11 edition of Theories of civil violence found in the catalog.
|Statement||James B. Rule.|
|LC Classifications||HM281 .R84 1988|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xv, 345 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||345|
|LC Control Number||87034235|
Although many theories of election violence exist, they and the e ectiveness of electoral violence, remain largely untested (Hickman, ). This paper, like others, such as Goldsmith () and H oglund (), focuses on election violence, as separate from other types of political violence, and starts with the following broadFile Size: KB. Abstract. Violence is pervasive in the United States. The U.S. Department of Justice reported that during , there were 7, hate crime incidents involving 9, separate offenses, 10, victims, and 8, known offenders reported to the FBI during Cited by: 3. Feminist and Gender Theories 1For instance, in no country in the region is domestic violence outlawed, and some laws, such as those. civil rights (thereby allowing women to sue the producers and distributors of pornography in a civil court for damages), view women as an oppressed group, who, like other oppressed peoples, must. Please read this excerpt from Goldscheid, Julie, Gender-Motivated Violence: Developing a Meaningful Paradigm for Civil Rights Enforcement, 2 Harv. Women's L.J. (footnotes ommited), "[F]orced sexual contact in the name of .
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Theories of Civil Violence provides both a new look at the origins of civil upheaval and a critical examination of society theory B. Rule develops an incisive historical analysis of theories of civil violence, beginning with the classic views of Hobbes and Marx and continuing to those of Gurr, Tilly, and other present-day by: About the Book.
Theories of Civil Violence provides both a new look at the origins of civil upheaval and a critical examination of society theory B. Rule develops an incisive historical analysis of theories of civil violence, beginning with the classic views of Hobbes and Marx and continuing to those of Gurr, Tilly, and other present-day thinkers.
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Rule. Probably the most exhaustive review and comparison of these theories is James Rule’s classic book, Theories of Civil Violence. Rule traces Rational Choice theories of violence from their origins with Thomas Hobbes, through the markedly different perspective of Utilitarians, to the thinking of modern theorists such as Mancur Olson.
An Introduction to the Theories and Cases of Violent Conflicts. Author: Earl Conteh-Morgan; Publisher: Routledge ISBN: Category: Political Science Page: View: DOWNLOAD NOW» First published in Collective Political Violence is a concise, but thorough, interdisciplinary analysis of the many competing concepts, theories, and.
This textbook introduces students of violent conflict to a variety of Theories of civil violence book theoretical approaches, and examines the ontological stances and epistemological traditions underlying these approaches. Theories of Violent Conflict takes the centrality of the group as an actor in contemporary conflict as a point of departure, leaving us with three main questions: What Reviews: 1.
A Map of Domestic Violence Theories. Whether such an intervention is successful or not depends on how domestic violence is understood. Jennifer Lawson, in her article Sociological Theories of Intimate Partner Violence (Lawson, ) explores feminist and family violence theorists’ perspectives on intimate partner violence.
Theories of violence. The above discussion centred on rebellion as a collective action problem because the key feature of civil war is the formation and persistence of a rebel army.
Theories of rebellion should therefore focus on the explanation of this phenomenon. However, there are a number of otherFile Size: KB.
theories to explain criminal behaviour, but no one perspective is a comprehensive explanation of all types of violent behaviour. Therefore, analysis of various types of violence against women and their varied patterns calls for examining and testing some of the important existing theories.
The positive and negative features of existingFile Size: 2MB. This review of 14 frequently used textbooks on human behavior and the social environment was conducted to assess for content regarding theories of violence, including etiology and impact. Empirical research on civil war onset has been largely dominated by two approaches: a correlational or “correlates of civil war” approach which seeks to identify country-level characteristics associated with a higher likelihood of civil war outbreak, and a bargaining approach which starts from the assumption that warfare is costly and which views civil conflict Cited by: 2.
Macro- and Micro-Level Theories of Violence in Ethnic and Non-Ethnic Civil Wars January In book: Causes of War: An Introduction to Theories Behind Warfare and.
First published in Collective Political Violence is a concise, but thorough, interdisciplinary analysis of the many competing concepts, theories, and explanations of political conflict, including revolutions, civil wars, genocide, and terrorism. To further his examination of each type of conflict, Earl Conteh-Morgan presents case studies, from the Rwandan genocide Cited by: 'Theories of Violent Conflict is a book of remarkable scope that will prove invaluable to academia, government and policy circles, and practitioners of conflict resolution and s deftly and insightfully guides the reader through a rigorous journey of comparative analysis, elucidating the theoretical underpinnings and.
More of a text than anything, this book serves as a good introduction to the various forms and roots of nonviolent philosophies. From ancient Jainism to modern peace writers, this will make a great basic reference for anyone, complete with sample writings and a few examples of nonviolence theories in action/5(3).
The subcultural theories of violence such as the “culture of violence theory” (Wolfgang and Ferracuti ) argue that within large, complex, and pluralistic societies, sub-groups learn and develop specialized norms and values through differential associations and organizations that emphasize and justify the use of physical force above and.
The University of Chicago Press. Books Division. Chicago Distribution Center. Domestic Violence Introduction, 1 _____ Issues in Domestic Violence: Introduction and Theories Introduction Case Vignette Monica is a year-old woman who works as an executive in a large pharmaceutical company.
It was here that she met her boyfriend, Richard, whoFile Size: KB. 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. THEORIES OF VIOLENCE. A common understanding of the causes of domestic violence can help communities develop more effective responses to the violence; such an understanding helps avoid conflicting responses that could undermine efforts to.
Third, any use of violence would seem to aggravate civil disobedience particularly when it increases the harm of the offence or when it directly incites further and unjustified instances of violence. And although violence may eloquently communicate a dissenter's seriousness and frustration, it changes the nature of the dialogue.
Conflict and Critical Theories Part I: Conflict Theory: Lewis Coser (–) Ralf Dahrendorf (–) Randall Collins (–) What do an argument, the Enron case, bidding on eBay, the civil rights movement, and the U.
invasion of Iraq have in common. They are all forms of conflict with various levels of intensity and Size: KB. All parts of a community must share a clearly defined theory of violence to coordinate effective intervention strategies.
In the United States, theories about the cause and contributing factors of domestic violence have evolved over more than 40 years. The battered women’s movement gained traction in the United States in the s.
Conflict theory has been used to explain a wide range of social phenomena, including wars, revolutions, poverty, discrimination, and. Theories of Violence and Aggression By Jason Ittel. Questions:. From her book The Nurture Assumption. Children are socialized by their peer groups.
violence – Implies that rehabilitation and education to reduce head injury should be more enforced to help reduce orFile Size: 39KB. Civil disobedience can be distinguished from other active forms of protest, such as rioting, because of its passivity and non-violence.
Theories and Techniques. In seeking an active form of civil disobedience, one may choose to deliberately break certain laws, such as by forming a peaceful blockade or occupying a facility illegally.
This book has pulled together a large number of previously published articles on nonviolence in sociological and psychological journals and has added some new selections.
While this book was published nearly four decades ago, it does a good job analyzing the civil rights movement in the United States as it was happening. Google ScholarAuthor: Daniel M. Mayton. Violence Theory Workshop Summary Summary of a workshop sponsored by the National Institute of Justice December 10–11, Violence Theory Workshop, Day 1, Decem Dr.
Tittle identified three common links among the theories of violence. The first was the extent toFile Size: KB. This is particularly true today, with scarcely any ongoing interstate wars raging between countries, but dozens of armed civil conflicts occurring within them.
This new four-volume major work surveys competing theories about the causes, character, and conclusion of substate political violence, and explores how states, non-state actors, and the. Civil disobedience is the active, professed refusal of a citizen to obey certain laws, demands, orders or commands of a some definitions [specify], civil disobedience has to be nonviolent to be called 'civil'.
Hence, civil disobedience is sometimes equated with peaceful protests or nonviolent resistance. Henry David Thoreau popularized the term in the US with. Family violence from a global perspective: A strengths-based approach: A strengths-based approach. Los Angeles: SAGE.
E-mail Citation» Notes that family violence exists in all sixteen countries included in the book, though some level of denial is present in most countries.
Gender inequities contribute to IPV. Collective Political Violence is a concise, but thorough, interdisciplinary analysis of the many competing concepts, theories and explanations of political conflict, including revolutions, civil wars, genocide, and terrorism. To further his examination of each type of conflict, Earl Conteh-Morgan presents case studies, from the Rwandan genocide to the United States civil rights.
'This book is a masterly effort to navigate us through the multiple ways of thinking about armed conflicts and violence. Amongst its many achievements, are precisely the one which urges us to recognize the implicit assumptions we bring to bear when analyzing these dark aspects of our human communities and how we might build better conversations between 4/5(28).
Unfortunately, this book can't be printed from the OpenBook. If you need to print pages from this book, we recommend downloading it as a PDF. Visit to get more information about this book, to buy it in print, or to download it as a free PDF. Theoretical Basis for Family Violence Maren E. Hyde-Nolan, PhD Tracy Juliao, PhD INTRODUCTION A number of different psychological theories address the causes of family vi-olence (FV).
The most popular theories all acknowledge the abuse of power and control by the abusers, although the role of power and control varies by theoretical Size: KB.
Leviathan or The Matter, Forme and Power of a Common-Wealth Ecclesiasticall and Civil, commonly referred to as Leviathan, is a book written by Thomas Hobbes (–) and published in (revised Latin edition ).
Its name derives from the biblical work concerns the structure of society and legitimate government, and is regarded as one of Author: Thomas Hobbes. ‘In this important book, Wilkinson provides strong arguments against some prevailing theories concerning the causes of interethnic violence in competitive political regimes, including those that associate it with state strength or weakness, the presence or absence of consociational arrangements and practices, or ‘civic engagement’ through ‘interethnic associations’.Author: Steven I.
Wilkinson. Read this book on Questia. Collective Political Violence is a concise, but thorough, interdisciplinary analysis of the many competing concepts, theories and explanations of political conflict, including revolutions, civil wars, genocide, and terrorism.
By analytically decoupling war and violence, this book explores the causes and dynamics of violence in civil war. Against the prevailing view that such violence is an instance of impenetrable madness, the book demonstrates that there is logic to it and that it has much less to do with collective emotions, ideologies, and cultures than currently believed.5/5(2).
Get this from a library! War: an introduction to theories and research on collective violence. [Tor G Jakobsen;] -- Offering an assessment of grievance and opportunity theories this title serves as food for thought as the readers attempt to hammer .CIVIL VIOLENCE The resort to illicit violence is the defining property that distinguishes these collective events from others.
We can regard this as just a defi-nitional point,' but it has a crucial theoretical consequence: to direct at-tention to psychological theories about the sources of.
By analytically decoupling war and violence, this book explores the causes and dynamics of violence in civil war. Against the prevailing view that such violence is an instance of impenetrable madness, the book demonstrates that there is logic to it and that it has much less to do with collective emotions, ideologies, and cultures than currently believed/5.