Violence and Politics: Globalization's Paradox (New Political Science Reader)

Violence and Politics: Globalization's Paradox (New Political Science Reader)

By: Kenton Worcestor (editor), Mark Ungar (editor), Sally Avery Bermanzohn (editor)Hardback

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First Published in 2002. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.

About Author

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.


Violence and politics, Mark Ungar, Sally Avery Bermanzohn, Kenton Worcester. Part 1 States, social groups and contentious politics: violent and non-violent trajectories in contentious politics, Charles Tilly; private armies and the decline of the state, Ulric Shannon; state violence and LGBT rights, Mark Ungar; globalization, weak states and the death toll in Asia, Bridget Welsh; political Islam - inclusion or violence?, Najib Ghadbian; state rape - sexual violence as genocide, Lisa Sharlach. Part 2 Identities, adversaries and democratic values: from protest to retribution - the guerrilla politics of pro-life violence; violence, Martin Luther King, Jr., and the US civil rights movement, Sally Avery Bermanzohn; ethno-national conflicts, democratization and hate crime, Roger MacGinty; economics, violence and protest in Venezuela - a preview of the global future?, Margarita Lopez Maya, Luis E. Lander, Mark Ungar; the clash within - intrapsychically created enemies and their roles in ethno-nationalist conflict, Jeffrey Murer; fear and democracy, John Keane.

Product Details

  • ISBN13: 9780415931106
  • Format: Hardback
  • Number Of Pages: 262
  • ID: 9780415931106
  • weight: 590
  • ISBN10: 041593110X

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