Personal structural concept rejects the instinct views of aggression, but features its own view that is alternative.
Personal structural concept rejects the instinct views of violence, but features its own alternative view. This view is the fact that violence stems primarily from an externally elicited drive to harm other people. This process is mirrored in a number of various drive theories of violence. These theories suggest that outside conditions create a strong motive to damage other people. The drive that is aggressive contributes to overt functions of violence (Berkowitz, 1989).