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Religion’s Possible Role in Facilitating Eusocial Human Societies. A Behavioral Biology (Ethological) Perspective

Are Associated with Women’s Choice of Male Odor. Nature Genetics, 30, 2002, pp. 175-179. 72. James, W. Biological and Psychosocial Determinants of Male and Female Sexual Orientation. Journal of Biological Science, 37(5), 2005, pp. 555-567. 73. Joiner et al. Suicide as a Derangement of the Self-Sacrificial Aspect of Eusociality. Psychological Review, 123(3), 2016, pp. 235-254. 74. Kandler, C. et al. The Genetic and Environmental Roots of Variance in Negativity toward Foreign Nationals. Behav Genet, 45(2), 2015, pp. 181

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Water quality awareness and barriers to safe water provisioning in informal communities: A case study from Ndola, Zambia

Diseases, Vol. 11, pp. 312-321. Czech Geological Survey, 2003: Evaluation of the environmental impacts of copper and cobalt mining in the Zambian part of the Copperbelt and a heavy metals and sulphur contamination monitoring system proposal, Ministry of the Environment, Czech Geological Survey, Prague, Czech Republic. Dagdeviren, H., 2008: Waiting for miracles: The commercialization of urban water services in Zambia. In: Development and Change, Vol. 39, pp. 101-121. Dunlap, R., 1975: The impact of political orientation on

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Relevant Determinants of the Political Parties’ Environmental Preference

://dx.doi.org/10.1093/pan/mpr047 Neumayer, E., 2003. Are left-wing party strength and corporatism good for the environment? Evidence from panel analysis of air pollution in OECD countries. Ecological Economics, 45(2), 203-220. doi: http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/S0921-8009(03)00012-0 Neumayer, E., 2004. The environment, left-wing political orientation and ecological economics. Ecological Economics, 51(3-4), 167-175. doi: http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.ecolecon.2004.06.006 Percic, S., and Apostoaie, C.-M., 2016. A Critical Review of the

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