Our better nature: Does resource stress predict beyond-household sharing
Evolution and Human Behavior • Vol/Iss. 39 • Elsevier • • Published In • Pages: 380-391 •
By Ember, Carol R., Skoggard, Ian, Ringen, Erik J. , Farrer, Megan
The scope of customary sharing would be broader geographically and socially with more resource stress.
Due to limited beyond-household food sharing information, coders examined the following OCM variables: daily routine (512), household (592), and community structure (621). Additionally, coders examined the following variables for limited beyond-household labor sharing information: food quest(220), annual cycle (221), animal husbandry (230), agriculture (240), exchange transactions (437), and daily routine (512).
|90% Highest Posterior Density Interval||Not Supported||UNKNOWN||UNKNOWN||UNKNOWN|
|Variable Name||Variable Type||OCM Term(s)|
|Resource Stress||Independent||Disasters, Gratification And Control Of Hunger, Nutrition|
|Beyond-Household Food Sharing||Dependent||Behavior Toward Non-relatives, Disasters, Eating, Gift Giving, Mutual Aid, Visiting And Hospitality|
|Beyond-Household Labor Sharing||Dependent||Cooperative Organization, Labor And Leisure, Mutual Aid|