The aim of the Biosocial Society is to examine topics and issues of biological and social importance and to promote studies of biosocial matters. By examining various contemporary issues and phenomena which clearly have dimensions in both the social and biological sciences, the Society hopes to foster the integration and interrelationships of these dimensions.
General Editor: Catherine Panter-Brick, University of Durham
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