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Christopher Blake Evernden, Cynthia A. Freeland, Thomas Schatz, and Frank P. Tomasulo

. Overall, the analysis uses two theoretical frameworks: bioculturalism and Schubart's term evofeminism —a hybrid of the evolutionary nature of bioculturalism married to multiple iterations and discussions of feminism. This last term supports her ongoing

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Film, Art, and the Third Culture

A Naturalized Aesthetics of Film—Précis

Murray Smith

a “biocultural” approach to emotion, one which resists the separation of the biological underpinnings of emotions and their elaboration within cultures into separate silos. What are the grounds for such an approach, and how does it fare with

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Torben Grodal

on the body of a dead villain. Postscript: Biocultural Perspectives Die Hard is clearly created by a mix of biological dispositions and a specific cultural environment as described in biocultural theory (see Grodal 2009 ). The basic architecture of

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Linda D’Amico

scientists called attention to the importance of biodiversity and rain-forest conservation. Ecologists and conservation organisations prioritised the preservation of Intag cloud forests for their endemic biocultural diversities and vast hydrology resources

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Humans, Plants, and Networks

A Critical Review

Laura Calvet-Mir and Matthieu Salpeteur

Komáromi 2013 ; Thomas and Caillon 2016 ). Mathieu Thomas and Sophie Caillon (2016 ) base their work on a rich ethnographic background to build three categories of plants according to their biocultural properties (for example, as prestige-related goods

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Murray Smith

), putting too much weight on “the biological basis of mental capacities” (28), narrowly conceived (a concern shared by Topp, who urges me to put more culture into the “bioculturalism” I advocate). On this view, culture does not merely “fine-tune” or bring to

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Brendon M. H. Larson

, ed. Richard J. Hobbs , Eric S. Higgs , and Carol M. Hall , pp. 66 – 80 . Oxford : Wiley–Blackwell . 10.1002/9781118354186.ch8 Pfeiffer , Jeanine M. , and Rorbert A. Voeks . 2008 . “ Biological Invasions and Biocultural Diversity

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The Biologically Vulnerable Boy

Framing Sex Differences in Childhood Infectious Disease Mortality

Heather T. Battles

M. , and Brandon Kohrt . 2005 . “ Receding Horizons on Health: Biocultural Approaches to Public Health Paradoxes .” Social Science and Medicine 61 , no. 4 : 861 – 878 . 10.1016/j.socscimed.2004.08.052 Wright , Peter W.G. 1988 . “ Babyhood

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Disrupted PECMA Flows

A Cognitive Approach to the Experience of Narrative Complexity in Film

Veerle Ros and Miklós Kiss

subjectivity of individual viewers by acknowledging how culturally acquired frames, scripts, and schemata play a fundamental role in interpretive processes. This neither universalist nor cultural-relativist, but bio-cultural approach ( Boyd 2009 ; Grodal 2007

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Guest Editor's Introduction

Phenomenology Encounters Cognitivism

Robert Sinnerbrink

experimental cinema, from cognitivist, neuroaesthetic, and even evolutionary biocultural perspectives ( Grodal 2012 ; Shimamura 2013 ; M. Smith 2018 ). Their work shows how such approaches can provide us with the conceptual tools we need to undertake