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The sexual division of labor in horticultural societies evolved as a result of? A). foraging mode of living, B). intensive agriculture, C). a pastoral way of living, D). having a central nervous
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It is a matter of opinion if 'evolution' is an appropriate term to discuss social strategies. And as sexual division of labour has emerged in different societies in different ways and for different reasons, it is also a matter of particular cases. [ All options can be shown to have been correct in different contexts where available. . ]
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