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Title Primates face to face : conservation implications of human and nonhuman primate interconnections / edited by Agustin Fuentes and Linda D. Wolfe.

Publication Info. Cambridge, UK ; New York, NY : Cambridge University Press, 2002.


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Description 1 online resource (xvi, 340 pages) : illustrations, maps.
Series Cambridge studies in biological and evolutionary anthropology ; 29
Cambridge studies in biological and evolutionary anthropology ; 29.
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contents Anthropology and primatology / Phyllis Dolhinow -- Resistance to the cross-species perspective in anthropology / Mary M. Pavelka -- The ethics and efficacy of biomedical research in chimpanzees with special regard to HIV research / Roger S. Fouts, Deborah H. Fouts and Gabriel S. Waters -- Monkey as food, monkey as child: Guajá symbolic cannibalism / Loretta Ann Cormier -- Ethnoecology of monkeys among the Barí of Venezuela: perception, use and conservation / Manuel Lizarralde -- Primates in Matsigenka subsistence and world view / Glenn H. Shepard -- Monkey king in China: basis for a conservation policy? / Frances D. Burton -- Reflections on the concept of nature and gorillas in Rwanda: implications and conservation / Pascale Sicotte and Prosper Uwengeli -- Monkeys, humans and politics in the Mentawai Islands: no simple solution in a complex world / Agustín Fuentes -- Conservation must pursue human-nature biosynergy in the era of social chaos and bushmeat commerce / Anthony L. Rose -- A cultural primatological study of Macaca fasicularis on Ngeaur Island, Republic of Palau / Bruce Wheatley [and others] -- Monkeys in the backyard: encroaching wildlife and rural communities in Japan / David S. Sprague -- The primatologist as minority advocate / Ardith A. Eudey -- Monkey business? The conservation implications of macaque ethnoprimatology in southern Thailand / Leslie E. Sponsel, Nukul Ruttanadakul and Poranee Natadecha-Sponsel -- Rhesus macaques: a comparative study of two sites, Jaipur, India, and Silver Springs, Florida / Linda D. Wolfe.
Summary Despite being our closest evolutionary relatives most non-human primate species now face an uncertain future. Primates Face to Face examines the diverse and fascinating range of relationships between humans and other primates, and how this plays a critical role in their conservation.
Note Print version record.
Subject Primates -- Research.
Wildlife conservation.
Human-animal relationships.
Behavior, Animal.
Conservation of Natural Resources.
SCIENCE -- Life Sciences -- Zoology -- Primatology.
NATURE -- Animals -- Primates.
Human-animal relationships. (OCoLC)fst00963482
Primates -- Research. (OCoLC)fst01076398
Wildlife conservation. (OCoLC)fst01175253
Added Author Fuentes, Agustin.
Wolfe, Linda D., 1942-
Other Form: Print version: Primates face to face. Cambridge, UK ; New York, NY : Cambridge University Press, 2002 052179109X (DLC) 2001035035 (OCoLC)46683530
ISBN 0511067186 (electronic bk.)
9780511067181 (electronic bk.)
0511170467 (electronic bk.)
9780511170461 (electronic bk.)
9780511542404 (electronic bk.)
0511542402 (electronic bk.)
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