Journal of Aggression, Conflict and Peace Research
Issue(s) available: 57 – From Volume: 1 Issue: 1, to Volume: 15 Issue: 3
Media and ethical issues in terrorism reporting and the security implication in NigeriaOluwafemi David Bodunde, Goodluck Tamaramieye Layefa, Joseph Kehinde Fasae
This paper aims to investigate the relationship between media reporting and violent extremism to explain the ethical and security issues emanating from it in Nigeria.
Self-defence against Fulani herders’ aggression: a demand for licenced firearms in Plateau state, NigeriaAdamu Gayus Kasa, Matthew E. Egharevba, Ajibade E. Jegede
This study aims to investigate the clamour by the people of Plateau State, Nigeria, for more licences to bear firearms for self-defence because of the continuous failure…
The effect of exposure to armed conflict on depression as mediated by physical punishment: a study among Nigerian adolescentsAnthony Sopuruchi Anih, Patrik Alexander Söderberg, Kaj Björkqvist
This study aims to examine the relationship between exposure to the Fulani herdsmen attacks among Igbo adolescents in Southeastern Nigeria and depression. Although…
Peace and war themes in canonical poems included in literature anthologies for junior high schools in IsraelSara Zamir
The purpose of this research was to study the manifestation of peace and war in the poems included in the new literature curriculum for the junior high school students in Israel.
“On becoming a peacebuilder”: narratives of the Grade 10 learnersRodgen Marginado Jabor
The purpose of this paper is to examine how learners view peace and their role in peacebuilding. Peace is widely perceived as the absence of war and violence (Castro and…
Does emotional labor affect nurses suffering from workplace violence? A moderated mediation modelHakan Erkutlu, Jamel Chafra, Hatice Ucak, Rahsan Kolutek
This paper aims to investigate the relationship between emotional labor and workplace violence based on the social exchange theory. Drawing on the social exchange theory…
Bosnian Americans: transmission of trauma between generationsAhmet Emre Dikyurt
There have been a plethora of social science studies of diasporas and immigrants in the USA. Research on Bosnian-Americans, however, has been relatively sparse. The…
Aggression in schizophrenia, bipolar and major depression disorderMohammad Javad Najafzadeh, Sadra Ghazanfari Pour, Parisa Divsalar
The risk of aggression is higher among people with psychiatric disorders. This study aims to determine the association of aggression with schizophrenia, bipolar disorder…
Peer victimization and eating behaviors in college students: the mediating role of perceived stressLisa H. Rosen, Shannon Scott, Briana E. Paulman
This study aims to examine whether peer victimization predicted disordered eating behaviors during emerging adulthood, and if this relationship was mediated by perceived stress.
The pandemic did not interrupt LA’s violence interruptersJiaoying Ren, Karina Santoso, David Hyde, Andrea L. Bertozzi, P. Jeffrey Brantingham
The impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on crime has been highly variable. One possible source of variation runs indirectly through the impact that the pandemic had on groups…
Suicide, gender and socio-economic factors: a panel study of 79 counties in the Slovak RepublicJakub Harman, Eva Rievajová
The purpose of this paper is to explore the relationship between suicide rates broken down by gender and socio-economic factors in the Slovak Republic.
Tales of woe: farmers–herders conflict and victimisation experiences in NigeriaPius Enechojo Adejoh, Omobolanle Gift Amaike, Augustine Okechuchwu Agugua, Gafar Femi Olowu, Sofiat Busari-Akinbode
This paper aims to examine the victimisation experiences of farmers, herders and community members within the context of the persistent conflict between farmers and…
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