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Posts Tagged ‘ violence ’

IS THE MALE OR FEMALE BRAIN MORE VULNERABLE TO TRIGGERS OF VIOLENT BEHAVIOR?

February 7, 2014
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IS THE MALE OR FEMALE BRAIN MORE VULNERABLE TO TRIGGERS OF VIOLENT BEHAVIOR? New Rochelle, NY, February 5, 2014—Human behaviors such as violence depend on interactions in the brain between genetic and environmental factors. An person may be more vulnerable to developing violent behaviors if they have predisposing factors and are then exposed to...
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Posted in Domestic Abuse/Violence, Sex Differences | 4 Comments »

NCFM PR Director, J. Steven Svoboda, Esq. book review — Gender Inclusive: Essays on violence, men, and feminist international relations

November 6, 2013
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Gender Inclusive: Essays on violence, men, and feminist international relations. By Adam Jones. New York: Routledge, 2009. 313 pp. www.routledge.com. No price printed on book but website gives price as $140. Available at Amazon for $47. Routledge has published a book-length collection of his essays on gender and genocide by Gendercide Watch Executive Director...
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Posted in Action, Activism, Discrimination Men by Men, Feminism, Gendercide, Human Rights, Steven Svoboda, Esq. | No Comments »

Neuro News: Genetics, Sociopaths, and DV

May 23, 2011
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By Robert Yourell They say that children exposed to violence grow up to be violent. Well, that’s the impression from some headlines and little articles about the state of the research. Unfortunately, that’s a gross generalization that could be harmful. Do we love stereotypes or what? Researchers, if candid, will tell you that, although...
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Posted in Discrimination Against Men, Domestic Abuse/Violence, Health Children, Health Men, Health Women, Radical, Supremist, Victim Mentality | 1 Comment »