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CHRISTOPHER R. BADCOCK

In: 21st Century Sociology

Chapter 91: Sociobiology

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Sociobiology
Sociobiology

Sociobiology is relevant to sociology for a number of important reasons. First, and foremost, sociobiology claims to be a general science of social behavior embracing all organisms, not just humans. This means that sociology is at least a subfield of this wider discipline, and at best a parallel one, mirroring at ...

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