Prevalent in modern society when anthropologists

Why is the concept of race so prevalent in modern society when anthropologists refute its use in virtually all
instances? Where it is used by anthropologists, what is the context? What is the rationale for its use within
those situations? How is the concept of population similar to, or different than, race? How does using the
statistical concept of ‘population’ to group people instead of race change how you think about human variation
– or does it change it at all? Are we just substituting one word for another? How can we begin to move away
from the concept of race?

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