Aggression: a social learning analysis

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Bandura’s classic work applies social learning analysis to a broad range of aggressive phenomena including revolutions, urban strife, student protest movements, crime and delinquency, correctional systems, mass media effects, enforcement agencies, and individual forms of aggression. (1116 pgs)

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8 comments on “Aggression: a social learning analysis

  • rui Xavier Vieira says:

    Lisboa, Portugal:

    Violence is a topic of great interest in today’s society. Scientific contributions to desirable therapeutic interventions are desirable

  • Badhrinarayanan says:

    India:

    This particular topic is of interest to me. Thanks a lot for the free download.

  • Maria T Lymberis, MD says:

    United States:

    As a practicing psychoanalytically trained psychiatrist I see aggression as “RAW LIFE ENERGY”. I am very glad to see this work …. It will help us keep on working on the tough road of restructuring our social systems to meet our current needs… “COMMAND & CONTROL” have to be replaced by RESPECT & MINDFUL PROBLEM-SOLVING…Good choice THANKS MTL

  • Gisela Pinedo says:

    Venezuela:

    This book will be very useful in the process of review of academic research on the subject.

  • Jorge Cruz Seda says:

    Puerto Rico, USA:

    I have augmented my psychology library thanks to you and I have saved much money. I am just a poor psychologist that had to go bankrupt in PUERTO RICO.

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