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3. Conceptual framework, Part Three: Ecocultural context and individual experience . Prior reinforcements for aggressive and protoaggressive responses . Prior opportunities to learn how, when to aggress through emulation of models . Opportunities to learn alternatives to aggression Individual Experiences 5. Availability of models 4. Child-rearing emphases Sanctions for/against aggression 3. Cultural norms for conflict-resolution 2. Probability of frustration 1. Probability of conflicts over resources Ecocultural Context 28 Aggression in Global Perspective have called protoaggressive responses.
Bandura, 1971) to which the editors of this volume, along with many other students of aggression, subscribe. As will be noted in our chapter on the United States, social learning therapy has proved very useful to American students of aggression. We believe that it is universally useful. Some of the variations in aggression described in this volume are best understood in terms of differential availability of aggressive models. Clearly, societies vary in the availability of models for aggressive behavior, as well as for alternatives to aggression as means for conflict resolution.
Aggression in Global Perspective by Arnold P. Goldstein