4 edition of state, violence and development found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 282-287) and index.
|Statement||Mark F. Chingono.|
|Series||The making of modern Africa|
|LC Classifications||DT3389 .C35 1996|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 291 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||291|
|LC Control Number||96084017|
Violence is "the use of physical force so as to injure, abuse, damage, or destroy".Less conventional definitions are also used, such as the World Health Organization's definition of violence as "the intentional use of physical force or power, threatened or actual, against oneself, another person, or against a group or community, which either results in or has a high likelihood of resulting in. Domestic Violence, New York State Office for the Prevention of Domestic Violence (OPDV), information on domestic violence, including New York State domestic violence referral resources, training and technical assistance to professionals who interface with domestic violence in many areas, including child protective services, child welfare, colleges, health care, mental health, police, social.
(). The Political Effectiveness of Non-State Violence: A Two-Level Framework to Transform a Deceptive Debate. Security Studies: Vol. 22, No. 2, pp. Transcript. The Violence Paradox. PBS Airdate: Novem NARRATOR: It is an epic story, spanning all of human history, MARTA MIRAZÓN LAHR (University of .
Since , the UN has been actively engaged in conceptualizing strategies for both economic development and a sustainable environment. From a broad historical perspective, Development without Destruction sketches the role played by organizations and individuals in the UN system in developing and consolidating principles of international law. coercive legislation by the state, but I will not enter into this debate here.1 Rather, I will take it, with Hobbes, Rousseau, Mill, and Rawls, that the individuals within a society require some central authority in order to establish a system of law, to prevent violence, and to enact policies in the common good. Society requires a state.
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Where America Developed a Taste state State Violence From Indonesia to Brazil, the United States fostered a global network of brutal repression in the name of anti-communism. The state is the main perpetrator of violence against noncombatant and civilian populations—often its own citizens.
Although recent research has shed significant light on the causes and dynamics of insurgent violence, state violence remains noticeably under-explored. State state, and sometimes the state in and of itself, is clearly a social problem shaping not only the structure of governance but also citizenship and the quality of life of individuals and communities.
This chapter provides a guide to the literature on state violence using the much studied case of Guatemala as a.
The book examines the failure of ‘development’ in Central America, where despite billions of dollars of development funding and positive indicators of economic growth, poverty remains entrenched and violence endemic. The book illustrates how development is predicated on force and systematic violence, through which the world’s most.
GENDER-BASED VIOLENCE An Analysis of the Implications for the Nigeria For Women Project The State and Peacebuilding Fund (SPF) is a global multi-donor trust fund administered by the World Bank to finance critical development operations in situations of fragility, conflict, and violence.
Over grants and transfers have. Such governments, as the authors of a book about Latin American state terrorism have noted, can virtually paralyze a society through violence and its threat: "In such contexts, fear is a paramount feature of social action; it is characterized by the inability of social actors [people] to predict the consequences of their behavior because public.
Debt: The First 5, Years is a book by anthropologist David Graeber published in It explores the historical relationship of debt with social institutions such as barter, marriage, friendship, slavery, law, religion, war and government; in short, much of the fabric of human life in draws on the history and anthropology of a number of civilizations, large and small, from the.
The contributors to this volume explore a number of regions in which internal violence and conflict stubbornly persist, and why domestic and international efforts to re-establish order, human security, democratic processes, and an economy capable of developing, are proving so difficult to achieve.
Particular attention is given to three important regions - the Caucasus, Central America and the. While gender-based violence occurs in all societies irrespective of the level of development or cultural setting, whether in conflict or peacetime, the challenges for legal responses to gender-based violence are particularly acute in Asia.
This book addresses the lack of academic discourse on gender-based violence in Asia beyond domestic violence, by demonstrating that gendered violence exists. 2 days ago McLain's case marks but one example in a long and significant history of psychedelics and cannabis being used as tools of state violence, a racist history that has been glossed over by Pollan and.
Below we’re going to address three ways in which Black women are victims of state violence. Thousands of Black Women Are Locked Out of Mainstream Society. In The New Jim Crow, Michelle Alexander walks us through the development of the system of social control instituted after the Jim Crow era – mass incarceration.
This book explores the development of Lenin's thinking on violence throughout his career, from the last years of the Tsarist regime in Russia through to the s and the New Economic Policy, and provides an important assessment of the significance of ideological factors for understanding Soviet state violence as directed by the Bolshevik leadership during its first years in power.
Get this from a library. The state, violence and development: the political economy of war in Mozambique, [Mark F Chingono]. 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. Rather, "AIDING VIOLENCE" contends that the development business--by the very nature of its mission--contributed to a state of severe inequity and "structural violence" that over many decades had made Rwanda fertile ground for widespread ethnic hatred leading to massive s: 3.
The relation between history of violence exposure and the development of academic and mental health problems is explored.
Violence exposed children have an increased risk of developing school-related problems including: mental health problems, learning disabilities, language impairments, and other neurocognitive problems.
This book results from over a decade of fieldwork and research in Manica Province. Its prime objective is to explain why this part of Mozambique remains so unstable despite the Rome General Peace Accord of and is a critique of state-centric approaches.
In his book, Prosperity and Violence: The Political Economy of Development, Robert Bates examines how underdeveloped societies transform from rural and agrarian to urban and industrial. Exploring the vast history of the modern state, Bates draws on numerous case studies to formulate a general theory that explains how societies make this great Reviews: His last book was a history of homicide in San Francisco, titled Dangerous Strangers: Minority Newcomers and Criminal Violence in the Urban West, Jeffrey Adler is a member of the Departments of History and Criminology at the University of Florida.
He received his Ph.D. in History from Harvard University. State violence, a crisis of legitimacy, and the path to true public safety Jill Leovy, in her brilliant book Ghettoside, " in family support, education, programs for young people, health. Police Violence Is State Violence.
Let’s be clear about what’s been happening in the country these last few weeks. Policing is an arm of the state. Police departments and police officers operate under the color of law and as agents of the state, with authority granted by their nation’s citizens. That gives their actions special meaning.ISBN: X OCLC Number: Language Note: Translated from the German.
Notes: Published in association with the Development and Peace Foundation, Bonn.The complex articulation between the state, power and violence has been an integral part of many of the last decade’s upheavals, revolts and political changes around the world.
How did you choose these books? These are ideas that have been on my mind for a while. In my latest book, I argued that political theory is filled with lies and myths.