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Social Interdependence Theory

Social interdependence theory is a social theory which holds that social systems are primarily defined by the type of interdependencies between their members. The essence of a social system is seen to be the interdependence among members, which results in … Continue reading

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Eco-cultural basis of Cognition: Farmers and Fishermen are more Holistic than Herders

It has been proposed that social interdependence fosters holistic cognition, that is, a tendency to attend to the broad perceptual and cognitive field, rather than to a focal object and its properties, and a tendency to reason in terms of … Continue reading

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