An unjust or unwarranted exertion of force or power, as against rights or laws is known as violence. People are often confronted with feelings of disappointment, frustration and anger as they interact with government officials, co-workers, family and even fellow commuters. Most can control their actions to the extent that relatively few of these interactions end in violence.Violence has many causes, including frustration, exposure to violent media, violence in the home or neighborhood and a tendency to see other people's actions as hostile even when they're not. Certain situations also increase the risk of aggression, such as drinking, insults and other provocations and environmental factors like heat and overcrowding.
Related Journals of Violence
Trauma & Treatment, Journal of Pain & Relief, Brain Disorders & Therapy, Emergency Medicine: Open Access, Oral Health and Dental Management, Journal of Family Violence, Journal of Interpersonal Violence, Journal of School Violence, Psychology of Violence, Terrorism and Political Violence, Trauma, violence & abuse, Violence Against Women
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Jan 01, 1970
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