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  1. Because a person has always, throughout his entire history of development, lived in a group, not alone, there were always relatives or tribesmen nearby, and sometimes he encountered representatives of other genera or tribes, and in any group, with the very rare exception of small groups, a hierarchy is always formed. Any individual always has a place in the hierarchy, his status, but what if the group is large, or there are many groups? There is a need to demonstrate your status in the group to others in order to build a situational hierarchy.

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