Does the return on your investment using the rule of reciprocity ALWAYS come from the person your originally gave to?

Does the return on your investment using the rule of reciprocity ALWAYS come from the person your originally gave to?

 

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The Rule of Reciprocity firmly states that we are all bound — even driven — to repay debts of all kinds. Someone does something for you. Then you feel obligated to repay. It’s an almost automatic reaction.

For example: You’re mailing invitations for a party and decide to invite that couple down the street. You don’t like them. You don’t really want them at your party. However, they invited you to their party four months ago, so you feel compelled to invite them to yours.

Reciprocity is at work in all these examples. When one person does something for another, that other person senses that a debt is owed and is compelled to repay. so yes reprocity always come from person you originally gave to

Asked on February 15, 2018 in economics.
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