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Aggression: A Social Learning Analysis (The Prentice-Hall Series in Social Learning Theory)

by Albert Bandura

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This book is concerned with why man aggresses. There are several reasons for addressing this issue, despite the great deal of attention that has already been devoted to it. Although aggression pervades our lives, few concerted efforts have been made to substantiate its causes or to devise constructive ways of reducing the level of societal violence.… (more)
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Albert Bandura is classic psychological researcher in area of aggression and this is his classic text. Must have for the social science library. ( )
  atufft | Jul 27, 2019 |
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This book is concerned with why man aggresses. There are several reasons for addressing this issue, despite the great deal of attention that has already been devoted to it. Although aggression pervades our lives, few concerted efforts have been made to substantiate its causes or to devise constructive ways of reducing the level of societal violence.

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