Population structure and cultural geography of a folktale in Europe.
Despite a burgeoning science of cultural evolution, relatively little work has focused on the population structure of human cultural variation. By contrast, studies in human population genetics use a suite of tools to quantify and analyse spatial and temporal patterns of genetic variation within and between populations. Human genetic diversity can be explained largely as a result of migration and drift giving rise to gradual genetic clines, together with some discontinuities arising from...[Show more]
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|Source:||Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 280 (2013): 20123065|
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