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References M. Apostolou 2007 Elements of parental choice: The evolution of parental preferences in relation to in-law selection

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Apostolou, M. (2010): Parental choice: What parents want in a son-in-law and a daughter-in-law across 67 pre-industrial societies. British Journal of Psychology , 101, 695–704. Apostolou M

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5 325 383 . M. Apostolou 2007 Elements of parental choice: the evolution of parental preferences in relation to in

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Rewriting the book on human female sexuality: New thinking on old questions

A review of The Evolutionary Biology of Human Female Sexuality, by Randy Thornhill and Steven W. Gangestad. Oxford University Press (2008), 424 pages, £26.99 ($49.95), ISBN: 0195340990 (paperback).

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Author: Mary K. Shenk

References M. Apostolou 2008 Sexual selection under parental choice: the role of parents in the evolution of human mating

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189 201 Dronkers, J. (1995) ’The Existence of Parental Choice in the Netherlands’, Educational Policy 9, 227

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metropolitan Japan . Ethnology , 34 , 37 – 51 . Apostolou , M. ( 2007 ). Sexual selection under parental choice: The role of parents in the evolution of human mating

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between 1979 and 1997, including the marketisation of education and greater parental choice of schools. Private schooling had been given greater legitimacy, and increasing numbers of parents unable to fund private schooling had sought private tutoring to

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