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Family matters: why people can hold political views that disadvantage their own sex

By Rob Brooks, Scientia Professor of Evolutionary Ecology; Academic Lead of UNSW's Grand Challenges Program, UNSW
Khandis R Blake, Lecturer in Psychology, University of Melbourne
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According to this theory, our social and political views can be impacted not only by the sex of our children, but also whether we have more male or female relatives.

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