By P. Eymard, J. Faraut, G. Schiffmann, R. Takahashi
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Achieving a perspective on the origins of human territorial functioning will serve to clear away misconceptions that surround the concept and to clarify its evolutionary origins. Chapter 2 provides some details on the range of territorial behaviors displayed by various species. Territorial functioning in ants, birds, and primates reveals several commonalities, most particularly links between the local ecology and territorial functioning, and between territorial functioning and group processes. The material addresses questions such as: What forms does territorial functioning take?
These outside locations buffer the individual or household from the immediate local society on the streetblock, but at the same time allow the person or household to contribute in pivotal ways to the continued maintenance of the streetblock setting. The chapter explores how the streetblock functions as a behavior setting, and how the behaviors of individuals and households in their exterior home and near-home territories help maintain the setting. Chapter 9 moves into regularly used territories, where one often encounters familiar others.
Connections between territorial functioning and the larger social order are noted. Chapter 6 introduces two theoretical perspectives in psychology that nicely complement the territorial perspective being developed, and provide added insight into the consequences of territorial functioning. Dan Stokols' place-specific analysis of how settings exacerbate or ameliorate stress is introduced. His analysis clarifies the means by which territorial functioning reduces stress. The second theoretical perspective introduced is ecological psychology's behavior setting theory.
Analyse Harmonique sur les Groupes de Lie by P. Eymard, J. Faraut, G. Schiffmann, R. Takahashi