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An Urban Experience
Table 1[7]
Kellert & Felthous (1985)
Hensley & Tallichet[8] (2005)
Weinshenker & Siegel (2002)[9]
Patterson-Kane (2011)
For Fun
Reactive, Affective, Hostile and/or Impulsive Violence
Ignorance
Play
Dirty Play
Imitation
Imitation
Shock people
Shock people
Rebellion
Fear of Animal
Negative Affect
Displacement hostility from a person to an animal
Out of Anger
Frustration and Anger
Retaliate against an animal
Dislike for the Animal
Sex
Proactive, Predatory, Instrumental and/or Premeditated Violence
Personal Gain, General Deviancy
Control an animal
Control the animal
express aggression
Impress Someone
Enhance one’s own aggressiveness
Retaliate against other people
Revenge against Someone
Satisfy a prejudice
Category Error
Sadism
Sadism
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