By VV. AA.,Fontana Renato,Sacco Enrico
By VV. AA.,Fontana Renato,Sacco Enrico
By M. O'Neill,L. Seal
By W. Ascher,N. Mirovitskaya
By Gregory Routt,Lily Anderson
Adolescent Violence within the Home examines a kind of violence that has a profound impression on households yet is usually missed and regularly misunderstood: youngster aggression and violence towards individuals in their family—especially mom and dad. Violence in teens is usually visible because the results of a mental-health prognosis, delinquency, or as a reaction to dysfunctional parenting, and even though figuring out a youth’s mental-health prestige or a parenting variety could be important, whole specialize in both is lost. Adolescent Violence within the Home makes use of a restorative framework, built through the authors and in use in courtroom platforms and corporations worldwide, to situate violent behaviors within the context of strength and the intergenerational cycle of violence. Readers will come clear of this ebook with a profound figuring out of the social and person components that lead adolescence to take advantage of violence and the way adolescent violence impacts mom and dad, and they’ll additionally find out about quite a few interventions that particularly deal with teenager violence opposed to mom and dad.
By Sara Roy
The concentration of Roy's paintings is the Gaza Strip, a space that continues to be constantly missed and misunderstood regardless of its political centrality. Drawing on greater than thousand interviews and vast first-hand adventure, Roy chronicles the impression of Israeli profession in Palestine over approximately a new release. Exploring the devastating effects of socio-economic and political decline, it is a distinct and robust account of the truth of existence within the West financial institution and Gaza. Written by means of one of many world's premiere students of the quarter, it deals an unrivalled breadth of scholarship and insight.
By Ilena Rodriguez
Focusing on Guatemala, Colombia, and Mexico, Rodríguez exhibits how regular liberal versions fail to account for brand new types of violence and exploitation, which in reality keep on with from particular clashes among liberal ideology and native perform. taking a look at those tensions in the ostensibly well-ordered country, Rodríguez exposes how the misconception and misuse of liberal ideas are in the back of realities of political turmoil, and questions no matter if liberalism is actually an ideology enough to empower populations and transition realms into democratic roles within the worldwide order.
In this manner, Liberalism at Its Limits deals a serious exam of the compelled becoming of liberal types to Latin American countries and reasserts cross-cultural verbal exchange as an important to greedy the genuine hyperlink among various structures of worth and politics.
By Maggie Wykes,Kirsty Welsh
This entire textual content offers an outline of the connection among violence, gender, crime and justice. It brings jointly concept with modern situations to let the reader to appreciate the main innovations, concerns and connections involved.
Enlightening and available, the e-book examines the studies and remedy of guys and ladies as sufferers and criminals. It explores even if and the way offending styles vary in line with gender, and investigates the connections among gender, offending and victimisation.
The booklet covers kinds of inter-personal violence together with sexual violence, 'domestic' violence, 'domestic' homicide, male-on-male violence and baby abuse. It explores how sexual and 'domestic' violence were represented within the media, within the legislations and in legal justice processes.
Not in simple terms does the booklet current a complete creation to the sector, it additionally bargains reflective questions on the finish of every bankruptcy to allow the reader to combine and interrogate the fabric lined. bankruptcy summaries and annotated bibliographies improve the educational technique by way of aiding scholars to consolidate and additional examine key points.
This ebook is key for college kids and teachers in criminology, legal justice, sociology and gender studies.
By Giammello Vincenzo,Mercurio Alessandra,Quattrocchi Gaetano
By Idil Tunçer-K?lavuz
When the 5 important Asian republics received independence from the Soviet Union in 1991, expectancies of violent clash have been common. certainly, the rustic of Tajikistan suffered a five-year civil conflict from 1992 to 1997. the standards that the literature on civil wars typically and at the Tajikistan civil conflict particularly cites because the factors of warfare have been additionally found in Uzbekistan – yet this state had a relaxed transition.
Examining this empirical puzzle through keeping apart the an important components that prompted struggle to wreck out in Tajikistan yet now not Uzbekistan, this ebook applies a strong comparative method of the wider query of why civil wars ensue. in accordance with fieldwork in either international locations, it demanding situations many universal causes of civil battle either more often than not and in Tajikistan specifically. This contains highlighting the significance of elites’ energy perceptions, that have their origins within the interplay of structural-, process-, and network-related variables. with no analyzing those interactions, macro-structural reasons by myself can't clarify the incidence of civil struggle in a single kingdom and its absence in another.
Applying the insights of bargaining theories of conflict from the literature on diplomacy to the civil conflict in Tajikistan, this publication might be of curiosity to scholars of violent clash, civil wars, valuable Asia and Asian Politics.
By Jeffry R. Halverson
Jeffry R. Halverson asserts that the basis for nonviolence in Islam already exists. He issues to the exemplary lives and teachings of contemporary Muslim champions of nonviolence, together with Abdul Ghaffar Khan, an ethnic Pashtun from the tribal areas of Pakistan whose 100,000 Muslim fans peacefully resisted British colonial rule in India. utilizing wealthy historic narratives and information from major NGOs and foreign governmental corporations, Halverson additionally makes the case that via casting off the excessive bills of struggle, nonviolence opens the door to such very important complementary tasks as microfinancing and women's education schemes. eventually, he endorses Muslim conceptions of nonviolence and argues for the formula of a nonviolent model of jihad as an energetic mode of social transformation.