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Violence: A Reader (main Trends Of The Modern World)
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Violence: A Reader (main Trends Of The Modern World)

 
ISBN:   0814799000   List Price:    INR 1,626.10
ISBN-13:   9780814799000       (USD 23.00)
Publisher:   New York University Press   Pages:    304
Binding:   Paperback   Weight:    1.2 Pounds
Dimension:   8.6 x 5.8 x 0.8 Inches   Language:    English
Pub. Year:   2002      
Category:   Social Science / Sociology
 
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Historians consider the previous century to have been one of the most violent periods in human history. As we move into an era where violence is sanitized and normalized in the media, and depicted as glamorous and fun, how will we relate to the violence in our midst? Why do people and their governments choose to engage in violent activity? How to peaceful people who live under violent conditions such as warfare or domestic abuse make sense of it? Catherine Besteman tackles these questions in more >>


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