Pathways to social inequality
Evolutionary Human Sciences • Vol/Iss. 3(e35) • Cambridge University Press • Cambridge • Published In • Pages: 1-14 •
By Haynie, Hannah J., Kavanaugh, Patrick H., Jordan, Fiona M. , Ember, Carol R. , Gray, Russell D. , Greenhill, Simon J. , Kirby, Kathryn R. , Kushnick, Geoff , Low, Bobbi S., Tuff, Ty, Vilela, Bruno, Botero, Carlos A. , Gavin, Michael C.
Resource intensification will be associated with the development of social inequality.
Two measures were used for resource intensification. Intensive agriculture had a direct significant correlation (direct effect size=1.032) with the development of social inequality, while reliance on large domesticated animals was indirectly more significant (indirect effect size=-0.719).
|Path diagrams||Supported||p<0.05||See note||UNKNOWN|
|Variable Name||Variable Type||OCM Term(s)|
|Large domesticated animals||Independent||Animal Husbandry|