A cross-cultural analysis of recruitment into all male groups: an ethological perspective

Journal of Human Evolution Vol/Iss. 10 Published In Pages: 281-292
By Mackey, Wade C.


This article examines proxemic behavior between adults and children in 10 cultures. Data suggests that the older boy-adult male dyad is the most common combination of adult groups and children. Relevant theory on hunting and male-male bonding is discussed.


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