Why They Do It: Beliefs & Emotional Gratification Lead to Violence

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Beliefs and emotional gratification are core issues in violent acts. Other explanations such as mental illness and being victims themselves take second place to belief systems. Through case studies, the author shows how beliefs and gratification are central to understanding and preventing violence
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About Jane Gilgun

I like to laugh. I like witty people. When I'm not writing, riding my horses, or working in my garden, I'm a professor, School of Social Work, University of Minnesota, Twin Cities, USA.

I write children's books, poetry, books on children with special needs, and books on many other topics based on research I have done for many years. I also comment on public events.

My writings are available on Amazon Kindle, iBooks, smashwords.com, scribd.com, createspace, and many other ebooksellers.

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Review by: Rori O'Keeffe on Nov. 04, 2014 :
Thank you for the information. We have to break the cycle by acknowledging that our cherished way of life creates the circumstances that feed violence.
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