The impulsive, spur the moment and unpredictable acts of enraged which often consider as resulting of violent crime. For example, if brutally assaults in kills operating on impulse and slashing out at victim actually without much consideration or planned strategy. Indirectly, the statement of gun control has been reinforcement and support. The reason is increased technology and availability of weapons, indirect influence the number of innocent people killed by mass murderers also increase dramatically the last ten years (Bratol, 1995). In violent man, Hans Toch (1969) theorizes that most violence can be match dealing with interpersonal relationship by well learned and systematic strategies of violence.
Psychodynamic approach to aggression One other way of explaining aggression is using the psychodynamic perspective. Psychoanalytic approach views aggression as innate. Sigmund Freud claims that human aggression is innate and it relates to the person and not the situation, and thereby making it unavoidable in human life (Glassman: 2004). Freud regarded that the drive for aggression was because of destructive energy within an individual. Freud also trusted that this destructive energy was expressed as aggression to others, and as well as self destructive actions.
Review of Literature 2.1.Background:abusive behaviors Over the past few decades, a growing number of Studies have been the contention that female perpetrate abuse at rates equal, or similar, to males (Dutton,et al.,2004;Straus, 1999). Findings are relatively consistent across dating, cohabitating, and marital relationships in community samples; though, there is some evidence to suggest young respondents (under 30 years) in dating relationships evidence higher rates of aggression,particularly by women (Sorenson,et al.,1996; Sommer,et al. 1992; Follingstad,et al. 1991). A review of the literature indicates that like , Women initiate abusive, women commit unilateral aggression (i.e., against non-abusive partners), sometimes of a
This information on cost-inflicting tactics and evolution are also unreliable as they are not tested and most of the research that Buss and Duntley (2011) used is all considered a predictor, or a partial cause of violence, with very little studies conducted showing that some of these adaptive problems can actually lead to intimate partner violence beyond a reasonable doubt. Finally, the information provided in this paper makes a valid point about how evolutionary biology does provide a good foundation and pairs well with psychological theories of intimate partner violence, regardless of the fact that a majority of the information discussed is
Stereotype concept affects men themselves by depriving them of their rights. Although women are and have been always a case of sexism, men should also be seen as victims of sexism. The gender might change, but sexism is always taking place and its the world’s responsibility to take an offensive action to
Women in Asia and Africa are the best example for this phenomenon. Therefore, this study will discuss violence against women including causes of violence against women, effects of violence against women, examples of countries where women suffer from violence and ways to overcome and avoid violence against women and ways to treat this problem. The paper will also discuss what people think about violence against women and whether if it is existed. In fact, many people think that violence against women is existed due to many factors. First, some men have inferior complex and they think that violence against women is justified for them in order to control women.
The evolutionary approach fails to explain why people show aggression towards their loved ones. (domestic violence, HBV, child abuse.) Hormones and Genes are another approach viewed as providing evidence that aggression is innate. Theorists argue that an increase in testosterone during puberty is linked to an increase in aggression and is mainly linked to males. Research has found adolescent boys and adult men with high testosterone levels to be prone to delinquency, hard drug use and aggressive responses to provocation (Archer,1991;Dabbs &Morris, 1990; Olweus et al., 1988).
As societal crime rate continues to escalate, the epidemic of homicides and mass murders remains a prevalent social problem. Thus, the emergence of serial killers has caused alarm among many criminologists and psychologists. Serial killers usually have an impulsive desire to kill for no particular reason, which makes it difficult for law enforcement and criminal professionals to understand their motives. Thus, the motives of serial killers have led to heated debates and challenged the nature vs. nurture theory. Many scientists believe that serial killers are genetically incline to commit murders, while criminologists associate violent crimes to childhood and surroundings.
As a result, society must become more aware of female sexual perpetrators, as many incidents of females assaulting both young men and women have gone unreported for some time. The following paper will focus specifically on why female sex offending is an important issue that the public must become more aware of. Historically, female perpetrators of sex offenses
Sexual harassment has the cumulative effect of eroding women's commitment to careers in male-dominated areas. Purpose of the Study It is clear that gender (Male/Female) based public harassment is pervasive as multiple negative effects on men/women and society. However, little attention has been directed towards this issue. This may be due in part to both men and women viewing harassment as either trivial or with a romanticized interpretation. Gardner (1995) reported that many men/women use a romanticized rhetoric in response to harassment.