Insights of Anthropology

ICV Value = 92.63

 ISSN: 2578-6482

About Journal

Insights of Anthropology is an open access, peer reviewed journal publishing latest research insights in human past and present. The journal emphasizes latest studies concerned to human in all its aspects: from the evolution as a species, to the relationship with the material world, and the vast variety of social practices and cultural forms existing and that have already become extinct. This is a long lasting discipline that tries to explain humanity in various forms. This multidiscipline majorly includes but not limit to biological anthropology, social anthropology, medical anthropology and material culture.

This journal includes a wide range of manuscript forms such as original, reviews, commentaries, rapid communications, letters, opinions, perspectives and other short articles. The journal allows the readers to use and reuse the content with no restriction barriers with proper citation of the scholarly work under Creative Commons Attribution License. The journal content published is selectively chosen by the section editors after evaluation by multiple peers to make certain only high quality manuscripts are published.

The journal represents the distinctive strands of research that are presently being pursued within Anthropology's expanding research community.

Editorial Board

Dr. James C Chatters

Applied Paleoscience
United States of America
Tel: 425-402-7004

Prof. Douglas R White

Department of Anthropology
Institute of Mathematical Behavioral Science
UC Irvine
United States of America

Prof. Carol Camp Yeakey

Marshall S Snow Professor
Department of Arts & Sciences
Washington University in St Louis
United States of America
Tel: 314-935-6241

Prof. Ernest Quimby

Department of Sociology and Criminology
Howard University
United States of America
Tel: 202-806-6819

Dr. Alan H McGowan

Environmental Studies Program
The New School - Public Engagement
New york
United States of America

Prof. Jacques Demongeot

Professor Emeritus
Universite Grenoble Alpes
Tel: 0476637146

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Latest Articles of Anthropology

Review Article

The Shaman's Disease: Some Reflections from an Ethnographic Study of Epilepsy in a Community in Northern Mongolia

About 50 million people worldwide have epilepsy, making it one of the most common neurological diseases worldwide. According to WHO data, almost 80% o... Read more


Research Article

Evidence for Negative Frequency Dependent Sexual Selection on Eye Color in Europeans

Human populations exhibit a variety of eye color phenotypes, with Europeans exhibiting more diversity than others [1- 3]. A variety of selective mecha... Read more


Review Article

Franz Boas, the Arts, Education, and Science

Franz Boas was not only a pioneering anthropologist, becoming known as the “Father of American Anthropology,” but was also a concerned citizen, se... Read more


Research Article

Does the Fear of Contracting Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19) Influence Jamaican’s Healthcare Behaviours?

The Coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) has dramatically impacted the lives of many, bringing about fear and anxiety, which has contributed to a chang... Read more


Research Article

Fear and its Influence on the Healthcare Seeking Behaviour of Jamaicans during the Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19) Pandemic

The purpose of this study was to 1) Examine the level of fear among Jamaicans since the COVID-19 pandemic began, 2) Investigate how the fear of COVID-... Read more


Research Article

An Inquiry into Sexual Assault Experienced by Young Jamaicans during the Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19) Pandemic

This study used a correlational research design conducted and by way of a web-based standardized survey, which consisted of twenty-five (25) closed-it... Read more


Research Article

Ethnomedicine Museums On-Call: How Cultural Heritage is Addressing Health Challenges

The internationalisation of diseases and cultural pluralism are increasingly characterising our societies. This contribution highlights the role of cu... Read more


Review Article

Using Statistics to Analyze Anthropological/Religious Issues from the Distant Past

Careful use of basic statistics may allow scholars to bring a more systematic approach to understanding open questions from past cultures or cultures ... Read more


Review Article

Is the Demirjian, Goldstein, and Tanner Method of Dental Age Estimation Obsolete? A Critical Review and Re-Assessment

The Demirjian technique of Dental Age Assessment has been used since 1973 to carry out Dental Age Estimation (DAE). Few authors appear to be aware tha... Read more


Review Article

Covid-19, Isolation, Mammalian Dispersal Patterns, Urban Density, Social Distancing and Mass Psychogenic Disease

Similarities between past Mass Psychogenic Disease events and mass behavior during the Covid-19 pandemic are compared. Isolation of mass populations i... Read more


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