The Stress Factor/ a Crime Called Violence

Australia, 1989

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Episode of Series “The Breakthrough series”.
In “The Stress Factor” Andrew Denton and his teenage laboratory technicians identify and examine stress, its causes and effects along with methods of dealing with it. Andrew Denton and a panel of teenagers discuss the perpetrators and victims in “A Crime Called Violence”. Methods of coping with violence inflicted by peers and the reason behind their aggression are discussed by the group from their first hand experiences.

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