The ecology of East African homicide

Cross-Cultural Research Vol/Iss. 8 Published In Pages: 319-342
By Bolton, Ralph, Vadheim, Constance


Using homicide rates as an indicator, this article examines the ecological factors that might be functioning as stressors in the environment of thirty-four East African tribes. A series of hypotheses dealing with the relationships between these stressors and tribal levels of aggressiveness are tested.

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