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We both agree the Human Furby, aka mini-Spiderman, who does little but run around making kapow noises and complain about the food he's been given, is the one we'd ditch. He is monumentally annoying.
Last in, first out. But no emotionally functioning parent — really There are some I'd prefer to spend four hours trapped in the Eurotunnel with than others. That's not quite the same thing. There are some I shout at more than the others — but again that's not favouritism, it's simply because the year-old knows how to tip me into a cauldron of anger quicker than any of his siblings.
When it comes to sweating the big stuff Christmas presents, a lifetime of emotional support, etcthey are all treated equally. A daughter is more likely to continue the family gene than a son, who cannot be relied on to find a mate Harry Wallop So, the latest research from the Carlson School of Management and Rutgers Business School is genuinely surprising: More specifically, they provide for them when times are tough — more so than they do their sons.
Admittedly, the research was theoretical. As in, parents were asked to draw up wills for an imaginary child, after being told about the economy tanking. It turns out daughters receive 60 per cent of these theoretical assets. I am always dubious about these economic behavioural studies based on laboratory questionnaires.
It doesn't matter how cleverly designed they are, they can never replicate the real world.
The thesis that parents prefer daughters has some basis, at least in the animal kingdom. When provisions are scare, the beasts of the jungle prefer female offspring because, as the researchers put it, they have a "larger reproductive payoff".
It means that a daughter is more likely to continue the family gene than a son, who cannot be relied on to find a mate. But, if anything, the human world takes the opposite approach.
For centuries, male offspring were preferred because of their greater earning potential. And parents of daughters were resentful because they had large dowries or wedding bills to pay. Just look at the number of daughters in the Third World, generation after generation, smothered to death as they exited the womb.
It is possible there is some inherent compensation built in, I suppose. Fewer superheroes, more housework role playing kits — girls spend their childhood being reminded they are less likely to earn as much as their brothers.
Harry Wallop is a features writer for The Telegraph. Dad of Four is his weekly column for Telegraph Men. Read more from Telegraph Men Advertisement."Daughters Are Better Than Sons" Essays and Research Papers Daughters Are Better Than Sons A Better Daughter “It’s the most wonderful time of the year.
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