Violence: From Biology to Society JAMES S., ED. GRISOLIA

ISBN: 9780444825728

Published: January 1st 1997

Hardcover

287 pages


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Violence: From Biology to Society  by  JAMES S., ED. GRISOLIA

Violence: From Biology to Society by JAMES S., ED. GRISOLIA
January 1st 1997 | Hardcover | PDF, EPUB, FB2, DjVu, talking book, mp3, RTF | 287 pages | ISBN: 9780444825728 | 7.79 Mb

Hardbound. In the 70s, research on biological bases of violence was repudiated on ideological grounds. Now, fresh insights on the biology of violence, including research on brain injury, ethology and genetic defects which cause violent behaviourMoreHardbound. In the 70s, research on biological bases of violence was repudiated on ideological grounds. Now, fresh insights on the biology of violence, including research on brain injury, ethology and genetic defects which cause violent behaviour both in animals and humans, force reappraisal of biological foundations for some violent behaviour.

This new work is reviewed, and critiqued from ethical and historical perspectives.In this volume case studies are discussed, including American inner cities, narcoterrorism, Northern Ireland and Basqueterrorism. Epidemiology, anthropology and sociology perspectives include international studies of homicide rates, of the impact of television, effects of alcohol, impact on survivors, and evolving changes in international warfare.This volume begins a fresh integration of biological, psychological and cultural perspectives on violence.

This broad perspective will interest psychiatrists, psychologists, neurologist



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