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Fraser and Hauser (2010) are not convinced by our interpretation ofNisbett and Cohen’s data. They maintain that while those data doindicate that northerners and southerners differ in the strength oftheir disapproval of insult-provoked violence, they do not show thatnortherners and southerners have a real moral disagreement. They go onto argue that the work of Abarbanell and Hauser (2010) provides a muchmore persuasive example of a systematic moral disagreement betweenpeople in different cultural groups. Abarbanell and Hauser focused onthe moral judgments of rural Mayan people in the Mexican state ofChiapas. They found that people in that community do not judgeactions causing harms to be worse than omissions(failures to act) which cause identical harms, while nearby urbanMayan people and Western internet users judge actions to besubstantially worse than omissions.
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In the contemporary South, police and other government services arewidely available and herding has all but disappeared as a way of life,but certain sorts of violence continue to be more common than they arein the North. Nisbett and Cohen (1996) maintain that patterns ofviolence in the South, as well as attitudes toward violence, insults,and affronts to honor, are best explained by the hypothesis that aculture of honor persists among contemporary white non-Hispanicsoutherners. In support of this hypothesis, they offer a compellingarray of evidence, including:
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