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Rebecca K. Trisko, Aaron A. Sandel and Barbara Smuts

occur, wolves tend to repair disruptions to friendly relationships through reconciliations and third party affiliation; friendly greetings involving friendly submission by subordinates help to maintain social bonds; adult wolves play; and some pairs form especially close, affiliative bonds (Schenkel

Hoobler and Donohue

Israeli leaders leading up to the negotiations were analyzed to determine the extent to which the relational context was more affiliation-oriented or more focused on power and domination. The results indicate that the relational context leading up to Oslo II shifted dramatically over the course of several

Wolf Jürgen Streich, Anja Widdig, Fred Bercovitch, Peter Nürnberg and Michael Krawczak

AFFILIATION AND AGGRESSION AMONG ADULT FEMALE RHESUS MACAQUES: A GENETIC ANALYSIS OF PATERNAL COHORTS by ANJA WIDDIG 1,2,3) , PETER NÜRNBERG 1,4) , MICHAEL KRAWCZAK 5,6) , WOLF JÜRGEN STREICH 7) and FRED BERCOVITCH 8,9,10) ( 1 Institut für Medizinische Genetik, Universitätsklinikum Charité

Rees, Wilhelm

[German Version] In Catholic canon law, similar to the secular realm, “affiliation” (Lat. affiliare: “adopt”) denotes a special relationship of association; more specifically it is used in terms of aggregation (laws of religious orders and associations), incorporation or incardination and, in the

Sectarian Affiliation and Gender Traditionalism

A Study of Sunni and Shi’a Muslims in Four Predominantly Muslim Countries

Gabriel A. Acevedo and Sarah Shah

Introduction In this article we aim to contribute to the bourgeoning literature in the sociology of Islam by examining the links between Sunni-Shi’a affiliation and views towards gender traditionalism in four predominantly Muslim countries. We begin by noting previous studies that have examined

Julia Ostner and Oliver Schülke

1. Introduction Two decades ago primatologists compiled what was then known about primate male affiliative relationships (e.g., van Hooff & van Schaik, 1992, 1994; Hill & van Hooff, 1994 ; Strier, 1994a). It was proposed that affiliation and cooperation evolved less frequently in males

Erin P. Riley, Cristina Sagnotti, Monica Carosi and Ngakan Putu Oka

1. Introduction In the past few decades, researchers have increasingly focused their attention to social relationships among male mammals, demonstrating that male–male interactions extend beyond competition and conflict to include affiliation and bonding. Strong cooperative and

Karen B. Strier

BROTHERHOODS AMONG ATELINS: KINSHIP, AFFILIATION, AND COMPETITION by KAREN B. STRIER1) (Department of Anthropology, University of Wisconsin-Madison, Madison, WI 53706, U.S.A.) (With 3 Figures) (Acc. 20-VII-1994) Summary This paper examines differences in male affiliative associations and

Yuko Ikkatai, Shigeru Watanabe and Ei-Ichi Izawa

relationship level (Aureli et al., 2002 ). Post-conflict affiliation (PC-affiliation) is a strategy by which combatants show socio-positive interactions with former opponents or with non-combatant bystanders; this is referred to as ‘reconciliation’ or ‘third-party affiliation’ respectively. Specifically

Voices of the Young So-Called Vulnerable

How Well Is Their Being?

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Andrew Azzopardi

and culturally but also in terms of gender, ethnicity, religious affiliation, sexual orientation and health and personal wellbeing ( OECD, 2017 ). This chapter has the scope of surfacing the pungent matters, through the voice of young people themselves, with a view to informing policy (Roche, as cited