Indirect and Direct Aggression

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Peter Lang, 2010 - Počet stran: 422
Indirect and Direct Aggression consists of 24 chapters written by distinguished scholars within the field of aggression research, covering indirect aggression, bullying in schools, adult bullying, and societal and biological aspects of aggression. Indirect aggression is the most typical form of aggression used by women in most cultures. It is an aggressive strategy that is carried out by means of social manipulation that enables the perpetrator to go unnoticed and thereby escape retaliation. Knowledge about indirect aggression and its mechanisms is crucial for all anti-bullying efforts, among children and adults alike. Although briefly covered in early research on human aggression, the study of indirect aggression originates, beginning from the mid-1980s, from a research group in Finland, lead by Professor Kaj Björkqvist of Åbo Akademi University. The book can be used as a textbook at university level.
 

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Female Intrasexual Competition and Indirect
17
Watching Mean on the Screen
33
The Gender Factor
43
The Role of Deficient and Harsh Parenting in the Development of Child
51
Which Is More Distressing?
69
The Form and Function of Female Aggression
85
The Mini Direct Indirect Aggression Inventory MiniDIA
103
Effects of Classroom Compo
115
Psychological Health Social SelfEsteem and Bullying Behaviour among
203
Parallel Hierarchy Role Stress
215
The Relationship between Workplace Bullying and Suicide in Ireland
239
A Cause for Concern
261
Attitudes and Percep
291
An Analysis of the Work Harassment Scale WHS with Victims of Bull
307
The Case
321
Aggression and Conflict Resolution among Females in Nomadic Band
345

A Perspective from the Outside
133
Pedagogical Strategies to Promote Empathy
143
Perceptions Attitudes and Experiences concerning Bullying and School
159
KiVa a Finnish Innovation to Tackle Bullying in Schools
171
A
185
Toward an Integrated Empirically Supported Theory of Intimate Partner
357
The Evolution of Aggression
377
Parentoffspring Conflicts in the Common Moorhen Gallinula chloropus
389
A Mouse Model
405
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The Editor: Karin Österman is Associate Professor of developmental psychology at Åbo Akademi University, Vasa (Finland), and Adjunct Professor of social psychology at the University of Helsinki (Finland).

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