Includes bibliographical references.
|LC Classifications||HM281 .S346 1998|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xviii, 223 p. :|
|Number of Pages||223|
|LC Control Number||97075522|
The Asia Foundation just-released The State of Conflict and Violence in Asia, a new book detailing the levels and impacts of violence in 14 Asian countries. In Asia‘s editor asked the research team what surprised them most. [Watch the launch presentation of the report in Washington, D.C.] Gender-based violence kills more women than armed conflict The State of Conflict and Violence in . In Johan Galtung's paper, "Violence, Peace and Peace Research," he presents his theory of the Conflict Triangle, a framework used in the study of peace and conflict, with the purpose of defining the three key elements of violence that form this "triangle."The theory is based on the principle that peace must be defined by widely accepted social goals, and that any state of peace is. Section I – Direct Violence (Wagner) Chapter 1 – Intimate Violence (Abrahams) Chapter 2 – Anti Gay & Lesbian Violence (Cody Murphy) Chapter 3 – Intrastate Violence (Neince & Cairns) Chapter 4 – Nationalism & War (Druckman) Chapter 5 – Integrative Complexity & War . "The chapters in Sexual Violence in Conflict Zones provide in-depth analyses of pres episodes of sexual violence in conflict The book should be read by all researchers investigating contemporary issues of sexual violence in conflict to gain a deeper understanding of the functions of sexual violence in these conflicts."—.
The material included here deals generally with conflict and peace; that specifically relating to the democratic peace is included on that theme page. The conclusion from all this research is that the more freedom people have, the less their collective violence and war. Work in Progress Book 4 Violence and Conflict. Regular price $ Sale. Add to cart Movies, television, newspapers and magazines, video and computer games sell violence and conflict to at risk youth, but it’s not okay to assault, punch, kick, shoot, cut, swear, join gangs, or otherwise misbehave. The 2nd edition of Encyclopedia of Violence, Peace and Conflict provides timely and useful information about antagonism and reconciliation in all contexts of public and personal life.. Building on the highly-regarded 1st edition (), and publishing at a time of seemingly inexorably increasing conflict and violent behaviour the world over, the Encyclopedia is an essential reference for. Domestic Violence Books. We've organized a library of books for you on the domestic violence and abuse topics listed below. Click on the topic that interests you to see the books, a book description and a way to purchase, if you like. If you are an author and would like us to consider adding your book please read our d:
Highlighting gendered violence across layers of social and political organization, from the military to the sexual, this book explores the connections between international security, intra-state conflict and 'domestic' violence. International in scope, it makes the links between the local and the global and between the public and the private, in its discussion of gendered ng. Since the s, sexual violence in conflict zones has received much media attention. In large part as a result of grassroots feminist organizing in the s and s, mass rapes in the wars in the former Yugoslavia and during the Rwandan genocide received widespread coverage, and international organizations—from courts to NGOs to the UN—have engaged in systematic efforts to hold. School violence has made news headlines all too often in recent years. In this accessible narrative, readers learn about the causes of school violence, including gangs, drugs, abuse at home, and accessibility to guns. Readers will examine the effects of how violence is . This book broadens debates on violence, conflict and peace by examining the crucial role played by children and youth. Recent social, political and geographical research has demonstrated that children and youth are deeply impacted by war and violence and that, despite strong cultural assumptions about children’s needs for protection, their wellbeing continues to be an afterthought rather.