Human Adaptability
ANT 475/575
Dr. Bindon
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[ Department of Anthropology | College of Arts and Sciences | University of Alabama ]

Student Papers (Spring 2003)

Here are the papers for review.  They are in Word format.  You will need to create a document for each of your reviews and send all three review documents to me (e-mail) and send each review to the author of the paper (e-mail addresses below).

In reviewing the papers, do not worry about the formatting as it gets scrambled somewhat by the word plug-in to Internet Explorer.  Also, you can assume that I will pick up most typos and grammatical errors.  You do not need to catalog these unless they just jump off the page and annoy you (like they do for me).  You should concentrate your review on seeing how well the paper accomplishes the purpose stated by the author.  You may want to review our paper rules now, so that you can emphasize comments about rules 1 through 5 noting organization, logic and logical flow, use of information from citations, figures, tables, and the like.  In commenting on specific elements of the paper you should note the page, paragraph(s), and line(s) wherever appropriate as: 

EXAMPLE: Page 4, paragraph 2, lines 4-10  The point about eating too much taro was not clear.  You may want to give an example, cite the actual grams per day of consumption from your source, or find other sources to bolster your point.

The reviews are due (to me and to the authors) before class on March 16  

These files are adobe acrobat (pdf) documents.  You can open them in your browser [left click] or right-click on the link to pop up the menu that includes the choice "Save Target As" to copy them to your disk.  In reviewing the papers, be sure to focus on content, logic, clarity, and completeness.  Review them critically as you did in reviewing the studies for your own paper.  E-mail your reviews to the author and to me.

Paper (pdf)

e-mail

Reviewer 1

Reviewer 2

Reviewer 3

Adams

Adams

Beardsley

Byford

Camp

Beardsley

Beardsley

Byford

Camp

Douglas

Byford

Byford

Camp

Douglas

Hamm

Camp

Camp

Douglas

Hamm

Jackson

Douglas

Douglas

Hamm

Jackson

Kampis

Hamm

Hamm

Jackson

Kampis

Malkemes

Jackson

Jackson

Kampis

Malkemes

Pearson

Kampis

Kampis

Malkemes

Pearson

Stieber

Malkemes

Malkemes

Pearson

Stieber

Ware

Pearson

Pearson

Stieber

Ware

Whitehead

Stieber

Stieber

Ware

Whitehead

Adams

Ware

Ware

Whitehead

Adams

Beardsley

Whitehead

Whitehead

Adams

Beardsley

Byford

HERE ARE SOME PAPERS FROM THE LAST CLASS:

Causes and Effects of the Changing American Diet, 1900 to the Present

HIF-1 and Oxygen-Sensing Matters

Causes and effects of America's weight problem

A Critique of the Rape as a Psychological Adaptation Model

The Fava Bean Taboo, Biocultural Evolution and Anthropological Theory

The Thrifty Genotype of Pacific Islanders and Amerindians

The Neolithic Transition: An Adaptive Compromise

Latin American Immigrant Fertility in the United States

The Running Man

Sickle Cell Hemoglobin and Malaria

Dietary Patterns of Acculturation in Traditional Societies

Allergies and Asthma: Adaptations to Pollution