In resource capture there is food for calories and protected territory for hunting and gathering. Who needs it when a day's office work can provide a week's good food and the problem is obesity, not hunger? Most of us don't have neighbours who will kill us, steal our cattle, burn our fields, rape or kill our spouses. We don't bother to put up fences around our homes and stone walls around our towns. Men and women don't need to divide the survival tasks up by hunt/fight and gather/care but our baked-in nature still does.
The etiquette of civilization is going obsolete as the tasks of civilization shrink, are delegated to specialists or simply passed onto software and automated devices. The near future brings loss and unexpected change, though rewards will accelerate for many. Our baked in human nature can't keep up but our tech-driven potential will surge, with or without us. We're coming up on a world with many surplus but nonetheless well-fed and fairly content people on the sidelines of life.