The norm of reciprocity is the social expectation that people will respond to each other in kind—returning benefits for benefits, and responding with either indifference or hostility to harms."
We have to do with this norm every day with all people in our life, and I was thinking which functions are involved in such terms of behaviour.
For example, a lot of people are really responding in reciprocity, both in small thing (example: my friend doesn't help me when I need, so now I don't help him) or in big social/political terms.
On the other hand, a lot of people (at least to some extent) don't modify their behaviour, and they are more true (in good or bad) to their beliefs. For example, one of my friends said to me "I help him even if he didn't help me, because it's what I am and feel, and I don't go by what other people act".
So, I would ask which funtions are mainly involved in this behaviour?
Does Fe is more like to go with reciprocity and Fi follow only their our beliefs, maybe?
How the objective Ti act? And Te?