By David Levinson
An exam and comparability of the ways that assorted cultures exhibit and unravel clash. appears at a variety of different types of aggression between contributors and teams, together with family members violence, capital punishment, animal cruelty and rites of initiation, and on the resolutions tried.
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When an individual is considered productive, he or she is more likely to be supported or the object of nonsupportive, but not death-hastening, treatment. Thus, the image of old people floating off into the sea on an ice flow is an oversimplification. While in about 36 percent of nonWestern societies some aged are left to die, it is usually only those considered decrepit who are the socially acceptable objects of deathhastening behaviors. For example, among the Yanomamo of northwestern Brazil, only the aged, who are unable to participate in migrations, and D Death-hastening behavior is action or inaction DKATHby members of a society HASTKNING BEHAVIOR that directly leads to the death of another member of the society.
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Aggression and Conflict: A Cross-Cultural Encyclopedia (Encyclopedias of the Human Experience) by David Levinson