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The evolution of violence [electronic resource]

The evolution of violence [electronic resource]

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개인저자
Shackelford, Todd K. (Todd Kennedy), 1971-. Hansen, Ranald D. Pinker, Steven.
서명 / 저자사항
The evolution of violence [electronic resource] / Todd K. Shackelford, Ranald D. Hansen, editors ; foreword by Steven Pinker.
발행사항
New York :   Springer,   c2014.  
형태사항
1 online resource (xii, 244 p.) : ill.
총서사항
Evolutionary psychology
ISBN
9781461493143 (electronic bk.) 1461493145 (electronic bk.) 1461493137 9781461493136 9781461493136
요약
Our contemporary capacity for understanding and empathy suggests that people are becoming less disposed to violence. At the same time, current developments in war technologies and the popularity of blood-soaked movies and video games point to the opposite conclusion. The works of Darwin hold crucial keys to the puzzle, yet his theories--and evolutionary theory in general--are often dismissed as relics, or worse. The Evolution of Violence explores and explodes myths about evolutionary theory while restoring Darwinian concepts to modern-day relevance. In these provocative pages, violence scholars from across the disciplines elegantly argue that evolutionary perspectives, far from conflicting with current science, complement and enhance standard social theory. Compelling original essays in areas such as domestic abuse, sibling conflict, and aggression in women make the case with clarity, and the contributors' theoretical and empirical insights carry significant practical implications for violence prevention. Among the featured topics: Sexual selection and the psychology of intergroup conflict. Warfare and human nature. Evolutionary behavioral genetics of violent crime. Intimate partner violence: an evolutionary view. Evolutionary perspectives on child welfare law. An evolutionary developmental lens for understanding the causes and consequences of human aggression. Scholarly and useful for researchers and evolutionary scientists while accessible to interested laypersons, The Evolution of Violence is no simple reminder of how far we've come as a species--it points clearly to our human potential for future progress.
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Intimate Partner Violence in Evolutionary Perspective / David M. Buss and Joshua D. Duntley -- War Before Civilization--15 Years On / Lawrence H. Keeley -- Violence in Literature: An Evolutionary Perspective / Joseph Carroll -- Evolutionary Perspectives on Child Welfare Law / David J. Herring -- Warfare and Human Nature / Steven A. LeBlanc -- Sexual Selection and the Psychology of Intergroup Conflict / Carlos David Navarrete and Melissa M. McDonald -- Evolutionary Behavioral Genetics of Violent Crime / Kevin M. Beaver, Joseph L. Nedelec, Joseph A. Schwartz and Eric J. Connolly -- The Evolutionary Psychology of Sibling Conflict and Siblicide / Catherine A. Salmon and Jessica A. Hehman -- Aggression Grows Up: Looking Through an Evolutionary Developmental Lens to Understand the Causes and Consequences of Human Aggression / David F. Bjorklund and Patricia H. Hawley -- Adaptation and Coherence: Evolutionary and Dynamical Perspectives on Human Violence / Robin R. Vallacher and Christopher Brooks -- Violence and Aggression in Women / Catharine P. Cross and Anne C. Campbell.
서지주기
Includes bibliographical references and index.
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Issued also as a book.  
일반주제명
Violence --Psychological aspects. Evolutionary psychology. Social Darwinism. Psychology, Social. Violence --psychology.
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Intimate Partner Violence in Evolutionary Perspective -- War Before Civilization – 15 Years On -- Violence in Literature: An Evolutionary Perspective -- Evolutionary Perspectives on Child Welfare Law -- Warfare and Human Nature -- Sexual Selection and the Psychology of Intergroup Conflict -- Evolutionary Behavioral Genetics of Violent Crime -- The Evolutionary Psychology of Sibling Conflict and Siblicide -- Aggression Grows Up: Looking Through an Evolutionary Developmental Lens to Understand the Causes and Consequences of Human Aggression -- Adaptation and Coherence: Evolutionary and Dynamical Perspectives on Human Violence -- Violence and Aggression in Women.

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