Biosociology of dominance and deference

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Rowman & Littlefield, 2005 - Psychology - 197 pages
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This short, engaging volume develops new and sociologically sophisticated concepts to bring the fields of biology and sociology together. It is about the social biology of face-to-face dominance interactions and explores the evolution of behavior through connections among biology, language, culture, and socialization. Meant to be a self-contained explorationsociologists would require no prior knowledge of biology biologists would require no prior knowledge of sociologythis book is a fun, informative supplement for courses throughout sociology and the social sciences.

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Contents

Violence
131
Take a Chimp Add Language Melt the Glaciers
151
StressInduced Coalitions
161
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