2 edition of State violence found in the catalog.
Seminar-Workshop on State Violence (1986 Quezon City, Philippines)
|Statement||Ponciano L. Bennagen, editor.|
|Contributions||Bennagen, Ponciano L.|
|LC Classifications||HN720.Z9 V57 1986|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||49 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||49|
|LC Control Number||88941432|
In Genealogies of Terrorism, Verena Erlenbusch-Anderson rejects attempts to define what terrorism is in favor of a historico-philosophical investigation into the conditions under which uses of this contested term become meaningful. The result is a powerful critique of the power relations that shape how we understand and theorize political violence. Book Description: What is state crime? This book sets out the parameters of state crime and highlights the complex issues involved. The authors provide a clear chapter-by -chapter assessment of state violence, corruption, state involvement in organised and corporate crime, avoidable ‘natural’ disasters, torture, criminal policing, war crimes and genocide.
Anderson and Douglas Gentile, an Iowa State professor of psychology, have a combined 50 years of research on media, media violence, aggression and video games. The two wrote the book with former post-doctoral student Courtney Plante, assistant professor at Bishop’s University; former Ph.D. student Christopher Groves, assistant professor at. Workplace violence consists of physically and psychologically damaging actions that occur in the workplace or while on duty (National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health [NIOSH], ). The Bureau of Labor Statistics releases an annual report about injuries and illnesses resulting in time away from work in the United States.
Family Violence Prevention Center at the Ohio Office of Criminal Justice Services who graciously allowed us to adapt the dynamics section of their benchbook for the original dynamics appendix. This book provides a unique analysis of prisons and the violence at work inside them, it not only addresses aspects such as racial discrimination, especially in US prisons, but also gender differences, specific criminal groups operating within prisons, the reintegration processes and its failures.
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No One Is Illegal: Fighting Racism and State Violence on the U.S.-Mexico Border [Justin Akers Chacon, Mike Davis] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. No One Is Illegal: Fighting Racism and State Violence on the U.S.-Mexico BorderCited by: James’s recent collection of essays, Resisting State Violence presents a powerful critique of contemporary issues from the perspective of race, class, and gender.
The topics examined in the book range widely, from an overview of the Thomas-Hill controversy. How Nonviolence Protects the State is not a book against nonviolent activism. What it aggressively I have been aware of this book (and its impact on anarchism) for a long time, but I was afraid this was going to be just a mindless celebration of violence/5.
Hannah Arendt's short book of political philosophy, On Violence, is a simple, fulfilling and digestible text that poses interesting questions for understanding politics, history, revolution and the State. While her writing is less than perfect - she often wrote in a rush and then had her books 'englishified' - her exposition and discussion of /5.
state and non-state violence, and equating the innocents kil led by states and non-state actors would ‘ignore State violence book fact that, even while national armed forces have been responsible for farAuthor: Ruth Blakeley.
Nations, States, and Violence presents a revisionist view of the sources of nationalism, the relationship of the nation to culture, and the implications of nationalism and cultural heterogeneity for the future of the nation-state. It accepts the now-standard view that national identities are not inherited traits but constructed communities in order to serve political by: This book, engaging with and building upon the works of Black historians like Charmaine Nelson, Barrington Walker, and Afua Cooper, contributes to scholarship on the global nature of state violence against Black folk by focusing on Canadian slavery and its.
THE STATE OF TEXAS THE TEXAS FAMILY VIOLENCE BENCHBOOK September EDITION A READY REFERENCE MANUAL PREPARED FOR THE JUDGES OF THE STATE OF TEXAS PREPARED BY THE OFFICE OF COURT ADMINISTRATION West 14th Street, Suite Tom C. Clark Building () P.O. Box Austin, Texas / FAX: / Violence and the state.
In this Book. Additional Information It explores the complex relationship between the state and its continued use of violence through a variety of historical and contemporary case studies, including the Napoleonic Wars, Nazi and Soviet 'eliticide', the consolidation of authority in modern China, post-Soviet Russia Cited by: 1.
In which cases and under what circumstances do (illegitimate) acts of violence qualify as state terrorism. Geographically, the volume covers cases and discourses from the Caucasus, South East and Central Asia, the Middle East, and North America.
Following on from this historical context, the book then provides an analysis of the mechanisms of state and genocidal violence is offered, demonstrating how in order to get to know the internal enemy, national armies relied on US intelligence training and economic aid to carry out their surveillance campaigns.
ISBN: OCLC Number: Language Note: Contributions primarily in English, with two in German. Notes: Proceedings of the conference "Ritual dynamics and the science of ritual" held from Sept.
29 to Oct. 2, in Heidelberg. The Nation-State and Violence Volume 2 of A Contemporary Critique of Historical Materialism. by Anthony Giddens (Author) October ; First Edition; Paperback $; Title Details. Rights: Available in US, Canada, Philippines Pages: ISBN: Trim Size: x In Policing Black Lives: State Violence in Canada from Slavery to the Present, Robyn Maynard contrasts this ideal through the presentation of a history of colonialism and slavery in Canada.
She describes the making of Black poverty, surveillance, and subjugation, and the institutions that perpetuate anti-Blackness in the modern day. Synopsis This book analyses the response of the Indonesian state to violence against Ahmadiyah and Shi’a minority communities by foregrounding the close connections between state officials and vigilante groups, which influenced the way the post-Soeharto democratic Indonesian governments addressed the problem of violence against religious : Robyn Maynard is the author of Policing Black Lives: State violence in Canada from slavery to the present (Fernwood ).The book is a CBC national bestseller, currently in its third printing, designated as one of the “best books of ” by the Hill Times, listed in The Walrus‘s “best books of ”, shortlisted for an Atlantic Book Award, the Concordia University First Book.
But as this book shows, state-sanctioned violence and degrading, cruel, and unusual punishments have a long and contentious history in the nation. Organized around five broad thematic periods in American history—colonial America and the early republic; slavery and the frontier; imperialism, Jim Crow, and World Wars I and II; the Cold War Cited by: 1.
Domestic Violence - the Overlap between State Law and Immigration Law: Appendix G: The Hague Convention on International Child Abduction - A Child’s Return and the Presence of Domestic Violence: Appendix H: Abusive Litigation and Domestic Violence Survivors: Appendix I: Domestic Violence Manual for Judges - History and Authorship.
Frontiers and Ghettos presents an institutional approach to state violence, drawing on Ron's field research in the Middle East, Balkans, Chechnya, Turkey, and Africa, as well as dozens of rare interviews with military veterans, officials, and political activists on all sides.
Studying violence from the ground up, the book develops an exciting. Premises. A major argument of the book is that the imprecise, informal, community-building indebtedness of "human economies" is only replaced by mathematically precise, firmly enforced debts through the introduction of violence, usually state-sponsored violence in some form of military or police.
A second major argument of the book is that, contrary to standard accounts of the history of Publisher: Melville House. This edited volume explores political violence and genocide in Latin America during the Cold War, examining this in light of the United States' hegemonic position on the continent.
Using case studies based on the regimes of Argentina, Chile, Guatemala, Peru and Uruguay, this book shows how U.S foreign policy - far from promoting long term.Ina wave of violence swept through the Central African Republic as Seleka rebels clashed with anti-Balaka militias. In the face of seemingly senseless bloodshed, journalists, politicians, and scholars struggled to account for the conflict’s origins.
In this first comprehensive account of the violence, Louisa Lombard argues that the conflict was more than a straightforward religious.Child Protective Services (CPS) investigates reports of child abuse and neglect to protect children from harm now and in the future. CPS works to strengthen and stabilize families so that they can safely care for their children at home.