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Hull, 1998. Social Research 65(2):351-367

Species, Subspecies, and Races
David L. Hull

Social Research: An International Quarterly
Taxonomy and Deviance
Arien Mack, Editor
Nick O. Haslam
Volume 65, No. 2 (Summer 1998): 351-367

ABSTRACT: This article presents a brief overview of biological species and then move down to the level of subspecies. The purpose of this paper is to see what man can learn about subdivisions of Homo sapiens if human species are seen as just one more species out of millions. The human species can be looked at from two quite different perspectives. The first perspective is that men are unique--fundamentally different from all other species. The other perspective is that initially man should assume that the human species is a species like any other. The initial assumption of this second perspective is that the explanations that biologists have devised for sexuality, sexual dimorphism, and sex ratio in other species...
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