Table of contents:
- WHEN A TEEN IS AGGRESSIVE
- KNIGHTS OF THE PAPER SHIELD
- IN THE POINT OF BOILING
- ORDERED A FIGHT?
- WHILE SOCIETY PLAYS DOOM
Video: Where Does Aggression Come From - Society
Each person has faced aggression at least once in his life (and residents of large cities - almost daily). At any moment we can be pushed, fooled, and even hit. In addition to fair anger, such behavior causes a desire to figure out what could be the reasons for the aggression in the people around us? Most often we attribute this to a lack of culture and upbringing. But it's not that simple. We have selected articles for you that reveal different sides of this phenomenon.
WHEN A TEEN IS AGGRESSIVE
The level of aggression and the ability to withstand it depends on what happened in childhood: from relationships with parents, from real and fantasy trauma. A teenager will not drink, beat up classmates if he had an example before his eyes of how to express and redirect aggression.
KNIGHTS OF THE PAPER SHIELD
We are used to thinking of aggression as negative. However, without it, it is impossible to defend your borders, rights and security. It is aggression that becomes our weapon in a situation of threat and fear. But sometimes we feel that irritation begins to overwhelm us. How to find its source and return it to normal "boundaries" and "volume"?
IN THE POINT OF BOILING
The level of aggressiveness in modern society can be judged by the number of negative comments on neutral news. One gets the impression that the cauldron of discontent is boiling and is about to explode. In the meantime, we regularly observe outbursts of rage - as if, having thrown out anger into the space of the World Wide Web, a person is relieved. So why so much aggression?
ORDERED A FIGHT?
Until the middle of the 20th century, the boundaries of the norm were fundamentally different. So, for example, the concept of "violence" did not exist in relation to women, especially in traditional families ("beats - it means loves"), and children: "Save the rod - spoil the child!" - taught by English teachers.
WHILE SOCIETY PLAYS DOOM
The determinants of aggressive behavior have not changed over the years - these are upbringing in problem families, and the response to experienced violence, and social dissatisfaction, and response, and incitement, and personal predisposition, and exposure to psychotropic substances, and even the state of the environment. The stressful situation is especially heightened in megacities.