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The Sociobiology of Ethnocentrism : Evolutionary Dimensions of Xenophobia, Discrimination, Racism, and Nationalism

de Reynolds, Vernon (Ed.) ; Falger, Vincent S.E. (Ed.) ; Vine, Ian (Ed.)
Mention d'édition: 1986Collation: 1 vol. (XX-327 p.) : ill. ; 23 cm.Édition: Athens : University of Georgia Press, 1987.ISBN: 0-8203-0915-X.Contenu: Part. I. Review. Ethnocentrism and in-group/out-group differentiation: a review and interpretation of the literature / Johan M.G. van der Dennen (p.1-47) – Part. II. General theoretical perspectives. Sociobiological explanations and the evolution of ethnocentrism / Robin I.M. Dunbar (p.48-59) -- Inclusive fitness and the self system. The roles of human nature and sociocultural processes in intergroup discrimination / Ian Vine (p.60-80) -- Ethnocentrism in Human Social Behaviour : Some Biosociological Considerations / Peter Meyer (p.81-93) -- In-group/out-group relations and the issue of group selection / Umberto Melotti (p.94-111) -- Inclusive fitness and ethnocentrism / Irwin Silverman (p.112-117) -- Part III: Empirical studies. Genetic similarity as a mediator of interpersonal relationships / Robin H.J. Russel (p.118-130) -- A study in the evolution of ethnocentrism / Colin J. Irwin (p.131-156) -- The evocative significance of kin terms in patriotic speech / Gary R. Johnson, Susan H. Ratwik and Timothy J. Sawyer (p.157-174) -- Part IV: The relevance for politics. Group identification and political socialization / Wolfgang Tönnesmann (p.175-189) -- Biological bases of social prejudices / Heiner Flohr (p.190-207) -- Sociobiology and race relations / Vernon Reynolds (p.208-215) -- Man's limited sympathy as a consequence of his evolution in small kin groups / Ben W. Ike (p.216-234) – From Xenophobia to Xenobiosis ? Biological Aspects of the Foundation of International Relations / Vincent S.E. Falger (p.235-250) -- Part V: An historical perspective. The biological bases of ethnocentrism, racism and nationalism in national socialism / George J. Stein (p.251-267)Sujet RAMEAU: Ethnocentrism | Xenophobia | Sociobiology | Political sociology | International relationsThématique: Politique | Société, modes de vie | Relations internationalesThématique spécifique: Ethnocentrisme | Racisme | Espèce humaine | Nationalisme | Politique sociale | Idéologie | Sociobiologie | Culture | Morale | Discrimination | Identité | SociologieType de document: OuvrageLangue du document: anglaisPays d'édition: Etats-Unis d'AmériquesNote: Includes indexes.
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Part. I. Review. Ethnocentrism and in-group/out-group differentiation: a review and interpretation of the literature / Johan M.G. van der Dennen (p.1-47) – Part. II. General theoretical perspectives. Sociobiological explanations and the evolution of ethnocentrism / Robin I.M. Dunbar (p.48-59) -- Inclusive fitness and the self system. The roles of human nature and sociocultural processes in intergroup discrimination / Ian Vine (p.60-80) -- Ethnocentrism in Human Social Behaviour : Some Biosociological Considerations / Peter Meyer (p.81-93) -- In-group/out-group relations and the issue of group selection / Umberto Melotti (p.94-111) -- Inclusive fitness and ethnocentrism / Irwin Silverman (p.112-117) -- Part III: Empirical studies. Genetic similarity as a mediator of interpersonal relationships / Robin H.J. Russel (p.118-130) -- A study in the evolution of ethnocentrism / Colin J. Irwin (p.131-156) -- The evocative significance of kin terms in patriotic speech / Gary R. Johnson, Susan H. Ratwik and Timothy J. Sawyer (p.157-174) -- Part IV: The relevance for politics. Group identification and political socialization / Wolfgang Tönnesmann (p.175-189) -- Biological bases of social prejudices / Heiner Flohr (p.190-207) -- Sociobiology and race relations / Vernon Reynolds (p.208-215) -- Man's limited sympathy as a consequence of his evolution in small kin groups / Ben W. Ike (p.216-234) – From Xenophobia to Xenobiosis ? Biological Aspects of the Foundation of International Relations / Vincent S.E. Falger (p.235-250) -- Part V: An historical perspective. The biological bases of ethnocentrism, racism and nationalism in national socialism / George J. Stein (p.251-267)

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