Analyzing folktales to study cultural evolution

02/6/2013 | New Scientist

Researchers have applied the techniques of population genetics to the spread of folktales to study how cultures evolve. There are more pronounced differences in the way different groups of Europeans tell folktales than there are in their genes, researchers found.

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