Violence and Politics: Globalization's Paradox

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Kent Worcester, Sally A. Bermanzohn, Mark Ungar
Psychology Press, 2002 - 256 pages
These essays cover a number of timely issues including pro-life terrorism, hate crimes, Islam's connection (or stereotyped connection) to violence, rape as a war crime and violence against those protesting for civil rights for women.
 

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Contents

INTRODUCTION
1
States Social Groups and Contentious Politics
11
CHAPTER TWO
32
CHAPTER THREE
48
CHAPTER FOUR
67
CHAPTER FIVE
90
Identities Adversaries and Democratic Values
125
CHAPTER EIGHT
146
CHAPTER NINE
165
CHAPTER TEN
184
CHAPTER ELEVEN
209
CHAPTER TWELVE
226
Contributors
245
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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.

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