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232 Publications


  • Culturally anthropological aspects of the museum phenomena

    The study discusses the specific cultural human act, which is the tendency to gather and, in the spite of the time action, save important and representative, but also seemingly silly tangible things, documenting the human acts and the development of their world. By the realization of this tendency, which the museology calls the musealization and which it observes as its contentual domain, here it is not only cultural but also culture-creational human behaviour.The study contains the explicati...

    Anthropological point of view on the forced migration phenomenon: Internally displaced persons in Azerbaijan

    Forced migration is not a phenomenon of the modern times but due to the statistical data we could imagine giant extent of such movements. There are 43,3 millions forced migrants all over the world according to the 2009 UNHCR annual report. The amount of people like that and their difficult living conditions is matter why not only humanitarian workers should concern this topic but also anthropologists. As social scientists with specific theoretical and methodological background we could bring ...

    The ideology of totalitarian regimes – the historical relationships of theoretical points of departure and their impact in practice of national socialist and communist systems

    This contribution pursues the basic streams of thought with which totalitarian regimes attempted to justify the authority of their ideological systems. It does not, of course, try to analyse individual philosophical systems which supported the ideology of totalitarianism. This is purely an attempt to detect in an historical context those currents of thought that the ideological systems of fascist and communist regimes leaned on and on which they derived their basic theses and subsequently att...

    Identification of family in prehistory based on spatial analysis of cemeteries

    Prehistoric barrow cemeteries are often structured in spatially separated groups. The formation of these groups was probably caused by a membership of the deceased to particular social units that were buried separately. We test the hypothesis that these groups of Early- and Middle Bronze Age graves represent cemeteries of individual families. We used GIS tools, statistical tests, principal component analysis (PCA) and network analysis carried out using Pajek software to test this hypothesis. ...

    Hyperostosis frontalis interna – a find in women individual from Modern Times (St. Martin Cathedral, Spisska Kapitula, Slovakia)

    In this study we present find of skeletal remains from the St. Martin Cathedral from the 17th – 18th centuries which were excavated in year 2008. Especially of individual from grave no. 2/2008 – preserved cranium showed marks of endocranial hyperostosis (stage B according Hershkovitz et al. 1999). Hyperostosis frontalis interna (HFI) is an overgrowth of bony tissue on the inner plate of the frontal bone of the calvaria, the irregular thickening of the endocranium (may be 1 cm or thicker). It ...
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