5 edition of The Sociobiology of sexual and reproductive strategies found in the catalog.
|Statement||edited by Anne E. Rasa, Christian Vogel, and Eckart Voland.|
|Contributions||Rasa, Anne, 1940-, Vogel, Christian, 1933-, Voland, Eckart, 1949-, European Sociobiological Society.|
|LC Classifications||QL761 .S6 1989|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 287 p. :|
|Number of Pages||287|
|LC Control Number||88038328|
The latest attempt to reinvigorate these tired theories comes with the alleged creation of a new discipline, sociobiology. This past summer we have been treated to a wave of publicity and laudatory reviews of E. O. Wilson’s book, Sociobiology: The New Synthesis, including that of C. H. Waddington [NYR, August 7]. According to the OED, E. O. Wilson coined the word "sociobiology" at a conference on genetics and social behaviour, and it became widely used after it was popularized by Edward O. Wilson in his book, Sociobiology: The New r, the influence of evolution on behavior has been of interest to biologists and philosophers since soon after the discovery .
the Minister of Health’s Sexual and Reproductive Health Strategy. Improved sexual and reproductive health is one of the objectives of the New Zealand Health Strategy. This book and the accompanying document, HIV/AIDS Action Plan, are designed to help District Health Boards (DHBs) and Primary Health Organisations find ways of improving. Patterns of deception in intersexual and intrasexual mating strategies. Ethology and Sociobiology, 12, Trivers, R. (). The evolution of reciprocal altruism. Quarterly Review of Biology, Trivers, R. (). Parental investment and sexual selection. In: B. Campbell (Ed.), Sexual Selection and the Descent of Man.
This book provides a valuable reference for graduate students and researchers interested in evolutionary ecology and plant reproductive biology." — Ecology "This volume should be on the shelf of every person interested in the ecology and evolution of plant reproduction; it is an important volume that documents the rapid progress made in this Price: $ intellectual descendants of sociobiology now fall into two camps: behavioral ecologists and primatologists. Members of the first group identified examples of conditional behav-ioral strategies in a wide range of animals, and provided the theoretical framework for the flexible male and female reproductive strategies highlighted by Liesen.
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This book presents a wide range of studies on the many varied facets of the sociobiology of sex and reproduction in humans and animals and the strategies adopted to.
Sociobiology of sexual and reproductive strategies  Rasa, Anne Vogel, Christian et al. European Sociobiological Society [Corporate Author]Cited by: Sociobiological theories of rape explore how evolutionary adaptation influences the psychology of rapists.
Such theories are highly controversial, as traditional theories typically do not consider rape to be a behavioral adaptation. Some object to such theories on ethical, religious, political, or scientific grounds. Daly, M. Wilson, in International Encyclopedia of the Social & Behavioral Sciences, ‘ Sociobiology ’ is the study of social phenomena within the conceptual framework of evolutionary biology.
Its hallmark is viewing social phenomena as products of the Darwinian processes of natural and sexual selection. Sociobiologists use theories from population biology, genetics. This target article presents an integrated evolutionary model of the development of attachment and human reproductive strategies.
It is argued that sex differences in attachment emerge in middle childhood, have adaptive significance in both children and adults, and are part of sex-specific life history strategies. This book will be used by researchers, epidemiologists, clinicians and public health professionals in the fields of sexual and reproductive health and gender, policy-makers and program managers in these same fields and educators and students in medical, paramedical and other university departments having courses in these same fields.
In: The sociobiology of sexual and reproductive strategies, ed. Rasa, C. Vogel & E. Volland. [KG] [KG] Green, R. () The “sissy boy syndrome” and the development of homosexuality.
(a) Selfishness and sexual conflict. Conflict arises whenever two prospective partners maximize fitness through different, mutually exclusive reproductive decisions at any stage of the reproductive process, from mating to parental investment .This tension can occur whenever multiple reproductive opportunities are available to members of at least one sex.
Dev. Psychol. 25, r/K reproductive strategies Rushton J. () Differential K theory: the sociobiology of'individual and group differences. Person. indirid.
Diff. 6, Rushton J. () Toward a theory of human multiple birthing: sociobiology and r/K reproductive strategies. Acta Genet.
med. et Gemell. 36, The breeding systems of mammalian species are strongly influenced by the density and dispersion of their populations. These in turn are affected by variations in the distribution of resources. Feminism and the Politics of Reproductive Strategies Laurette T.
Liesen Loyola University of Chicago, USA Abstract Feminists have often been among the most outspoken critics of sociobiology, maintaining that socio-biology is inherently sexist and that it is used to uphold patriarchy. This article examines the latest research by. -secondary sexual characteristics give males a reproductive advantage through competition with other males-types of male-male competitions: contests: physical attacks or threats-scrambles: early search & detection of females that determines the order of contact.
While the term sociobiology can be traced to the s, the concept of sociobiology first gained major recognition with Edward O.
Wilson’s publication Sociobiology: The New it, he introduced the concept of sociobiology as the application of evolutionary theory to social behavior. sociobiology seeks to explain variation in behavior across individuals and populations from an evolutionary perspective and to challenge the simplistic.
Exploring the variables influencing and maintaining the fascinating diversity of social, sexual and reproductive monogamous partnerships in birds, mammals and humans, this book provides clues to the biological roots of monogamy for students and researchers in behavioral ecology, evolutionary anthropology, primatology, zoology and ornithology.5/5(1).
Divide students into pairs. Hand each pair:» The Investigating Reproductive Strategies worksheet (page S-1)» 2 organism descriptions - one for an organism that reproduces sexually and one for an organism that reproduces either asexually or using both strategies - (see chart below).
Instruct each pair to read about their assigned organisms and complete the. MAKING REPRODUCTIVE RIGHTS AND SEXUAL AND REPRODUCTIVE HEALTH A REALITY FOR ALL A. DEFINITION OF REPRODUCTIVE RIGHTS AND SEXUAL AND REPRODUCTIVE HEALTH 9. More than a decade ago, at the ICPD, held in Cairo, countries agreed that: (a) All couples and individuals have the right to decide freely and responsibly the number.
Sociobiology is a field of biology that aims to examine and explain social behavior in terms of draws from disciplines including psychology, ethology, anthropology, evolution, zoology, archaeology, and population the study of human societies, sociobiology is closely allied to evolutionary anthropology, human behavioral ecology and evolutionary.
sexual jealousy. Ethology and Sociobiology, The sexual strategies theory explicates sex-specific qualities evidence is reviewed regarding the reproductive strategies—and specialized. Title(s): The Sociobiology of sexual and reproductive strategies/ edited by Anne E. Rasa, Christian Vogel, and Eckart Voland.
Country of Publication: England Publisher: London ; New York: Chapman and Hall, “Sociobiology and Behavior,” by Professor David P.
Barash of the Department of Psychology and Zoology of the University of Washington, is a good introduction to sociobiology. Professor Barash wrote his book as a textbook for college students, and as an introduction for social s: 2.Human male-female differences in sexual desire.
In A. E. Rasa, C. Vogel, & E. Voland (Eds.), The sociobiology of sexual and reproductive strategies (pp. ). London: Chapman and Hall. Google Scholar.