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Are males more violent than females, what research method.?

Are males more violent than females, what research method.? Topic: Data research methods
July 15, 2019 / By Tricia
Question: are males more violent than females, what research method or methods (data collection method) would you use and why?
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Salli Salli | 1 day ago
It's all biological, simply because a male has more of the hormone testosterone, which biologically does make them more aggressive. Of course, there's differences between every man and women too have levels of testosterone, but in much lower amounts. It's all biology.
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Salli Originally Answered: Why do females make more than males?
From your post: "Given that women are outpacing men in educational attainment, and that our economy is increasingly geared toward knowledge-based jobs, it makes sense that women's earnings are going up compared to men's." Apparently it's because we're smarter than you.
Salli Originally Answered: Why do females make more than males?
Most don't if they have the same job as the men. My wife just created a chit storm at her company for pointing a guy with the same job makes more than she does.
Salli Originally Answered: Why do females make more than males?
Decades of progressive liberalism They also work less hours, in less dangerous jobs, have less injuries and fatalities at work, take time off for having children, and have suffered less unemployment than males. This is what progressive liberalism does. It invents a victim (women) and then punishes someone (men) supposedly responsible for the victim's condition.

Nicole Nicole
this seems like where i would say "do your own homework, kid" but if its not, SORRY! um... take a video camera and a friend with you... go around town pissing people off and see who resorts to violence first on average. should be fun
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Nicole Originally Answered: White males and females only.?
yeah, I dislike the fact that on application forms, i have to specify my racial background. I dont understand why they need this information, if i'm the right person for the job, pick me, even if i'm purple coloured, pick me damnit!
Nicole Originally Answered: White males and females only.?
No, never. I admimently believe I'm discriminated against when I look like s hit as opposed to when I'm all dolled up and sexy, though. And, in responce to the answer to up from me, the girl must have: a. been in a very racist sect of new york or b. out of her mind. My high school had a very diverse racial population. I have never, ever presumed any black male to purposely humiliate me. Nor has any other black person ever called me a "white bit ch" or otherwise. Perhaps it's because my community has grown up in a racially diverse town. It's just never been an issue. In fact, when a homeroom teacher asked us about the biggest conflict at our school (this class consisted equally of blacks and whites, and 10% or so latinos) no one cited race as one. She kept probing for it, asking about a million times if race was ever an issue, and everyone kept going "no. seriously." I may be isolated in a pretty harmonic town, but so be it. I'm content with that.

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