Antisocial behavior

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Antisocial behavior is doing something “bad” to someone or society which results in damaging relationships and interfering with a society’s functioning. The effect of antisocial behavior can be seen as a reduction in social capital. Antisocial behavior is contrasted with prosocial behavior.

Examples of behaviours commonly considered to be antisocial are hurting others, disobeying rules, conflicting with others, and other socially unacceptable behaviours.

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