The sample was primarily white (77.9%), was proportionally geographically distributed, and on average, the educational level and years in education of the sample was greater than that of the US population. ___________________________ Del Giudice, M., Booth, T., and Irwing, P. The distance between Mars and Venus: Measuring global sex differences in personality. Sexual promiscuity is based on the size of a persons libido the traits that predict promiscuity- extraversion, openness to experience, neuroticism (especially in women), positive schizotypy, and the ''dark triad'' traits (i.e., narcissism, psychopathy, and Machiavellianism) are simply tools one has to satisfy libido (for men at least), Would an agreeable male introvert be able to have as many partners as an extroverted bad boy? Women who have reviewed I imagine it is appealing to think that you don't have to factor in socialization and the historical barriers to women getting direct access to resources and can just reinforce that system, but this doesn't fly, sorry. Women who have reviewed I imagine it is appealing to think that you don't have to factor in socialization and the historical barriers to women getting direct access to resources and can just reinforce that system, but this doesn't fly, sorry.
Personality was assessed with 15 primary scales, corresponding to the following traits: Warmth (reserved vs. There are people with all of the traits that predict promiscuity but have low libido and so they are able but unwilling to be promiscuous. See Dorothy Dinnerstein's "The Mermaid and the Minotaur" for one explanation of why some male scientists would collaborate to perpetuate these myths. See Dorothy Dinnerstein's "The Mermaid and the Minotaur" for one explanation of why some male scientists would collaborate to perpetuate these myths.
this whole thing plays into the documented concept of men seeing women as other-than, and unlike men, the default humans, whereas women do not draw these lines. i know it must serve you to find support for the dynamic, but i've drawn a line between you and the rest of humanity, so it hardly matters that you've the "soapbox of influence".
also, to commenter Gary, most of human existence took place in the time prior to what is popularly called "history" - nomadic people with tasks somewhat differentiated but absolutely in the same spheres and environments.
The first concern I have with the study is the fact that the survey was taken from only US citizens, primarily white, and all educated? For example; if an individual is seen as "rule-conscious" it could be because during their child hood their parents were abusive, naturally that individual would grow up to listen to rules. I think studying a wider range of societies around the world would have given a better indication. I can think of plenty contradictions to this study and would be interested in seeing the results of this study in other societies and cultures. If this were done more cross-culturally I would be more convinced.
Most of the participants were white and from the US. I also think that American society has a major impact on the results of this study and once again, including other societies and cultures would create a much better study in my opinion.
Due to womens' smaller stature, physical strength and natural charter to the vulnerable conditions of child bearing/rearing, women have almost always had to suffer from second class citizenship in the evolution of mankind.Every subset of animal is a product of their evolutionary upbringing, and their survival was dependent upon successfully interacting within their society and biology.Women have lived in a very different, albeit overlapping, worlds and existence than men.tasks were transferable and expedience was the determinant.While men and women coexist in the same physical spaces, that is not the same spheres and environments.
The objections here all fall back upon the nature/nurture controversy.