Ch 23+28 - Conflict Resolution Aggression and Violence |...

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Conflict Resolution Aggression and Violence || Culture and Conflict Presented by: Christine Mach, Carol Lo & Alison Dadia
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Aggression and Violence Chapter 23 Presented by: Carol Lo
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Forms of Aggression and Violence
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Aggression and Violence in Society Origins of aggression: result of nature or nurture? Aggression: “Any form of behavior directed toward the goal of harming or injuring another living being who is motivated to avoid such treatment.” (Baron, 1977, p.7) Present at every level of society (ex: matryoshka dolls)
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The Nested Model
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Theories of Aggression and Violence
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Moral Theories of Aggression and Violence Deutsch’s Theory of Interdependence and Psychological Orientation Morals are the norms, rights, entitlements, obligations, responsibilities, and duties that guide our behavior with others and shape our sense of fairness. (Moral reasoning and judgment, moral exclusion, structural violence)
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The Resolution Since individuals live in social settings that influence their
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