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Nature and nurture are both equally important?

Nature and nurture are both equally important? Topic: Nature or nurture essays
June 26, 2019 / By Merrill
Question: im wrting an essay that nature and nurture are both equally important i need some topics i have health so far
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Lesly Lesly | 2 days ago
I've always remembered the two in this way: Don't think of it as Nature vs. Nuture. Think of it as Nature AND Nurture. Yes, both contribute equally to human behavior and temperament. You will find people who will argue more for one or the other, but it is a combination of the two. I agree....with you, both are equally important. You could look at these topics: -Behavior/temperament -Making/Keeping friends and/or maintaining healthy relationships -Social aspects -Self esteem -Careers between the two -deficits between the two -What type of family, home, environment or structure each typically comes from Good luck.
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Lesly Originally Answered: Nature and nurture are both equally important?
I've always remembered the two in this way: Don't think of it as Nature vs. Nuture. Think of it as Nature AND Nurture. Yes, both contribute equally to human behavior and temperament. You will find people who will argue more for one or the other, but it is a combination of the two. I agree....with you, both are equally important. You could look at these topics: -Behavior/temperament -Making/Keeping friends and/or maintaining healthy relationships -Social aspects -Self esteem -Careers between the two -deficits between the two -What type of family, home, environment or structure each typically comes from Good luck.
Lesly Originally Answered: Nature and nurture are both equally important?
ahh i loved this debate. ok we did intelligence and there is an idea that our intelligence is like an elastic band, our nature (genes) gives us a certain amount of natural intelligence and then our nurture will determine how much we stretch this intelligence. if we have a small elastic band of intelligence then we can only stretch is so far, but if its a big one, we could stretch it very far, or just leave it where it is and still be very intelligent. (sorry its a bit jumbled, but i hope you get the point) we also did phobias and anxiety disorders as they are very much nurture and there is such little evidence of phobias and anxieties being inherited. hope that helps! i had good fun writing my essays for this.

Josie Josie
ahh i loved this debate. ok we did intelligence and there is an idea that our intelligence is like an elastic band, our nature (genes) gives us a certain amount of natural intelligence and then our nurture will determine how much we stretch this intelligence. if we have a small elastic band of intelligence then we can only stretch is so far, but if its a big one, we could stretch it very far, or just leave it where it is and still be very intelligent. (sorry its a bit jumbled, but i hope you get the point) we also did phobias and anxiety disorders as they are very much nurture and there is such little evidence of phobias and anxieties being inherited. hope that helps! i had good fun writing my essays for this.
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Geraldine Geraldine
nature is caring for yourself and making sure you survive...nurture is caring for others and making sure others survive and one(of the many) reasons the world is skewed today is because many people only take care of their nature side and ignore the nurture side...i could go on but ill let your imagination stretch thats a good subject i wish i had that essay
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Geraldine Originally Answered: Is the next stage in equality going to be the recognition of women as equally violent and immoral as men?
I don't know about equal, but most certainly there is a very strong effort to misrepresent violence by men for political purposes. Feminists often give rape "statistics" based on agenda driven biased surveys that over represent the incidence of rape many fold from what official statistics indicate. Domestic Violence statistics are similarly misrepresented. The duluth model, very influential in how domestic violence is viewed was created by a feminist. Here's what it's based on: “Underpinning Duluth is an explicit assumption that, other than in "extremely rare" cases, domestic violence always has a male perpetrator and a female victim, and exists in a social context which explicitly condones and promotes that form of violence alone, as 'an inherent by-product of a male-dominated patriarchy” (1) Assessing violence from the viewpoint that men must be the aggressors is obviously about as biased as one can get. Unfortunately, I do not see any of this changing anytime soon. ~

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