Non-egalitarian groups reside with fewer unrelated individuals

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Since egalitarian societies explain diveristy in hunter-gatherer groups, it is fair to ask whether the opposite is also true. A model to predict the distribution of group relatedness of egalitarian societies can also be applied to non-egalitarian ones and compared to the Paranan farmers[@dyble2015Sex equality can explain the unique social structure of hunter-gatherer bands] :

Non egalitarian groups social distribution

Comparing both groups, and assuming that modern hunter-gatherers preserve ancestral organization structures, it is possible to think that the advent of literature/202103271415 agriculture created new social hierarchies.


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