sociality


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the tendency to associate with others and to form social groups

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This is the reason why the sociality of Moten's poetry so often takes the form of a latent aurality that assumes not only listeners and interlocutors but also other contrapuntal voices and sounds beyond the purview of the text itself.
The study, titled "Primate brain size is predicted by diet but not sociality," was published in the journal Nature Ecology & Evolution.
What Allison observes is that there is a new commonality arising in the aftermath of the disaster: "a sociality formed in pain" (p.
Humans are also said to have emerged out of springs and therefore water is seen as the substance that carries the essence of a shared origin and inclusive sociality of all beings.
The creation of Nadia Cheaib, Sociality aims to play matchmaker between companies looking to burnish their social responsibility credentials and projects in need of funding.
Because culture is social, biocultural theory must include a good basic model of evolved human sociality.
In both of these statements, van Wyk's work emerges as a profound critique of social anthropology--its propensity to see sociality everywhere and to reduce all phenomena to anonymous social forces.
For instance, she tracks the recurrence of a monstrous figure in both Shaftesbury and Hume, the misanthropic individual solitary amidst society: what Shaftesbury conjures as a seeming limit against which natural sociality defines itself, Hume internalizes as part of his own spasm of philosophical alienation halfway through Treatise of Human Nature.
This article contributes to a growing body of youth alcohol and other drug (AOD) research exploring young people's complex sociality and the role of AOD consumption in it.
Objective : Food4Med s strategy aims at achieving results that will contribute to increasing target group and final beneficiaries knowledge and awareness, improving their sociality and sociability, and raising their consciousness towards a multicultural and intercultural dialogue.
As Tooker demonstrates, the spatial conception of Akha sociality is not significantly different from the "galactic polities" or "mandala states" of the lowlands (p.
She examines the way that advanced information and communications technology has opened up new fields of capital accumulation: in culture and the arts, in the privatization of public services, and in the commodification of human sociality by way of mobile devices and social networking.
We consider the implications of our results for the study of the evolution of complex sociality and highlight several future directions for parrot socioecology research.
Recent findings extend such complex sociality to a new phylum- the Platyhelminthes.