Is It a Fight or Are They Just Drunk? Attributions about Drunken Behaviour in a Hypothetical Male-to-Male Aggression Scenario

This paper examines the excuse-value of alcohol in a hypothetical provoked male-to-male violence scenario. There are two main questions. Does intoxication result in decreased blame? Does intoxication lessen the propensity to call the police?

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Published in:Journal of Scandinavian studies in criminology and crime prevention
Main Author: Tryggvesson, Kalle
Contributors: Bullock, Sandra L. (Author)
Format: Electronic/Print Article
Language:English
Published: 2006
In:Journal of Scandinavian studies in criminology and crime prevention
Year: 2006, Volume: 7, Issue: 1, Pages: 61-77
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Summary:This paper examines the excuse-value of alcohol in a hypothetical provoked male-to-male violence scenario. There are two main questions. Does intoxication result in decreased blame? Does intoxication lessen the propensity to call the police?
ISSN:1404-3858