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JOSEPH P. SANOPAO
INTRODUCTION TO RESEARCH
Yes, I can up with questions about school violence. Examples are the following:...
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Questions about school violence

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Questions about school violence

  1. 1. JOSEPH P. SANOPAO INTRODUCTION TO RESEARCH Yes, I can up with questions about school violence. Examples are the following: What type of violence is occurring? What are the consequences for school violence? What is the school doing to currently prevent violence? I will use The Ethological Theory. It explains the reasons of the animal aggressive behavior in the human being. Aggression is meant to be an innate reaction based in biologically adapted unconscious impulses that have been developed together with the species evolution. The purpose of the aggression is the individual’s survival and it is related with matters such as territory, hierarchy and selection. The ethnologists consider that the human being, in the evolutionary scale, has exceeded his own genetic scale and does not almost respond to these aggressive stimuli. As it happens with animals, this theory justifies the male’s tendency to higher levels of aggressiveness. Another theory e.i. Personality Theory, the violent behavior is based in personality constitutional traits, such as the absence of self-control and impulsivity, or the existence of cognitive deficits such as the difficulty of putting themselves in the place of the victim. From this perspective, it is considered that the personality factors determine or may sometimes increase the probability of the person to be involved in aggressive behaviors.

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