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Violence and Politics

Globalization's Paradox

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Violence and Politics
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Violence and Politics points out a paradox of contemporary political violence: it appears to be growing in scope and complexity even in this era of unprecedented democratic and economic growth. These essays cover a number of timely issues including pro-life terrorism, hate crimes, Islam's connection (or stereotyped connection) to violence, rape as a war crime, ethnic conflicts, and violence against those protesting for civil rights for women, gays and lesbians and blacks. Contributors cross disciplines and subdisciplines to examine the counter-intuitive persistence of violence in advanced democracies and in steadily improving developing countries. Includes contributions from: Charles Tilly, Ulric Shannon, Margarita Lopez-Maya, Mark Ungar, Carol Mason, Sally Avery Bermanzhon, John Keane, Roger MacGinty, Lisa Sharlach, Jeffry Murer

Author Biography

Kenton Worcester is an Assistant Professor of Political Science at Marymount Manhattan College. Sally Avery Bermanzhon and Mark Ungar are both Assistant Professors of Political Science at Brooklyn College.
Release date NZ
December 14th, 2001
Contributors
Edited by Kenton Worcestor Edited by Mark Ungar Edited by Sally Avery Bermanzohn
Country of Publication
United States
Illustrations
Illustrations
Imprint
Routledge Member of the Taylor and Francis Group
Pages
262
Dimensions
152x229x19
ISBN-13
9780415931113
Product ID
1668815

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