application of anthropological analysis to public and topical issues while reflecting the breadth of interests within the discipline of anthropology. It is also committed to promoting debate at the interface between anthropology and areas of applied knowledge such as education medicine development etc. as well as that between anthropology and other academic disciplines. Anthropology Today encourages submissions on a wide range of topics consistent with these aims. Anthropology Today is an international journal both in the scope of issues it covers and in the sources it draws from.
Applied Human Science ISSN: 1341-3473
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Full Text: 1995 - 1995 (v14 i1 - v14 i6 )
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Full Text: 1996 - 1999
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Selected Full Text: 1995 - 1999 (v14 i1 - v18 i6 )
Discontinued in 1999. Continued by Journal of Physiological Anthropology and Applied Human Science (1345-3475).
Arctic Anthropology ISSN: 0066-6939
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Full Text: 1993-01-01 - 12 months ago
Arctic Anthropology, founded in 1962 by Chester S. Chard, is an international journal devoted to the study of Old and New World northern cultures and peoples. Archaeology, ethnology, physical anthropology, and related disciplines are represented, with emphasis on: studies of specific cultures of the arctic, subarctic and contiguous regions of the world; the peopling of the New World, and relationships between New World and Eurasian cultures of the circumpolar zone; contemporary problems and culture change among northern peoples, new directions in interdisciplinary northern research.
Asia Pacific Journal of Anthropology ISSN: 1444-2213
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Full Text: 2004-04-01 - 12 months ago
The Asia Pacific Journal of Anthropology (TAPJA) is a leading refereed scholarly journal devoted to the anthropological study of Asia and the Pacific. It is published jointly by the Department of Anthropology in the research school of Pacific and Asian Studies, and the Department of Archaeology and Anthropology in the Faculty of Arts, The Australian National University. The journal provides a forum for the publication of research in all branches of anthropology relating to the Asia Pacific region, including Australia, publishing papers concerned with contemporary debates in anthropology, as well as ethnographic papers.
Asian Ethnicity ISSN: 1463-1369
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Full Text: 2000-03-01 - 12 months ago
Asian Ethnicity will provide a cross-disciplinary, international venue for the publication of well-researched articles about ethnic groups and ethnic relations in the half of the world where questions of ethnicity now loom largest. Currently these questions are treated in a balkanized fashion, with anthropologists, economists, historians, political scientists, sociologists and others publishing studies of ethnic questions in Asia in single-discipline, or single-country, journals that are scarcely known to scholars in other disciplines. As the twentieth century nears an end, ethnic issues assume importance in many parts of the world presenting major problems with, in some cases, the potential to tear recognised states apart. Since the end of the Cold War these issues have replaced the communist-liberal democratic divide, and are now recognised as among the most important sources of concern and contention in the world as a whole. Asian countries have a great many minorities, and at times this has led to serious civil strife. Although not new, such conflict has generally become more intense in the post-Cold War period. It should, however, be added that the journal will not be concerned only with conflict. Since one of the most interesting and significant points about minorities is that their members frequently reside in more than one political state, it is not possible to list the countries to be encompassed by this journal. In broad terms the region of concern is bounded by Lake Baikal to the north, Japan to the east, Java to the south and the Aral Sea to the west. The most populous, and probably most significant, contemporary political states to be included would be China, India and Indonesia. Asian Ethnicity will be broad-ranging and include ethnology, anthropology, political science, history, economics, human and economic geography, demography, language, literature, the arts, religious studies, and international relations. It will cover any time period, although the expectation is that the greatest focus will be the twentieth and twenty-first centuries. More particular topics might include: the rise and implications of ethnic identities among Asian minorities; theoretical issues relating to minorities, either in many of the regions covered by the journal or in one of the political states within it; anthropological studies of particular minorities within the physical boundaries specified, either in a single or in more than one political state; the effect of religion on the livelihood or economy of particular minorities or of minorities living in a particular political state; ethnic gender studies, especially of women; theoretical issues arising from the study of Asiaís minorities; population studies of minorities and the effect of minorities on the international relations of a particular political state, either past or present.
Asian Perspectives ISSN: 0066-8435
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Full Text: 2000-04 - present (v39 i1 - )
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Full Text: 2000-04 - present (v39 i1 - )
Asian Perspectives is the leading archaeological journal devoted to the prehistory of Asia and the Pacific region. In addition to archaeology, it features articles and book reviews on ethnoarchaeology, palaeoanthropology, physical anthropology, and ethnography of interest and use to the prehistorian. International specialists contribute regional reports summarizing current research and fieldwork, and present topical reports of significant sites. Occasional special issues focus on single topics.
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