Men’s status and reproductive success in 33 nonindustrial societies: Effects of subsistence, marriage system, and reproductive strategy
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences • Vol/Iss. 113(39) • National Academy of Sciences • Washington, D.C • Published In • Pages: 10824-10829 •
By von Rueden, Christopher R., Jaeggi, Adrian V.
Male status is positively associated with mating effort, but not with offspring mortality (10825).
Fertility (posterior mean = 0.237) and mating success (posterior mean = 0.200) were more strongly associated with male status than were productivity, age, and interbirth interval of wife (posterior mean = -0.003) and offspring mortality (posterior mean = 0.084), especially among polygynous groups.
|Phylogenetic multilevel metaregression||Supported||UNKNOWN||UNKNOWN||UNKNOWN|
|Variable Name||Variable Type||OCM Term(s)|
|Male Status||Independent||Community Heads, Community Councils|
|Mating Success||Dependent||Birth Statistics, Mode Of Marriage|
|Wife Age||Dependent||Regulation Of Marriage|
|Interbirth Interval||Dependent||Birth Statistics|
|Female Productivity||Dependent||Birth Statistics|