The Roots of Violence
by The Glendon Association
This remarkable video offers penetrating insight into the psychological causes of violence by examining the perspectives of violent offenders, evoking possibilities for more effective prevention efforts.

Part of the 2-Video Series: The Voices of Violence
In Part One of The Voices of Violence Series, ten experts elucidate the root causes of violent behavior. They offer a probing look into the unsettling childhood experiences of violent offenders, examining the disturbed parent-child attachment styles, destructive thought processes, and distorted social perceptions that underlie violence. In addition to the expert commentary, riveting interviews with both incarcerated and rehabilitated offenders offer direct insight into the thinking that led to violent crimes.

Received an Honorable Mention at the Columbus Film Council Chris Awards.

Save on the 2-Video Series: The Voices of Violence
In Depth
Specs
Bios
CE Test
From watching this video, you will be able to:

• Describe the features of insecure attachment styles
• Understand the link between insecure attachment and violent behavior
• Explain the connection between violent and self-destructive behavior
• Conceptualize the social perspective of violent offenders

The Roots of Violence received an Honorable Mention at the

Length of video: 00:58:45

Number of Discs: 1

English subtitles available on: Stream, DVD

This DVD plays in All Regions

Individual ISBN-10 #: 1-60124-269-7

Group ISBN-10 #: 1-60124-270-0

The Glendon Association publishes books, videos, and articles, performs research and conducts workshops in its mission to save lives and help people create more meaningful lives by addressing the social problems of suicide, child abuse, violence, and troubled interpersonal relationships.

See all videos by The Glendon Association.



CE credits: 1

Learning Objectives:

  • Describe the features of insecure attachment styles
  • Understand the link between insecure attachment and violent behavior
  • Explain the connection between violent and self-destructive behavior
  • Conceptualize the social perspective of violent offenders
You May Also Like…