CitationLittle, Michael A. & Leslie, Paul W. (1993). Migration. New York: Cambridge University Press.
AbstractThis book is about the process of doing research in human biology. Seasoned researchers share their experiences working on problems of interest to biological anthropologists, including environmental stresses, population genetics, parasitic vectors and vital records. They describe obstacles encountered and successful strategies employed in their own studies and in those of others that may be of use to beginning researchers in this area.
Series TitleResearch Strategies in Human Biology: Field and Survey Studies
Author(s)Little, Michael A.
Leslie, Paul W.