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How Men and Women Experience Aggression Differently.

After researching and writing about girl gangs, psychologist and criminologist Anne Campbell decided to tackle the question of why men commit the majority of violent crimes. In her book "Men, Women and Aggression" (Basic Books), Campbell says the key lies in what men and women think their own aggression means: control, or loss of control?


Other segments from the episode on July 13, 1993

Fresh Air with Terry Gross, July 13, 1993: Interview with Helen Prejean; Interview with Anne Campbell; Review of the album "The Who's Tommy."


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