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Anti-Social Behaviour

Anti-Social Behaviour

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Anti-Social Behaviour

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  1. Anti-Social Behaviour

  2. To understand what constitutes anti-social behaviour • To understand the psychological definition of aggression and its causes. • To understand social learning theory and the work of Albert Bandura. Learning Objectives

  3. Anti-social behaviour is any behaviour that is disruptive or harmful to the wellbeing or property of another person or to the functioning of a group or society. • It typically involves actions that break laws, rules or social norms concerning personal and property rights of others. • At the core of many anti-social acts is aggression. Anti-Social Behaviour

  4. Behaviour is only identified as aggression when there is intent to harm, whether or not harm actually occurs. • Behaviour that accidentally harms is not considered aggression. • For example, throwing a cricket ball at someone’s head and missing is still aggression because of the intent to hurt. • However, accidentally hitting someone with the ball when they cut across in front of you is not aggression, even if it is more harmful. Aggression

  5. Backchatting’ a teacher you like when asked to be quiet when talking to a friend during the lesson • Punching your brother or sister in rage even though you usually get on well with them • Insulting a friend • Refusing to sit next to a stranger on the bus because you hate all people with their ethnic background • A hired assassin shooting to kill but missing • Feeling annoyed at the opponent who deliberately trips you during a basketball match • Giving someone a ‘dirty look’ • ‘Pushing and shoving’ in the school corridor ‘just because you felt like it’ • Starting a rumour about someone's family • Watching an extremely violent movie Is it Aggressive Behaviour?

  6. Why Are We Aggressive?

  7. 1. Psychodynamic Perspective

  8. 1. Psychodynamic Perspective

  9. 2. Ethological Perspective

  10. 3. Biological Perspective

  11. 4. Social Learning Perspective

  12. Bandura’s ‘Bobo Doll Experiment’ (1965)