Aggression and Violence: Social Interactionist Perspectives
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Aggression and Violence presents theoretical issues related to the "social interactionist approach" to aggression and violence. Situational and interpersonal factors that lead people to use coercion against one another are the focus of this timely publication.
Aggression and Violence examines common elements in the study of conflict, social power and influence, aggression, violence, and crime. The volume includes contributions from a distinguished group of criminologists, sociologists, and social psychologists. These scholars discuss the use of aggression as a method of social influence, as an expression of grievances, and as an attempt to maintain and enhance desired identities.