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conceptualization of political violence.

by Henry Clarke Dolive

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Published .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Violence.

  • The Physical Object
    Paginationviii, 262 leaves.
    Number of Pages262
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL23684524M
    OCLC/WorldCa14100356

    The Concept of the Political (German: Der Begriff des Politischen) is a book by the German philosopher and jurist Carl Schmitt, in which the author examines the fundamental nature of the "political" and its place in the modern : Carl Schmitt. Book Description. Women have participated in political violence throughout history, yet the concept of women as active proponents and perpetrators of political violence and terrorism is not widely accepted. Viewed as being forced by partners, sexually abused or brainwashed, the possibility of political motives is not often considered.

    This book provides a unique perspective, at once scholarly and fully engaged, on the political violence in South Africa during 'The Time of the Comrades' in the mids. The work of a group of social scientists and professionals, whose . This book offers a psychosocial perspective on political violence, employing a strong current of psychoanalytic thinking. In the course of its chapters an international roster of researchers and scholars offers a richly complex and insightful view of diverse forms of political violence .

    Political factors as in the research question and objective refer to any activity undertake by any political party in an election which lead to violence. Examples are the mode of campaigning in an election, the use of state resources (abuse of incumbency) especially by the party in power as against the electoral laws. lated use of unlawful violence or threat of unlawful violence to inculcate fear; intended to coerce or to intimidate governments or societies in the pursuit of goals that are generally political, religious, or ideological.” 17 •• U.S. Department of State: terrorism is “premeditated, politically motivated violence.


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Conceptualization of political violence by Henry Clarke Dolive Download PDF EPUB FB2

This book explores the evolutionary context of terrorism and political violence. While evolutionary thinking has come to permeate both biological and social-science theorising, it has not yet been applied systematically to the areas of terrorism and political violence.

This volume seeks to do this Paperback – Routledge Political. In this book, Coady re-examines a range of urgent problems pertinent to political violence against the background of a contemporary approach to just war thinking. The problems examined include: the right to make war and conduct war, terrorism, revolution, humanitarianism, mercenary warriors, the ideal of peace and the right way to end by: 9.

TOWARD THE CONCEPTUALIZATION OF POLITICAL VIOLENCE Literature attempting to squarely confront the question of the political significance of violence is practically non-existent.

As a rule, political scientists are much more likely to work within a more limited framework which specif-ically confines attention to particular aspects of the topic. Instances of terrorist violence are understood by the conventional terrorism discourse as part of a wider strategic plan to destabilise and undermine the political position of the state.

This is apparent when acts of terrorism are seen in comparison to acts of violence, Author: Jason Franks. “Political violence” is conceptualization of political violence. book ambiguous concept and its definition involves some controversy (Della Porta 2) for it implies defining not only what “political” but also what “violence.

Political Area While political violence typically affects policy, the magnitude of policy change may range greatly. On the one extreme, the change may entail the transformation of the state itself. Historically, this has been especially the case with regard to separatist movements.

Albert Jongman, Political Terrorism: A New Guide to Actors, Authors, Concepts, Data bases, Theories and Literature: Terrorism is an anxiety-inspiring method of repeated violent action, employed by (semi-) clandestine individual, group, or state actors, for idiosyncratic, criminal, or political reasons, whereby—in contrast to.

Two Concepts of Violence Article (PDF Available) in Political Studies Review 3(2) February with 6, Reads How we measure 'reads'. In organising this section we seek to further the development of research on political violence in Europe and globally, to contribute to establishing an international network of scholars working in this field and to promote the publication of outputs such co-edited books or special issues of international journals.

The end of the nineteenth century saw two major developments in the history of political violence. The first was a change in its meaning with the concept of propaganda by the deed. Violence was no longer just revenge or the elimination of a tyrant.

The violence itself became propaganda to inspire masses to rise up and make the revolution. and the question of preventing violence is especially acute for many countries.

New ways need to be found to tackle this violence, if such countries are to have true hopes of stability and then also of coherence and well-being. This was the primary concern of the ‘Reducing Political Violence Action Group (RPVAG)’ established in For this work alone, the book is worth owning, however she also continues and offers poignant and insightful comments on the role of photography in the political violence of Warsaw, China, Sierra Leone and Abu Ghraib, and concludes with exceptional critical comments on some of the most important photographers of violence: Robert Capa, James Cited by: Audio Books & Poetry Community Audio Computers, Technology and Science Music, Arts & Culture News & Public Affairs Non-English Audio Spirituality & Religion Librivox Free Audiobook Alex Lopez Dj Jovan Walker's Hope Line Nakama Cast Gunnercast ZA Next Move Podcast HS Video: Sources of Retirement Income - V - Rebrand Live.

from the Man CavePages: 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 international community attempt to resolve political : $ Vorobej opts from the outset for a wider concept of violence and not for restricting it to cases of direct physical harm.

With these cases and the more commonsensical notion of interpersonal violence the analysis begins. The first definition is borrowed from. Abstract. The aim of this review article is to explore some theoretical issues regarding the nature and scope of violence. There are two ways of thinking about violence: in terms of an act of force, or in terms of a violation.

Those who define violence as an intentional act of excessive or destructive force endorse a narrow conception of violence Cited by: Attempts, however, have been and are still being made to neutralize the concept of political violence by the use of terms such as 'domestic conflict' and 'political instability' among others.

Rummel [24] and Tanter [28] use the term 'domestic. SOCIAL AND ECONOMIC STUDIES. political violence in Kenya and the responses undertak-en, while at the same time engaging more theoretically with the question of how to prevent political violence.

CONCEPTUALISING POLITICAL VIOLENCE Political violence is a so-called ‘essentially contested concept’, and the premise that a universal understanding. This article argues for a conceptualization of electoral violence as a specific sub-category of political violence, determined mainly by its timing and target.

The enabling conditions and triggering factors can be identified in three main areas: 1) the nature of politics in conflict societies, 2) the nature of competitive elections, and 3) the Cited by: 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 international community attempt to resolve political violence.

The Ashgate Research Companion to Political Violence book. The Ashgate Research Companion to Political Violence. This chapter sets out to consider some of the problems that cluster around the concept of political violence, starting with an examination of the boundaries between political violence and other forms of violence.

Author: John Darby.Political Violence @ A Glance is supported by the UC Institute of Global Conflict & Cooperation, a University of California think tank specializing in research, training, and policy engagement around issues related to international security, economic development, political violence and its antecedents, and peace building.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.