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  Anthropology, Genetic Diversity, and Ethics 
 
 
A workshop at the Center for Twentieth Century Studies  
University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee  
 
 
 
Session One:  
Issues Relating to Population Identification 
  1. Who should identify human groups for genetic study: scientists, group representatives, or governments?
  2. Should researchers try to avoid using socially defined group boundaries in designing genetic studies?  Why or why not?
  3. What about nested human groups in which research on a part may have implications for the whole?
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