Cross-cultural approaches to research on aggression and reconciliation

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Aggressiveness -- Cross-cultural studies -- Congr
StatementJ. Martín Ramirez and Deborah S. Richardson, editors
GenreCongresses
ContributionsMartín Ramírez, Jesús, Richardson, Deborah S.
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LC ClassificationsBF575.A3 I57 2000
The Physical Object
Paginationxiii, 248 p. ;
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Open LibraryOL17034724M
ISBN 101590330323

ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: xiii, pages ; 26 cm: Contents: Introduction / Seymour Feshbach --Theoretical Issues --Dynamic Social Impact Theory Predicts Regional Variation in, and the Development of Social Representations of, Aggression / Deborah S.

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Cross-Cultural Approaches to Research on Aggression and ReconciliationAuthor: J. Martin Ramirez, Deborah S. Richardson. All cultures develop mechanisms to regulate conflict and aggression [Chiu and Hong, ]. However, tolerance of conflict and aggression, as well.

Ramirez & Deborah R. Richardson (eds.) Cross-cultural Approaches to Aggression and Reconciliation. Huntington: NovaScience, () pp. Cultural and sex differences in aggression: a comparison between Japanese and Spanish students using two different inventories. Martin Ramirez, J.M.

Andreu & T. Fujihara, Aggressive Behavior, ( Cross-cultural Approaches to Aggression & Reconciliation () J. Martin Ramirez & Deborah Richardson (eds.) Neuroscience and Biobehavioural Reviews, vol.

30 (3) (). Richardson is co-author (with Robert A. Baron) of a leading textbook, Human Aggression, co-editor with J. Martin Ramirez of Cross Cultural Approaches to Research on Aggression and Reconciliation, author of several chapters on interpersonal aggression or personal relationships in textbooks or edited volumes, and author or co-author of over.

Cross-cultural approaches to research on aggression and reconciliation. Huntington, NY: Nova Science. Developmental Psychology A discussion of moral development and its relation to perpetrator behavior can be examined.

This article takes a human rights approach to analysing the phenomenon of school bullying and specifies which international human rights instruments are applicable to this violent problem.

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Scientists, academics and professionals dealing with any facet of aggression and its impact on our society will obtain in this book information about the complexity of this research field and the ways to approach our objective: eliminate aggression from the human behavioral repertoire.\/span>\"@ en\/a> ; \u00A0\u00A0\u00A0\n schema:description.

Reconciliation after conflicts: ethological analysis of post-conflict interactions in Kalmyk children. — In: Cross-cultural approaches to aggression and reconciliation (Ramirez J.

Richardson D. eds). Nova Science Huntington, New York p. Cited by: 2. Leading across cultures. Culture plays an increasingly vital role in the success and failure of international business.

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Huntington, NY: Nova Science. This edited text deals with a broad range of issues concerning aggression and reconciliation. It includes theoretical and methodological discussion concerning the study of aggression and reconciliations as well as a broad range of chapters.

Cross-cultural approaches to research on aggression and reconciliation / J. Martín Ramirez and Deborah S. Richardson, editors. BF A3 I57 Intermittent explosive disorder: etiology, assessment, and treatment / edited by Emil F. Coccaro, Michael S. McCloskey. The chapter also outlines the longitudinal evidence of the impact of the research, with teachers and students describing a change in the culture of the school, so that after the project girls being bullied felt empowered to act, and in particular, to seek help from teachers and students who had been involved in the : Bruce Burton, Margret Lepp, Morag Morrison, John O’Toole.

Cross-cultural approaches to research on aggression and reconciliation / J. Martín Ramirez and Deborah S. Richardson, editors. BF A3 I57 Personality characteristics of violent offenders and suicidal individuals / by Liisa Järvinen.

This book is a training of trainers manual that uses and broadens the theories of conflict resolution and reconciliation provided in Working for Reconciliation: A Caritas Handbook.

This manual uses a participatory and interactive training methodology which requires that training participants are actively : Mark Robison. Cross-Cultural Findings on the Ways People Deal with Conflict. In J. Martin Ramirez & Deborah Richardson (Eds.): Cross-Cultural Approaches to Aggression and Reconciliation.

Fry, Douglas P. Conflict Resolution: Cross-Cultural Perspectives (Book Review). National Science Foundation Research Grant: “A Cross-Cultural Study. Comparative Psychobiology of Aggression () Orlando Gutierrez (ed.) Violence. Some Alternatives () J. Martin Ramirez (ed.) Neuropsiquiatría de la Conducta Agresiva () J.

Martin Ramirez & Hector Peñaloza (eds.) Cross-cultural Approaches to Aggression and Reconciliation () J. Martin Ramirez & Deborah Richardson (eds. Forgiveness and reconciliation in this context are therefore about shifting and even transforming people’s attitudes, prejudices, and perceptions about the “other.” Forgiveness isn’t an act of kindness born out of the victim’s generosity, but rather a re-humanizing gift emphasizing the humanity of the perpetrator.

Cross-cultural research suggests that sibling relationships may be less conflictual in cultures with where roles of older and younger sisters and brothers are prescribed (e.g., Nuckolls, ).

Given these varied patterns, understanding the etiology and developmental trajectory of sibling rivalry separate from sibling conflict is an important Cited by: This comprehensive book is a compendium of most research approaches that are currently taking place in the field of aggression, focusing on the interventions to control and prevent this behavior and the impact on its victims.

Proceedings of the XIV World Meeting of the International Society for the Research on Aggression: Prevention and Control of Aggression and the Impact on its Victims, held in July, in Valencia, Spain. Aggression is an aspect of. Guest Editor of a special issue on Relationship between the Brain and Aggression.

Neuroscience and Biobehavioural Reviews, 30 (3) J. Martin Ramirez (ed.) Aggression. A multiphaceted phenomenon. Madrid: UCM/Centreur: J. Martin Ramirez: Cross-cultural approaches to aggression and reconciliation.

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Huntington: Nova Science. Cross-cultural Approaches to Aggression and Reconciliation () J. Martin Ramirez & Deborah Richardson (eds.) Neuroscience and Biobehavioural Reviews () J. Martin Ramirez (ed.) Aggression and Terrorism (in press) J.

Martin Ramirez (ed.) Interdisciplinary Analyses of Terrorism (in press). National Science Foundation Research Grant: “A Cross-Cultural Study of Conflict Prevention, Resolution, and Reconciliation” () National Science Foundation Research Grant: “Patterns of Dealing with Conflict and Aggression in Finnish Families and Society” (SBR).

A Meta-analysis of Cultural Differences in Revenge and Forgiveness When conflict and offense occur, the wronged party might choose to seek revenge against the perpetrator(s) or to forgive the offense.

Revenge is the act of retaliating against a person orAuthor: Rachelle Evelyn Lennon. The handbook of cross-cultural management research Thousand Oaks, CA: SAGE Publications, Inc. doi: / Smith, Peter B., Mark F. Peterson and David C. Thomas The Handbook of Cross-Cultural Management Research.

This eclectic cast of authors approaches four main topics intimately related to aggression: conflict, violence, book, doing research, and writing chapters. Several phases of editing were Dr.

Ramírez has studied aggression from a cross-cultural prospective in many countries throughout the world (Europe, China, Iran. Conflict resolution is conceptualized as the methods and processes involved in facilitating the peaceful ending of conflict and ted group members attempt to resolve group conflicts by actively communicating information about their conflicting motives or ideologies to the rest of group (e.g., intentions; reasons for holding certain beliefs) and by engaging in collective.

We investigated the pleasurability of aggressive behavioral decisions. Four questionnaires (on hedonicity, decision making, justification of aggression, and impulsiveness) were given to 50 participants of both sexes, ranging from 16 to 80 years old.

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Martin Ramirez & Deborah Richardson (eds.) Research on Aggression (ISRA), University of Central Lancashire It has just published the book by John Horgan “The.This book is the first to bring together recent findings in one place and present a solid industrial/organizational research perspective on this complex area of inquiry.

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