1. What does Andersson 1997 look at with Males aggression and it's link to evolution?
- Males have a hunt, protect and competition lifestyle - They need size and strength
- Males need to be intelligent to outwit their opponents in competition
- Males need to be strong to be able to hunt
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2. This theory predicts that male activities require strength, how is this claim criticised?
- Intelligence is a key factor to competition
- Does not take into account female strength
- The agility of the male is not taken into account
- Women still have children, and carry also - Dual role
3. What does Shields state about how different genders evolve?
- They evolve differently in order to survive
- They evolve to take on their different gender roles
4. Why can the evolutionary theory not be generalised?
- Research is only through observation
- Research is through case studies only
- Cannot explain social and biological factors
5. What is the Hunting Hypothesis by Morris?
- Males have adapted to be faster and agile to be able to hunt (Navigation and awareness)
- Males have adapted to be more intelligent so they are able to protect
- Females have adapted to be more agile and faster so they are able to fulfil their gender roles
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