By David Levinson
An exam and comparability of the ways that assorted cultures convey and get to the bottom of clash. seems at quite a few different types of aggression between contributors and teams, together with kin violence, capital punishment, animal cruelty and rites of initiation, and on the resolutions tried.
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The major determinant of whether or not an aged person is the object of death-hastening behavior is whether that person is considered by others to be either intact or decrepit. In nearly all cultures, a person is considered intact when he or she is productive. A person is considered decrepit when he or she is a social or economic liability; that is, the individual requires the support of others to survive, support that would otherwise go to others who are productive or might put the person providing the support at risk.
A third type of council is the chief's council, composed of men who advise the chief on various matters that come before him for a decision. However, it is the chief who makes the final decision and is seen as the final authority by the members of the culture. Thus, unlike the elder's and restricted types of council, an advisory council is not directly involved in conflict resolution. See also ADVISORS; CONFLICT RESOLUTION; MEDIATION Bohannan, Paul, and Laura Bohannan. " 35 COUNTING COUP Unpublished manuscript, Human Relations Area Files.
The status of some of these categories exempts their members from punishment for offenses. For example, warriors are often not punished for aggressive behavior within the community, as they are expected to be aggressive. On the other hand, the special status of some other categories places greater burdens on their members. For example, religious practitioners are often expected to follow the laws and norms of behavior more closely than are other people and also often have to follow a special set of rules.
Aggression and Conflict: A Cross-Cultural Encyclopedia (Encyclopedias of the Human Experience) by David Levinson