Food resource periodicity and cooperation values: a cross-cultural consideration

Cross-Cultural Research Vol/Iss. 29(3) Sage Periodicals Press Thousand Oaks, CA Published In Pages: 276-296
By Poggie, Jr., John J.


This article examines socialization for cooperation as a function of economic production. The author theorizes that in societies where large amounts of food production labor must be accomplished quickly, there is a higher cultural value placed on cooperation.


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