Peace and Nonviolence: Anthropological Aspects [a review]
In “Peace and Nonviolence: Anthropological Aspects,” Leslie Sponsel presents a concise and convincing argument for the persistence of nonviolent behavior throughout prehistory and history by providing numerous empirical examples from an anthropological perspective. Because of the inherent multidisciplinary approach anthropology provides, it creates the ideal framework from which to view peace and nonviolence in contrast […]
Website Adds Two More Articles to Archive.
Two additional articles, one comparing aggressiveness between men and women and the other examining the propensity for peacefulness in humans, have been added to the article archive in this website. Douglas Fry, comparing the nature and extent of violence among Zapotec women and men in 1992 found that the women tended to use more indirect […]