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ID number:152447
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Published: 01.05.2003.
Language: English
Level: Secondary school
Literature: n/a
References: Not used
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The origination of the human species is still shrouded in a considerable degree of confusion through lack of empirical evidence. While some anthropologists, including author Christopher Stringer, argue that this origination stems from the African continent, it remains to be seen as to whether or not this conclusion can be supported through the evidence of fossil records. To the contrary, a good deal of modern anthropology suggests that the origination of the human species stems from multiple continents. This argument is supported by anthropologist Millord Wolpoff, as well as many others who oppose Stringer's 'Out of Africa' theory, and has sparked numerous debates over a question that we cannot find a liable explanation for.
In contrast to the multi-regional explanation of hominid development (proposed by Wolpoff in Race and Human Evolution), Stringer uses a single-origin theory in order to explain the recent emergence and essential unity of our species.

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