Lionel Tiger Men in Groups

ISBN 13: 9780177110337

Men in Groups

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Why do men form exclusively male groups such as secret societies, fraternities, clubs and cliques? First published in 1969, Lionel Tiger's highly original and controversial book claims that men derive a staisfaction from each other not availble in mixed society, that this is biologically natural and that it is literally a matter of survival for males to group.

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Lionel Tiger is the Charles Darwin Professor of Anthropology at Rutgers University.


"The most creative contribution to the social sciences since David Riesman's The Lonely Crowd." --Robert Ardrey, Life Magazine 

"[Tiger's] enquiry into male bonding is an important step towards the possibility of discovering a genuine human dimorphism" --James Hamilton-Paterson, New Statesman 

"The implications of Men in Groups are manifold. We should all be grateful to Dr. Tiger for drawing our attention to a neglected aspect of human behavior." --Anthony Storr, Times (London) 

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Tiger, Lionel
Published by Random House (1969)
ISBN 10: 0177110333 ISBN 13: 9780177110337
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