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206. Sociocultural Theories of Violence

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This Psychology Factsheet explores and evaluates the sociocultural approach to understanding violent behaviour. It reviews theories of violence and describes relevant research. Guidance is given on writing effective examination answers and the terms in bold are explained in the glossary. You will also be able to test your knowledge in exam-style questions.

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April 2017

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ISSN: 1351-5136

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