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Definitions
· HOSTILE (REACTIVE)
· This is the type that needs to be eliminated from sport. The prime
motive is too harm an opponent and cause an injury. This aggression
is outside the rules of the game and involves anger!
· INSTRUMENTAL (CHANNELLED)
· This is within the rules and although the motive is to be successful
at the skill, there is an intent to harm. E.g. a rugby league player
will run hard at the defence to break the tackles, the secondary
aim is to harm enough so that the defender may be a little
reluctant to tackle next time. Anger is not evident.
· ASSERTIVE BEHAVIOUR
· This does not intend to harm and is strictly within the rules of the
game. It is argued that its not a form of aggression. It involves
completing the skill successfully e.g. dribbling the ball through a
group of players on a basketball court, this is assertive, not
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Factors Causing Aggression
· The nature of the game e.g. ice hockey
· Frustration at poor performance
· Being on the losing team when there is a
wide gap to win
· Playing in a game where there is previous ill
feeling
· Retaliation to an incident
· Actual or perceived unfairness during play…read more

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Theories of Aggression
· Instinct theory
· Social learning theory
· Interactionist theory :
1) Frustration aggression hypothesis
2) Aggression Cue hypothesis…read more

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Instinct Theory
· FREUD, ORIGINALLY BUT EXTENDED BY
LORENZ IN 1966.
· THIS THOERY STATES THAT AGGRESSION
IS GENETICALLY INHERITED AND THAT A
TRAIT OF VIOLENCE LIES WITHIN
EVERYONE. FREUD CALLED THIS INNATE
CHARACTERISTIC THE `DEATH INSTINCT'
· LORENZ BELIEVED AGGRESSIVE ENERGY
IS ALWAYS BUILDING UP AND NEEDS TO
BE REALEASED!…read more

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Social Learning Theory
· Bandura (1966) this is the theory
does not believe that aggression is
biologically based, but is developed
through environmental forces. They
believe it is learned through watching
others.…read more

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