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We develop a simple cultural dynamics model to dicuss the spread hinoeuma the hinoeuma superstition in Japan. A large drop in the number of newborn babies hinoeuma in was attributed mainly to parents' avoiding click here a child born in a hinnoeuma year.
Presumably, Japanese parents were afraid that a daughter born in a hinoeuma year might later have difficulty finding a mate. We construct mathematical models to examine whether the hinoeuma superstition would likely become extinct or be stably maintained in the population. We classify members of a population according hinoeuma whether they believed the hinoeuma superstition believer or nonbelievertheir gender male or femalehinoeumx their year of birth born in a hinoeuma year or popess tarot. We compare several cases that differ according to 1 whether the belief in the superstition was transmitted to children by matrilineal, patrilineal, or Mendelian inheritance; 2 which parent controlled the timing of pregnancy and childbirth maternal or paternal birth hinoeuma ; and 3 binoeuma probability of birth control failure.
Our results show that the hinoeuma superstition is likely to spread if the mother has a strong influence on birth control and on the belief of their children. In hinoeuma, if birth control is paternal and the belief is passed down from father to hinoeuma, the hineuma superstition is likely hinoeeuma become extinct, hinoeuma.
In between these extremes, whether hinoeuma superstition becomes extinct or fixed in the population depends on the initial frequency of believers in the population. All rights reserved.
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