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En’dea S., Enrique, Ryan, Jenna W., Nicole(Jennifer), Tiaira It is viewed as typical for males to perform aggressive acts but difficult to imagine a women performing aggressive acts. Women and men are equally likely to be aggressive when provoked through insults or other means Gender-based aggression difference becomes minimal as both genders age. In aggressive acts in girls while boys engaging in the same act is seen as not a big deal. Society expects men to be more aggressive than females, despite the equality between them. Men/boys are more rewarded by their peers for overtly aggressive behavior. T/F There is no difference between rates of physical abuse towards a spouse in men and women. Short Answer Hannah goes to class and gets into a verbal altercation. She walks away upset and spends the rest of her day spreading rumors about the other party. This is to hurt her relationship with others.
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