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Aggression and Bullying. Aggression . Any action that is intended to injure, harm, or inflict pain on another living being or group Could be physical, or verbal hostility Eg . Yelling, road rage, child abuse, war Frustration  aggressive behaviour

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aggression
Aggression
  • Any action that is intended to injure, harm, or inflict pain on another living being or group
  • Could be physical, or verbal hostility
    • Eg. Yelling, road rage, child abuse, war
  • Frustration  aggressive behaviour
    • If you cant control frustration, you become aggressive.
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Aggression
  • Differential Association Theory –Individuals learn the values, attitudes, techniques and motives for criminal behaviour through the interaction with others.
    • i.e., aggression and violence are learned – you hang with criminals, you are a criminal
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Aggression
  • Dehumanization
  • Deprive people of human qualities
  • Makes it easier to commit crimes
    • Slavery dehumanizes slaves by making them property
bullying
Bullying
  • Overt or subtle forms of aggression. Can range from physical violence to rumours to harassment
  • Victim may develop anxiety, depression, suicide
  • Can be verbal (name calling), physical (hitting), social (exclusion from groups), theft, cyber
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Bullying
  • Cyberbullying – Bullying using technology. Eg., photos, webvideo
  • Different because it is 24/7, may be anonymous, easier for people to join in and bully