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Perspectives on violence and violent death

Perspectives on violence and violent death

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Published by Baywood Pub. in Amityville, N.Y .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Violence.,
  • Violent deaths.

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references (p. 309-319) and index.

    Statementedited by Robert G. Stevenson, Gerry R. Cox.
    SeriesDeath, value, and meaning series
    ContributionsStevenson, Robert G., Cox, Gerry R.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsHM1116 .P48 2008
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxiii, 343 p. :
    Number of Pages343
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL18024002M
    ISBN 100895033135
    ISBN 109780895033130
    LC Control Number2006051205

    his annotated bibliography provides introduction and overview on the issue of violence the African-American community and how it has become epidemic as a public health issue. Among the issues detailed in this annotation included are general effects and statistics on violence, prevention techniques and strategies, the role of the community at preventing violence, and the financial impact that. Read chapter 3 Perspectives on Violence: By conservative estimates, more t violent crimes are committed or attempted every day in the United St.

    Our examination of violent behavior begins with a focus on nonhuman animals, reviewing the different contexts in which violence occurs and discussing how an evolutionary perspective can explain why it occurs in these contexts. We then examine violence in humans and illustrate the similarities and differences between human and nonhuman violence.   In this article, we’ll examine the global violent conflict data and different stances on the same numbers. (As a note, Pinker’s work deals with all forms of violence from the individual — homicides, abuse — to the worldwide, but here we’ll focus on international violent conflicts — war — and leave the rest for future articles).

    VIOLENCE IN A GLOBAL CONTEXT. On an average day more than people worldwide die violent deaths (i.e., those related to suicide, homicide, and war).1 About half of the estimated million violent deaths that occurred in the world in were the result of suicide, about one-third resulted from homicide, and one-fifth were from warrelated injuries (Table 1). Living on the sidelines of death: anthropologists and violence Alison Galloway-- Index. (source: Nielsen Book Data) Summary Every year, there are over million violent deaths worldwide, making violence one of the leading public health issues of our time.


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This book examines violence. It looks at the nature and types of violence, the causes of violence, and the emotional wake left by violent episodes. In the twentieth century, the world experienced two world wars and countless other wars.

Many millions died violent deaths from murder, death squads, purges, riots, revolutions, ethnic cleansing, rape, robbery, domestic violence, suicide, gang.

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This collection of engaging case studies on violence and violent deaths reveals how violence is reconstructed from skeletal and contextual information. Book Review Bioarchaeological and Forensic Perspectives on Violence: How Violent Death is Interpreted from Skeletal Remains.

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This title focuses on the need to better understand violence, both lethal and non-lethal, to become aware of the many forms of violence, and to learn how to survive in the aftermath of violent death. Book Summary: The title of this book is Perspectives on Violence and Violent Death (Death, Value and Meaning Series) and it was written by Robert G.

Stevenson and Gerry R. Cox, Robert G Stevenson, Gerry R Cox. This particular edition is in a Hardcover format. This books publish date is and it has a suggested retail price of $Pages: Violent losses within the scope of human-caused disaster or mass violence are likely to have a disruptive effect on the individual's core assumptions about the world and other people (Currier.

To this point, the research literature that has been presented for readers has approached the issue of violence from more traditional (non-critical) perspectives, which tend to focus largely on those acts that are deemed to be deviant (whether legally, socially, or morally) and/or where the offender is motivated to willfully inflict harm on a person or persons (Turpin and Kurtz, ).

Perspectives on Violence and Violent Death by Robert G. Stevenson and Gerry R. Cox (, Paperback). For those people on the frontier, this was their reality. Starving to death or being killed by a neighbor was a very real, daily possibility.

There wasn’t always a higher purpose to it, it just was. I think that is the point of the book and the violence contained within it. Sometimes, there’s no good reason for violence, it just is. One of the most notable and disturbing factors of this book is the lack of a moral.

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According to the Justice Department, a gang is a well defined group of youths between 10 and 22 years old.”. To be considered a “youth gang” a group must be involved in a pattern of criminal acts.

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