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|Material Type:||Internet resource|
|Document Type:||Book, Internet Resource|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Jerome H Barkow
|Description:||vii, 302 p. : ill. ; 25 cm.|
|Contents:||Introduction : Sometimes the bus does wait / Jerome H. Barkow --
Feminism and evolutionary psychology / Anne Campbell --
The male flash of anger : violent response to transgression as an example of the intersection of evolved psychology and culture / Daniel M.T. Fessler --
Evolutionary explanation : between science and values / Ullica Segerstråle --
Making hay out of straw? Real and imagined controversies in evolutionary psychology / Robert Kurzban and Martie G. Haselton --
Behavioral ecology and the social sciences / Lee Cronk --
The impact of primatology on the study of human society / Lars Rodseth and Shannon A. Novak --
Evolutionary psychology and criminal behavior / Anthony Walsh --
Evolution, agency, and sociology / Bernd Baldus.
|Responsibility:||edited by Jerome H. Barkow.|
An invitation to social scientists to engage with Darwinian thought, which is a large part of the non-sociological study of human nature and society. This book presents applications of evolutionary psychology in a manner intended to illustrate their relevance to various concerns for social scientists.
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