By Arnold P. Goldstein
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Clearly, societies vary in the availability of models for aggressive behavior, as well as for alternatives to aggression as means for conflict resolution. This variation, like variations in child-rearing emphases, sets the stage for different individual experiences, particularly during childhood. 3, as deriving from cultural context variables. 3, the experiences of individuals occur in cultural contexts and are shaped by them. Some of these culturally-shaped individual experiences are singled out for special attention because they bear directly on aggression.
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Aggression in Global Perspective by Arnold P. Goldstein