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Парфенов . И. Social Relations of Animals in the Light of Sociobiology. Izvestiya of Saratov University. Philosophy. Psychology. Pedagogy, 2009, vol. 9, iss. 3, pp. 41-?.

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Social Relations of Animals in the Light of Sociobiology

Revealing of actually social attitudes between animals, and during too time, direct analogies of a human society to communities of representatives of fauna (as a rule, with insects and gregarious animals) is characteristic for modern sociobiology, science born on border between social philosophy and zoology. Hardly pertinently to build onelinear, rigid models of social evolution of the person or to base them on the analysis of behavior of primates or communities of hunters. In social behavior between kinds (or populations) experts in the field of socio-ecology are inclined to explain distinctions, proceeding from character of distribution of food resources and reproductive partners in territory.



Parfenov Alexandr Igorevich 

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