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by Yuri Robbers,Koenraad Kortmulder

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0773462015
Author:
Yuri Robbers,Koenraad Kortmulder
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Edwin Mellen Pr; illustrated edition edition (May 30, 2005)
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Koenraad Kortmulder, Yuri Robbers. This book discusses the aspects of human and animal social behaviour. The starting point is the assumption that human and non-human animals use comparable mechanisms of behaviour. Koenraad Kortmulder taught ethology at Leiden University for 40 years.

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Ethologists Kortmulder and Robbers (respectively retired from and currently at, Leiden U.) explore characteristics and examples of agonistic aggressive and hedonic relaxed modes of social behavior in animals and humans. The animals are macaques, rodents, birds, and fish. Their discussions of human behavior include a comparison of the Potlatch and the Kula, Lévi Stauss' views on patterns of relationships in the human family and the rules of exogamy, and the ubiquitous hierarchy. Their hypotheses and interpretations focus on the coexistence of love and order, but they also consider some mathematical aspects. The text is double spaced. Annotation ©2005 Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (booknews.com)