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1

What did Diamond find in 1991 regarding 'securing access to scarce resources?'

By 1991, 63% of the countries involved in wars were involved due to land conflicts.

2

What two real life cases support 'securing access to scarce resources'?

Germany's lebensraum and Oil in the Middle East.

3

What did Diamond find in 1991 regarding 'reducing over population'?

Gaining land through war was immediately followed by the partial or total killing of the original inhabitants of the land.

4

What real life case supports 'reducing over population'?

Native-American Genocide.

5

What did Bullock find in 1981?

Found there was a new population of AmeriAsians as a result of war rape during the Vietnam war.

6

What did Thornhill and Thornhill find in 1983?

War rape is nearly universal.

7

What did Griskevicius find in 2009?

Men are inclined to act aggressively when motivated by status. They are less inclined to aggress when motivated by courtship.

8

What did Chagnon find in 1968?

A study of the Yanomamo people found one of the most frequent for wars for the tribe was abduction of women. Also, most men who were married had killed, most men who hadn't killed weren't married.

9

What real life case supports the idea of acquiring status and access to women?

The Bosnian genocide in the 1990s.

10

By 1991, 63% of the countries involved in wars were involved due to land conflicts.

Diamond, 1991.

11

Gaining land through war was immediately followed by the partial or total killing of the original inhabitants of the land.

Diamond, 1991.

12

Found there was a new population of AmeriAsians as a result of war rape during the Vietnam war.

Bullock, 1981.

13

War rape is nearly universal.

Thornhill and Thornhill, 1983.

14

Men are inclined to act aggressively when motivated by status. They are less inclined to aggress when motivated by courtship.

Griskevicius, 2009.

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A study of the Yanomamo people found one of the most frequent for wars for the tribe was abduction of women. Also, most men who were married had killed, most men who hadn't killed weren't married.

Chagnon, 1968.

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What two theories can be used to as alternative theories for group aggression?

Emergent norm theory and Convergence theory.