Topinard

To·pi·nard

(tō-pē-nahr'),
Paul, French anthropologist, 1830-1911. See: Topinard facial angle, Topinard line.
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Endocranial fusion of coronal suture was observed as early as 20-29 years and completion by the age of 50-59 years, other workers like Topinard.
y de autores como: Broca, Topinard, Lombroso, Darwin, Spencer, Morton, Renan, Gall o Francis Galton", entre otros (Nacach, 2009: 5) dara sustento al planteamiento de ocupacion del territorio.
de Mortillet earlier, in the 1880s, when he approached a group of researchers who had formed around the doctor and anthropologist paul Broca (Blankaert 1989) at La Societe d'Anthropologie de Paris, which included paul Topinard, Theodor Hamy and Marcellin Boule, among others.
6) Es comun reconocer que la palabra "Criminologia" fue usada por primera vez en 1879 por Topinard, un antropologo frances.
En Mexico, se conocian los instrumentos somatometricos disenados por los franceses Armand de Quatrafages (1810-1892), Paul Broca (1824-1880) y Paul Topinard, todos relacionados con la Societe d'Anthropologie, despues, Museo del Hombre (20).
Topinard (Elements d'anthropologie generale [Paris: Delahaye, 1885]).
La mera relacion de las secciones y de sus responsables delata la orientacion medico-naturalista que esta presente tanto en el proyecto exhibidor como en el diseno cientifico general del entramado de ciencias antropologicas que se articula en Francia durante ese ultimo tercio del siglo XIX, muy especialmente de la que se considera su rama o quizas su eje central, la que proyecta y articula el estudio biologico del hombre contemporaneo, con las figuras de Quatrefages, Broca y Topinard a su frente.
The term criminology is derived from the Latin word crimen, translated as 'offence', and was introduced by the anthropologist Paul Topinard in 1889.
Following Paul Broca and Paul Topinard, the science of anthropology (anthropologie) was primarily a comparative anatomy of races, the 'natural history of mankind', the universal attempt to display all peoples around the world in a table of racial types.
The term criminology derives from the Latin word crimen, translated as "offence", and was introduced by the anthropologist Paul Topinard in 1889.
She reminds us that Wharton read Darwin, Spencer, and anthropologists Edward Westermarck and Paul Topinard, as well as several Darwinian commentators, but in only a few instances can she show direct imprints of their work on Wharton's fiction.