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  • Sociobiological theories of rape — are theories that explore to what degree, if any, evolutionary adaptations influence the psychology of rapists. Such theories are highly controversial, as traditional theories typically do not consider rape to be a behavioral adaptation. Some… …   Wikipedia

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  • sociobiological — so·cio·biological …   English syllables

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  • sociobiology — A recently developed academic discipline, particularly popular in the United States, based upon the tenet that all animal and human behaviour is ultimately dependent upon genetic encoding moulded through evolutionary history by the processes of… …   Dictionary of sociology

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