The many suggestions and questions that the reading of the analysis proposed by the authors raise it seems that, in this perspective, forcing a return to the starting point reflexively, and in particular in examining the complexity of the relationship between violent behavior and gender. Two dates are particularly interesting in this regard. The first is a trend overlapping universes of language, even in similar rates of "conceptual adequacy," that males and females use to represent the different forms it may take violent behavior. The second is the feeling of security related to the frequency with which individuals claim to be victims of violent behavior, whether at home or at school: higher in males than in females. These results would seem to highlight a limited identification with the stiff opposition of roles and positions (vs. male aggressor. Female victim) that the very idea of "gender violence", in turn, heavily exposed to the risk of stereotyping, would be assumed. And this especially when it investigates violent behavior in its various forms of sexual violence and not circoscrivendolo where, significantly, are mostly males to propose a more correct in the conceptual and cognitive expression itself.
|Titolo tradotto del contributo||[Autom. eng. transl.] Violent behavior and self-failure|
|Titolo della pubblicazione ospite||Volere o violare? La percezione della violenza di genere negli adolescenti: stereotipi e processi di legittimazione|
|Numero di pagine||5|
|Stato di pubblicazione||Pubblicato - 2008|
- Comportamento violento