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Are Humans Naturally Violent? A Scientist and a Teacher Debate

Are Humans Naturally Violent? A Scientist and a Teacher Debate

Update: 2020-08-11
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If you watch the news, read the paper, or just browse Twitter; you will undoubtedly find some coverage of protests, riots, crime, and other acts of violence. With all of the current tensions and issues in our country and decades long violence in other parts of the world, Lauren and I look to answer the question: are humans violent by nature? This topic will be broken up over two weeks. This week we discuss our thoughts and feelings based on anecdotal evidence and history while next week will be more research driven. We do not discuss any acts of violence in detail but we do make reference to violence as a whole. Use the links below to connect with us on social media and let us know your thoughts on the topic!


Link to Episode Transcript: https://www.justnascience.com/show-notes/episode-41-are-humans-violent-part-1



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Are Humans Naturally Violent? A Scientist and a Teacher Debate

Are Humans Naturally Violent? A Scientist and a Teacher Debate

Lauren Mattina, MS.Ed and Nicholas Volpe, MS