Violence in Society
All over the world there is and has been, for as long as we can remember, violence between nations, organizations and individual peoples. Violence of human beings comes in all sorts of ways and images. Violence: acts of aggression in extreme cases such as assault/harassment, rape, and murder. It is the act of purposely bringing harm to another being. Aggression can come suddenly, or gradually grow in situations, but all ends up as a form of adrenaline and an extra push in the direction of violence. Maybe individuals are aggressive out of instinct- for defending or protecting- maybe it’s a search for vengeance or maybe simply because he/she are evildoers. But people don’t just become evildoers, there are things, events, spots in their history line (even the smallest occurrences can affect the way a person is or thinks) that have caused them to become or act as they do. Aggression, in a word, grows on people. Ever since a very young age, people are exposed to aggression in one way or another; if they are exposed too much, then it may cause damage. Some can handle more damage than others; this is a mental or genetic inheritance. Meaning, if two young and unrelated men were taken out of the same or very similar environment, if they were raised the same way and each with the same amount of exposure, one would most likely take on more or less mental damage than the other. Theoretically, this is inherited through the parents or genes carried by generations of that family. This theory developed from the idea/debate of Nature vs. Nurture. These are certain aspects of behavior being a product of either genetically inherited (nature) or learned and developed characteristics (nurture). Violence of warfare is written on the soldiers who come home and on the families torn from their loved ones. War has been going on all throughout our written history, and far before. War between countries, nations, city-states, empires & whatever other type of...
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