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Journal cover: Journal of Aggression, Conflict and Peace Research

Journal of Aggression, Conflict and Peace Research

ISSN: 1759-6599

Online from: 2009

Subject Area: Health and Social Care

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Volume 3 issue 4

Published: 2011, Start page: p185

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1959389 Reducing workplace violence by creating healthy workplace environments
Bob Bowen, Michael R. Privitera, Vaughan Bowie (pp. 185 - 198)
Keywords: Positive behaviour support, Violence, Workplace, Workplace incivility
Article type: Research paper
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1959459 IFAS paper: a qualitative investigation into beliefs about aggression in an Indian sample
VanLal Thanzami, John Archer, Cath Sullivan (pp. 199 - 209)
Keywords: Aggression, Beliefs, Collectivist culture, Gender roles, Instrumental and expressive beliefs, Self-control, Shame
Article type: Research paper
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1959333 Perceptions of bullying-like phenomena in South Korea: a qualitative approach from a lifespan perspective
Seungha Lee, Peter K. Smith, Claire P. Monks (pp. 210 - 221)
Keywords: Age differences, Aggression, Attitudes, Bullying, South Korea, Wang-ta
Article type: Research paper
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1959467 Blame and fault attributions in sexual violence: are these distinct?
Irina Anderson, Helena Bissell (pp. 222 - 229)
Keywords: Blame, Fault, Gender, Rape, Sexual behaviour, Violence
Article type: Research paper
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1959359 Exploring criminogenic need through victim apology letters II: an IPA analysis of post-treatment accounts of offending against children
Simon Duff (pp. 230 - 242)
Keywords: Children (age groups), Criminogenic need, Interpretative Phenomenological Analysis, Personal needs, Pro-social needs, Victim apology letters
Article type: Research paper
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1959348 Editorial
Jane L. Ireland, Nicola Graham-Kevan, Michelle Davies and Douglas P. Fry
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