Darwins theory of evolution views at the time of his work and social forces that led to support for the theory?
There is no proven theory of evolution only the physical evidence of what Chuck Norris has allowed to live.
Badly. The theory of evolution by natural selection has to do with the natural world and the selection of individual organisms. Social Darwinism and like ideologies are biologically mistaken as the posit a form of group selection which has nothing to do with evolutionary theory but everything to do with social ideology trying to find scientific respectability.
The full question is: What statements about social support are accurate A support is most important during times of personal crisis B Good communication is essential for strong support C support and a lack of it affects your health D Good support means having lots of people to help you Good communication is essential for strong social support. and Social support (and a lack of it) affects your health.
" Translated " is not the correct word. The concept is called social Darwinism and has little to do with the theory of evolution by natural selection because it is not about the natural struggle for existence of individual organisms, but about how societies compete. This is not an evolutionary concept. Herbert Spenser devised this concept and Darwin did not have anything to do with it and really did not approve of the concept's tenets.
Horacio Fabrega has written: 'Evolution of Sickness and Healing' 'Evolution of sickness and healing' -- subject(s): Medical anthropology, Social medicine, Psychology, Sick, Human evolution 'Disease and social behavior' -- subject(s): Social medicine 'History of mental illness in India' -- subject(s): Mental illness, History 'Disease and social behaviour' 'Culture and Psychiatric Diagnosis'