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  1. In unsegmented societies retaliatory vengeance will be directed toward the perpetrator of a homicide or assault, in segmented societies vengeance will be directed toward the perpetrators family, bilateral kin, or local group (54).Kelly, Raymond C. - Warless societies and the origin of war, 2000 - 2 Variables

    This book examines the difference between warless and warlike societies and attempts to determine the point at which a society becomes warlike. The author suggests that differences between warless and warlike societies are mostly organizational and hypothesizes that "unsegmented" societies, or societies that have a weaker sense of group identity and cohesion, will be more likely to be warless than "segmented" societies. Several tests are presented. Results generally support the hypothesis.

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  2. There will be an association between kin group member liability to vengeance and the conceptualization of marriage as a group transaction (61).Kelly, Robert L. - Warless and warlike hunter-gatherers: a comparison, 2000 - 2 Variables

    This book examines the characteristics of warlike and warless foraging societies, as well as the transitional stages that occur when a society becomes warlike. Several predicted correlates of warfare frequency are supported.

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  3. Population density will be positively associated with frequency of warfare (71).Kelly, Raymond C. - Warless societies and the origin of war, 2000 - 2 Variables

    This book examines the difference between warless and warlike societies and attempts to determine the point at which a society becomes warlike. The author suggests that differences between warless and warlike societies are mostly organizational and hypothesizes that "unsegmented" societies, or societies that have a weaker sense of group identity and cohesion, will be more likely to be warless than "segmented" societies. Several tests are presented. Results generally support the hypothesis.

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  4. Marriage practices pertaining to exogamy will be positively related to frequency of internal and external warfare (62).Kelly, Raymond C. - Warless societies and the origin of war, 2000 - 2 Variables

    This book examines the difference between warless and warlike societies and attempts to determine the point at which a society becomes warlike. The author suggests that differences between warless and warlike societies are mostly organizational and hypothesizes that "unsegmented" societies, or societies that have a weaker sense of group identity and cohesion, will be more likely to be warless than "segmented" societies. Several tests are presented. Results generally support the hypothesis.

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  5. Mobility will be negatively associated with frequency of warfare (65).Kelly, Raymond C. - Warless societies and the origin of war, 2000 - 2 Variables

    This book examines the difference between warless and warlike societies and attempts to determine the point at which a society becomes warlike. The author suggests that differences between warless and warlike societies are mostly organizational and hypothesizes that "unsegmented" societies, or societies that have a weaker sense of group identity and cohesion, will be more likely to be warless than "segmented" societies. Several tests are presented. Results generally support the hypothesis.

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  6. Fabbro's (1978) peaceful societies will disproportionately tend to be unsegmented societies (49).Kelly, Raymond C. - Warless societies and the origin of war, 2000 - 2 Variables

    This book examines the difference between warless and warlike societies and attempts to determine the point at which a society becomes warlike. The author suggests that differences between warless and warlike societies are mostly organizational and hypothesizes that "unsegmented" societies, or societies that have a weaker sense of group identity and cohesion, will be more likely to be warless than "segmented" societies. Several tests are presented. Results generally support the hypothesis.

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  7. Unsegmented societies will have a lower frequency of warfare than segmented societies (51).Kelly, Raymond C. - Warless societies and the origin of war, 2000 - 2 Variables

    This book examines the difference between warless and warlike societies and attempts to determine the point at which a society becomes warlike. The author suggests that differences between warless and warlike societies are mostly organizational and hypothesizes that "unsegmented" societies, or societies that have a weaker sense of group identity and cohesion, will be more likely to be warless than "segmented" societies. Several tests are presented. Results generally support the hypothesis.

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  8. Food storage will be positively related to frequency of warfare (69).Kelly, Raymond C. - Warless societies and the origin of war, 2000 - 2 Variables

    This book examines the difference between warless and warlike societies and attempts to determine the point at which a society becomes warlike. The author suggests that differences between warless and warlike societies are mostly organizational and hypothesizes that "unsegmented" societies, or societies that have a weaker sense of group identity and cohesion, will be more likely to be warless than "segmented" societies. Several tests are presented. Results generally support the hypothesis.

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  9. There will be a positive relationship between unsegmented societies and low kin group vengeance among foragers (54).Kelly, Robert L. - Warless and warlike hunter-gatherers: a comparison, 2000 - 2 Variables

    This book examines the characteristics of warlike and warless foraging societies, as well as the transitional stages that occur when a society becomes warlike. Several predicted correlates of warfare frequency are supported.

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  10. Population density will be positively associated with warfare frequency (71).Kelly, Robert L. - Warless and warlike hunter-gatherers: a comparison, 2000 - 2 Variables

    This book examines the characteristics of warlike and warless foraging societies, as well as the transitional stages that occur when a society becomes warlike. Several predicted correlates of warfare frequency are supported.

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