CONTENTS:- Introduction; The Isolation; The human ecology; Human evolution; The primates; The anatomy; The evolution of erect; Anthropology and economics; The race; Incentives and rewards; Trader and barter; The problem of ownership; Land tenure; Agriculture people; Goods, tangible and intangible; The cost of government; The service of the supernatural.
Physical anthropology like other branches of science, it reveals that man is an integral parts of the animal kingdom and that, in hisorganic aspects, he is subject to the same laws and mechanism that controls other forms of organic life. This is the comprehensive study of this fact, and it is examined through various angles. The current physical anthropology continues to attract investigators from cognate specialities, drawn by the natural and perennial interest that we all share in man as an organism. But the present generation is now firmly centered around and active corps of professionals specifically trained in this field. These currents have served to broaden the scope of the subject and have permitted physical anthropology to investigate it animal from a wide variety of biological points of view. This book has touched such topics like body build and facial construction, skin colour, scul sape, which make easy to approach on the target on anthropologists.