Violence, Inequality, and Human Freedom (Third Edition)

Violence, Inequality, and Human Freedom (Third Edition)

By: Anson D. Shupe (author), Peter Iadicola (author)Paperback

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Violence: The Enduring Problem, by Alex Alvarez and Ronet Bachman *Paper, Sage 2007, $52.95, 360 pg. (9781412916851), 124 PA, 75 BS, Pubtrack Spring & Summer 2007 -- Fall 2011: 1120 new units (714 used) *Focuses on violent crime, less discussion of international or structural violence. Violence and Society, edited by Matthew Silberman *Paper, Prentice Hall, 2002, $82.80, 364 pg. (9780130967732), 27 PA, 57 BS, Pubtrack Spring & Summer 2007 -- Fall 2011: 272 new units (214 used) *A reader that looks at many kinds of violence. Criminal Violence: Patterns, Causes, and Prevention, by Marc Riedel and Wayne Welch *2nd edition, Paper, Oxford, 2007, $49.95, 400 pg (9780195332483), 61 PA, 174 BS, Pubtrack Spring & Summer 2007 -- Fall 2011: 1654 new units (1086 used) *3rd edition, Oxford, 2011, $54.95, 384 pg., (978-0199738786). Pubtrack Fall 2010 -- Fall 2011: 507 new units (153 used) *Only discusses criminal violence, not the full range of individual and structural violence that our book includes. Violence and Nonviolence: Pathways to Understanding, by Gregg Barak *Paper, Sage, 2003, $69.9 5, 360 pg (9780761926962), 116 PA, 145 BS, Pubtrack Spring & Summer 2007 -- Fall 2011: 276 new units (336 used) *We are publishing a second edition of this book in spring 2013. Promote together?

About Author

Peter Iadicola is professor of sociology at Indiana University-Purdue University, Fort Wayne. He has published widely in journals including Social Justice: A Journal of Crime, Conflict, and World Order and Journal of Contemporary Sociology. Anson Shupe (1948-2015) was professor of sociology at Indiana University-Purdue University, Fort Wayne. He was author or editor of a number of books, including Rogue Clerics: The Social Problem of Clergy Deviance.

Contents

Preface Chapter One: The Domain of Violence Chapter Two: The Cultural Roots of Violence Chapter Three: Interpersonal Violence: Murder and Rape Chapter Four: Family Violence Chapter Five: Educational Violence Chapter Six: Religious Violence Chapter Seven: Economic Violence Chapter Eight: State Violence Chapter Nine: Structural Violence Chapter Ten: Conclusion: Violence, Inequality, and Human Freedom About the Authors

Product Details

  • ISBN13: 9781442209497
  • Format: Paperback
  • Number Of Pages: 540
  • ID: 9781442209497
  • weight: 835
  • ISBN10: 1442209496
  • edition: Third Edition

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