11 edition of America without violence found in the catalog.
|Statement||Michael N. Nagler.|
|LC Classifications||HN90.V5 N33 1982|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiii, 186 p. :|
|Number of Pages||186|
|ISBN 10||0933280130, 0933280149|
|LC Control Number||82007180|
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Inhe endorsed Ann Coulter’s Adios, America – notwithstanding that in the book she described Mexican culture as “obviously deviant”. In the same year, he gave an interview to truther. America Has Always Been Angry and Violent Wednesday's shooting has prompted much handwringing about the state of the nation.
But political violence and anger are embedded in. This book explores the potential for imagining a politics without violence and evidence that this need not be a utopian project. The book demonstrates that in theory and in practice, we now have the intellectual and scientific knowledge to make this possible.
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.
The fantasy of an America free of blacks is at least as old as the dream of creating a truly democratic society. While we are aware that there is something inescapably tragic about the cost of achieving our democratic ideals, we keep such tragic awareness segregated in the rear of our minds.
We allow it to come to the fore only during moments of great national crisis. "Everyone one of us, by deciding and willing to do something within our own personal spheres, can begin to rid America, and the planet, of violence.
Nagler's whole book is a gentle, yet uncompromising, prod to awaken us to this fact. Arguing against the social forces, collective illusions and individual myopia that blind us to the real possibility of zero violence, he argues for certain points Author: Philip Novak.
Public violence, a persistent feature of Latin American life since the collapse of Iberian rule in the s, has been especially prominent in Central America. Robert H. Holden shows how public violence shaped the states that have governed Costa Rica, El /5.
But focusing on this one-year uptick ignores the larger trend of steadily declining violence in the United States. Between andtotal gun homicides were nearly cut in half, primarily.
Named a Best Book of by Kirkus Reviews A New York Times Editor’s Choice Nautilus Award Winner “A worthy and necessary addition to the contemporary canon of civil rights literature.” —The New York Times In this “thought-provoking and important” (Library Journal) analysis of state-sanctioned violence, Marc Lamont Hill carefully considers a string of high-profile deaths in Released on: In Death Without Weeping, Scheper-Hughes carefully analyzes the Mother-Child relationship in a region of Brazil with the highest infant mortality rate in Latin America.
Centered in the village of Alto do Cruziero, Scheper-Hughes continues to work with the community she had first joined as a Peace Corps volunteer decades by: Get this from a library.
Jihad without violence. [Ahmed Afzaal] -- "The purpose of this essay is two-fold: first, to explain the nature and purpose of war within the larger framework of Islāmic teachings; and, second, to examine nonviolence as a realistic.
As the historian Joanne Freeman shows in her recent book, The Field of Blood: Violence in Congress and the Road to Civil War, slave-state representatives in Washington also turned to bullying Author: Yoni Appelbaum.
The Rise and Fall of Violent Crime in America, a new book by Barry Latzer, a criminologist at John Jay College, tells the story of how America went from the peaceful era of the immediate post.
The Illinois Council Against Handgun Violence — an organization committed to fighting the gun violence issue on a state and federal level — created The Gun Violence History Book.
Made out of articles, facts, and data showcasing a tragic and deadly history that repeats itself. This book has done what. Behind the common question lies a morass of unclear thinking.
William T. Cavanaugh Everyone knows that religion has a dangerous tendency to promote violence. This story is part of the conventional wisdom of Western societies, and it underlies many of our institutions and policies, from limits on the public role of religion to efforts to promote democracy in the Middle East.
This book explores the potential for imagining a politics without violence and evidence that this need not be a utopian project. The book demonstrates that in theory and in practice, we now have the intellectual and scientific knowledge to make this : Palgrave Macmillan.
But, well, it is, in a way. And unthinking violence against black women shouldn't be all that shocking, as Andrea J. Ritchie, a police-misconduct attorney, explains in her new book, Invisible No More: Police Violence Against Black Women and Women of happened in Columbia—my hometown—was "representative of decades-long trends in policing black girls and girls of color across Author: Brandon Tensley.
We take a look at Gun Control And Gun Rights: Understanding The Debate Over Gun Violence—a new book that thoughtfully explores guns and gun control. One out of every three women in Latin America has experienced sexual or physical violence, according to the United Nations, but 98 percent of.
Gender-based violence has recently triggered protests across Latin America, and a Chilean chant condemning rape has become an international anthem. Some countries have. Domestic violence at the hands of an intimate partner or family member is a significant factor in the decision to migrate for many women and children fleeing Central America.
An essential companion to Reducing Gun Violence in America, the reliable, empirical research and legal analysis in this e-book will help lawmakers, opinion leaders, and concerned citizens identify policy changes to address gun violence, which takes an average of more than 80.
Nick McDonell’s striking new book about America’s forever war, The Bodies in Person, is a call to contain or minimize one kind of outrageous violence: the killing of civilians in America’s.
In America alone, more than half of all murdered women are killed by a current or former partner. Domestic violence cuts across lines of class, race and religion. [ This book is one of our most.
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Green Book (), the Academy Award winner for Best Picture is a comedy-drama about a tour of the Deep South in the s by African American. A major factor in the success of the movement was the strategy of protesting for equal rights without using violence.
Civil rights leader Rev. Martin Luther King championed this approach as an. StrongHearts is a partnered effort of the National Indigenous Women’s Resource Center and the National Domestic Violence Hotline to bring support to tribal communities across America.
Take. Violence against women is everywhere. VIOLENCE AGAINST WOMEN 1 in 3 women have experienced physical/sexual violence at some point in their lives. 2 in 3 victims of intimate partner/ family related homicide are women.
less than 40% of women who experienced violence sought help of any sort. Of those, less than 10% sought help from the police. This book, like all of Sarah Deer’s work, is aimed at engaging the problem head-on—and ending it.
The Beginning and End of Rape collects and expands the powerful writings in which Deer, who played a crucial role in the reauthorization of the Violence Against Women Act inhas advocated for cultural and legal reforms to protect Native.
The Latin America and Caribbean (LAC) region has the undesirable distinction of being the world’s most violent region, with homicides perinhabitants. The magnitude of the problem is staggering and persistent. Of the top 50 most violent cities in the world, 42 are in by: 5.
Gun Violence in America. Infographics Combating Daily Gun Violence. Share. Febru Every day, more than Americans are killed with guns and more are shot and wounded. The effects of gun violence extend far beyond these casualties—gun violence shapes the lives of millions of Americans who witness it, know someone.
Martinez’s most recent book is A History of Violence – living and dying in Central America. His first book The Beast followed the harsh journey of.
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Despite evidence of warfare and violent conflict in pre-Columbian North America, scholars argue that the scale and scope of Native American violence is exagerated. They contend that scholarly misrepresentation has denigrated indigenous peoples when in fact they lived together in.
Why America Is More Violent Than Other Democracies and there also are motives that inhibit us from violence. In one chapter of the book called. He is the author of Revolution from Without: Yucatan, Mexico, and the United States, –, and a co-editor of In from the Cold: Latin America’s New Encounter with the Cold War and The Mexico Reader: History, Culture, Politics, all also published by Duke University Press.
IV Community Violence The media have brought school violence home to every household in America. Domestic violence occurs in rural and urban areas without regard to class or ethnicity.
A study of 6-year-old children by Schuler and Nair indicated that 43% of these young children had seen a beating, 13% saw a knife threat, and 7% saw an. Looking For America. Licensed to YouTube by.
UMG (on behalf of Polydor Records); LatinAutor - SonyATV, Sony ATV Publishing, EMI Music Publishing, CMRRA, UNIAO BRASILEIRA DE EDITORAS DE MUSICA. What emerges is a rich picture of the complexities of human violence.
The book is gripping from start to finish." —Stephanie van Goozen, Professor of Psychology, Cardiff University “[The Anatomy of Violence] is not only for students of this topic, but for any inquiring mind. It is just simply captivating, both emotionally and intellectually.”5/5(5).