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Evolution psychology 2 Evolutionary psychology How does kinship differ from cronyism in everyday life? There are differences between kinship and cronyism in everyday life, and the first is from the meaning of the two words (McGowan, R. 2011). Kinship refers to a family relationship. It is a connection of people through blood, heredity, adoption, or marriage. On the other side, cronyism refers to the practice of awarding jobs and giving other advantages to your friends or trusted colleagues (Shapiro, W. 2008). This is majorly evident when it comes to employment or in politics where a politician gives the supportive organizations some benefits (Shapiro, W. 2008). In our today’s life, the favors based on blood or family ties are referred to as nepotism. This is where the main difference lies (Shapiro, W. 2008). In nepotism, a person helps those that they are related with by blood or marriage which refers to kinship (McGowan, R. 2011). Just like

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