Parental Goals: A Cross-Cultural View
by Robert A. Levine — 1974
The point of this article is that cultural evolution within human populations produces standardized strategies of survival for infants and children, strategies reflecting environmental pressures from a more recent past encoded in customs rather than in genes and transmitted socially rather than biologically.
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