Aggression and Peacefulness in Humans and Other Primates (Google eBook)
James Silverberg Professor of Anthropology (Emeritus), Milwaukee J. Patrick Gray Associate Professor of Anthropology both at the University of Wisconsin
Oxford University Press, Mar 11, 1992 - Science - 328 pages
This book explores the role of aggression in primate social systems and its implications for human behavior. Many people look to primate studies to see if and how we might be able to predict violent behavior in humans, or ultimately to control war. Of particular interest in the study of primate aggression are questions such as: how do primates use aggression to maintain social organization; what are the costs of aggression; why do some primates avoid aggressive behavior altogether. Students and researchers in primatology, behavioral biology, anthropology, and psychology will read with interest as the editors and contributors to this book address these and other basic research questions about aggression. They bring new information to the topic as well as an integrated view of aggression that combines important evolutionary considerations with developmental, sociological and cultural perspectives.
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Three Other Terminological Issues
Dominance Relations and Agonistic Activity
Use of Longterm Data
The Development of Agonistic and Affiliative Structures in Preschool Play Groups
Principal Components of Dyadic Activity
Developmental Changes in Social Participation
Temporal Stability of Participation Factor Structures
War and Peace
Aggression as a Wellintegrated Part of Primate Social Relationships A Critique of the Seville Statement on Violence
Traditional Emphasis in Biology
The Statements Ideological Nature
The Paradox of Constructive Aggression
Moralistic Aggression in Chimpanzees
Aggressive Socialization in Rhesus Monkeys
How Relationships Are Maintained
Dominance Hierarchies as Partial Orders A New Look at Old Ideas
Outline of the Procedure
The Full Matrix
The Old Males
The New or Peripheral Males
The Young Natal Males
Matrix Permutation Procedures for Evaluating EQ and SST
Conclusion and Prospectus
Determinants of Aggression in Squirrel Monkeys Saimiri
Adult Male Aggression
Subadult and Young Adult Male Aggression
Adult Females and Young
Evolutionary Selection and the CostsBenefits of Aggression
Toward a Comprehensive Theory
What is a Comprehensive Theory?
Causes and Consequences of Nonaggression in the Woolly Spider Monkey or Muriqui Brachyteles arachnoides
Constraints on Aggression
Evidence of Nonagression
Consequences of Nonaggression
The Development of Dominance Relations Before Puberty in Cercopithecine Societies
Study Groups Subjects and Methodology
Dyadic Relations with Adult Females
Support and Aggression Received during Polyadic Interaction
Sexspecific Responses to the Challenge of Rank Acquisition Spacing Behavior
Taxonomic Differences in Juvenile Male Dominance Relations
Dominance and the Coordination of Affiliative Activity
Variability in the Patterns of Agonistic Behavior of Preschool Children
Cultures of War and Peace A Comparative Study of Waorani and Semai
Data Collection and Analysis
3 Construction of a Model of Waorani World View
The Historical Contexts of Warfare and Nonviolence
The Waorani Culture of War
The Motivational Context of Waorani Warfare
The End of Warfare
The Rise Maintenance and Destruction of Peaceable Polity A Preliminary Essay in Political Ecology
Definitions of Peaceability
Transience of this Adaptation
Invaders Refugees Frontiers Ethnicity
Invader Power and Attitudes towards Refugees
Conjectural History of this Adaptation
Destruction of Refuge
Destroying the Peace
Rise of New Ethnic Identities
Peaceable Intentional Societies
An Adaptive Model of Peaceability
Social Structure Psychocultural Dispositions and Violent Conflict Extensions from a Crosscultural Study
The Concept of Conflict
Measuring Political Violence
Hypothesis about Societal Differences in Conflict Behavior
Social Structural Hypotheses
Extensions of the Model
The Seville Statement on Violence
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