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Lesko Reader - Article 36: Gender Differeneces in Cooperation and Competition

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Sociology
Course
Sociology 2233
Professor
Brendan Murphy
Semester
Winter

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Soc2233 Article 36Pg 291296Gender Differences in Cooperation and CompetitionCooperation A form of altruism helping others reach their goals which may help us reach our goals as wellCompetition A winlose approach where the other person is viewed as a rival and they reach their goals at your expense From an evolutionary psychologists perspective cooperation with kin and competition with out groups helped survivalThe MaleWarrior Hypothesis Experiment results showed that men contributed more to their group if there was group competition compared to none Female cooperation was relatively unaffected either way This suggests
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