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Bram Constandt, Els De Waegeneer and Annick Willem

, L.M. ( 2007 ). Aggressive behavior in professional ice hockey: A cross-cultural comparison of North American and European born NHL players . Psychology of Sport and Exercise , 8 ( 4 ), 567 – 583 . doi:10.1016/j.psychsport.2006.06.006 10.1016/j.psychsport.2006.06.006 Giessner , S. , & van

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Jamie Cleland, Stacey Pope and John Williams

women and what defines the former’s superiority. Those women who enact characteristics associated with “hegemonic masculinity”—for example, by exhibiting sexual desire for other women, being promiscuous, sexually inaccessible, or showing aggressive behavior—are necessarily labeled as performing “pariah

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Yongjin Hwang, Khalid Ballouli, Kevin So and Bob Heere

.J. , & Baldassaro , R. ( 2007 ). Longer you play, the more hostile you feel: Examination of first person shooter video games and aggression during video game play . Aggressive Behavior, 33 ( 6 ), 486 – 497 . PubMed doi:10.1002/ab.20227 10.1002/ab.20227 Cauberghe , V. , & De Pelsmacker , P. ( 2010

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Brendan O’Hallarn, Stephen L. Shapiro, Marion E. Hambrick, D.E. Wittkower, Lynn Ridinger and Craig A. Morehead

are disinclined to do so. They cited aggressive behavior by Twitter users, the difficulty of debate because of the brevity of the posts, and a desire to use the platform passively, to “see what everyone else is saying.” These responses speak to two of the inhibitors to public sphere-like debate