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Good outbreak control relies on applying a package of interventions, including case management, surveillance and contact tracing, a good laboratory service, safe burials and social mobilisation. Community engagement is key to successfully controlling\r\n outbreaks. Raising awareness of risk factors for Ebola infection and protective measures (including vaccination) that individuals can take is an effective way to reduce human transmission. Risk reduction messaging should focus on several factors:
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Good outbreak control relies on applying a package of interventions, including case management, surveillance and contact tracing, a good laboratory service, safe burials and social mobilisation. Community engagement is key to successfully controllingoutbreaks. Raising awareness of risk factors for Ebola infection and protective measures (including vaccination) that individuals can take is an effective way to reduce human transmission. Risk reduction messaging should focus on several factors:
Since monkeys and apes bond their social groups through social grooming (and indeed we still do ourselves, in the adapted form of stroking and patting; Suvulehto et al., 2015), and since there is a direct linear relationship between social group size and the amount of time devoted to social grooming (Dunbar, 1991; Lehmann, Kortsjens, & Dunbar, 2007; Dunbar & Lehmann, 2013), this would have dramatically increased the demand for social time in a context where time budgets were already stretched to the limit (Bettridge, 2010). For fossil Homo sapiens, the time required to meet these demands would have exceeded the available 12-h tropical day by around 60 % (Dunbar, 2014a: figs. 5.2 and 5.3). In effect, the constraints of time created a glass ceilingFootnote 1 that would have prevented increases in community size beyond those characteristic of monkeys and apes (including the australopithecines; Bettridge, 2010).
Although laughter might have solved the rather modest bonding problem for early Homo ergaster/erectus populations by allowing the same amount of social time to be used more efficiently, it is clear that it cannot have solved the much greater problem faced by later archaic and modern humans after 500 ka with their much larger community sizes (Gowlett, Gamble, & Dunbar, 2012). At this point, something else was needed to break through this constraint and allow still larger social groups. The answer seems to be singing, or musical chorusing.
For those not familiar with the idiom, the metaphor of a glass ceiling refers to the fact that, while one might be able to see the way beyond, one is prevented from breaking through to these new pastures by constraints imposed by circumstances. In the present context, this refers mainly to the constraints imposed by time that can only be resolved by finding more efficient ways of doing things.
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