Bentley, R.A. and Hahn , M.W. (2011) 'Is there a 'Neutral theory of Anthropology'?', Current anthropology., 52 (1). pp. 117-118.
Lansing and Cox open a welcome discussion of the potential for neutral models in anthropology—it has been almost 50 years since the original neutral models were applied to DNA sequences (e.g., Kimura 1968) and then later to biological phenotypes (e.g., Lande 1976) and cultural data (Cavalli-Sforza and Feldman 1981; Neiman 1995). This long history of research is a gold mine for studies of culture evolution.
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