6 edition of Primate social conflict found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references and indexes.
|Statement||edited by William A. Mason and Sally P. Mendoza.|
|Contributions||Mason, William A., 1926-, Mendoza, Sally P.|
|LC Classifications||QL758.5 .P77 1993|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vi, 419 p. :|
|Number of Pages||419|
|ISBN 10||0791412415, 0791412423|
|LC Control Number||91045177|
Relying on theories of behavior derived from psychology rather than ecology or biological anthropology, the authors, internationally known experts in primatology and psychology, focus primarily on social processes in areas including aggression, conflict resolution, sexuality, attachment, parenting, social development and affiliation, cognitive. A brief history is given of primatology injapan and several attempts to generalise about primate social organisations are reviewed. The author's own approach is then presented, according to which it is necessary to view social structures diachronically in order to form hypotheses about the evolution of primate social organisation.
Understanding and addressing conflict between farmers and wildlife due to crop raiding is of increasing conservation concern. Raiding impacts farmers’ livelihoods, reduces tolerance to wildlife and often results in lethal methods of retaliation. Although crop raiding occurs on commercial as well as subsistence farms, there are very few quantitative accounts of on-farm primate behaviour or Cited by: 1. The work begins with a basic introduction to the nature of primate behavior. In turn, the book focuses on primate groiups, the social structure of primate groups, infant development, sexual behavior, dominance and subordinate behavior, adaptiveness of primate social behavior, and a consideration of social behavior in humans and other This is a 3/5.
The third section considers solutions to primate conservation challenges from several perspectives: protected areas, landscape mosaics, human-primate conflict, reintroduction, ecosystem services, and evidence-based conservation. The book concludes with consideration of some future directions for primate conservation research. The focus of the book is on social organization and behavior, although some ecological data are presented to provide a necessary background. Primate Societies is organized into five parts. The chapters in part 1, "Evolution of Diversity," are ordered taxonomically and according to Price: $
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This book examines conflict as a normal and recurrent feature of primate social life, emphasizing that the study of aggression and social conflict is important to understanding the basic processes that contribute to Format: Paperback.
This book examines conflict as a normal and recurrent feature of primate social life, emphasizing that the study of aggression and social conflict is important to understanding the basic processes that contribute to. Primate Social Conflict - Ebook written by William A. Mason, Sally P.
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Examines conflict as a normal and recurrent feature of primate social life, emphasizing that the study of aggression and social conflict is important to understanding the basic processes that contribute to social order.
The contributors scientists with field and laboratory experience in anthropology, behavioral endocrinology, ethology, and psycholo. ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: vi, pages: illustrations ; 24 cm: Contents: Primate social conflict: an overview of sources, forms, and consequences / William A.
Mason and Sally P. Mendoza --The nature of social conflict: a psycho-ethological perspective / William A. Mason --The evolution of social conflict among. It is useless unless one wants to win a political conflict through numbers or fists. It has no other rational use that I can see.
It doesn’t focus on any actual relevant social problems, it doesn’t help me figure out who a good person or a bad person is, it seems to have nothing but the social conflict.
“The Evolution of Primate Societies is certain to become an essential reference in primatology for years to come. It is a state of the art collection of theoretically grounded reviews in primatology—arguably the best such compilation available—and is undoubtedly already required reading for.
"Primate Societies" is a synthesis of the most currentinformation on primate socioecology and its theoretical andempirical significance, spanning the disciplines of behavioralbiology, ecology, anthropology, and psychology.
It is a very richsource of ideas about other taxa. "A superb synthesis of knowledge about the social lives ofnon-human Pages: InDe Waal began a six-year project on the world's largest captive colony of chimpanzees at the Arnhem study resulted in many scientific papers, and resulted in publication of his first book, Chimpanzee Politics, in This book offered the first description of primate behavior explicitly in terms of planned social al advisor: Jan van Hooff.
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Best Practice Guidelines for the Prevention and Mitigation of Conflict Between Humans and Great Apes. IUCN/SSC Primate Specialist Group, Gland, Switzerland. Prevention and Mitigation of Conflict Between Humans and Great Apes. Citation: Hockings, K. et Humle, T.
The particularities of primate communication, social structure, and economy are described and special attention is devoted to the primate counterparts of kinship and age groups-behavioral differences based on age and sex, and mating and grouping systems.
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Shed light on origins of our behavior such as cognition, parenting, social interactions, and even conflict Basic Primate Classification (Understand the traditional classification system, i.e. prosimians and anthropoids and the. Commensalism and Conflict: The Human-primate Interface Volume 4 of Special topics in primatology: Editors: James D.
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The first and still the only book focused exclusively on juvenile primates, this collection presents original research covering all the major divisions of primates, from prosimians to humans.
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We review evolutionary processes and mechanisms that gave rise to the diversity of primate social systems. We define social organization, social structure and mating system as distinct components of a social system. For each component, we summarize levels and patterns of variation among primates and discuss evolutionary determinants of this by: Conflict in primate society / S.L.
Washburn --Resolution of social conflict in animals and man / M.R.A. Chance --Role of conflict in human evolution --Conflict, dominance and exploitation in human systems of social segregation: some theoretical perspectives from the study of personality in culture / George De Vos --Intra-personal conflict and.
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Aureli, F.; van Schaik, C. P. Post-conflict behaviour in long-tailed macaques (Macaca fascicularis): social gy, 89– Google ScholarCited by: Every society engages in war, and war is also a pervasive aspect within non-human primate societies. In her book, In the Shadow of Man (), Jane Goodall provided one of the first documented accounts of organized conflict between chimpanzee groups called troops.
According to her research in Gombe National Park in Tanzania, chimpanzee groups. Social grooming is also used as a form of reconciliation and a means of conflict resolution in some species.
Human social grooming is associated with romantic partners and family affection while growing up and plays a role in pair bonding. Ethologists call .