Doing Justice without the State: The Afikpo (Ehugbo) Nigeria

Format: Hardcover

Language: English

Format: PDF / Kindle / ePub

Size: 10.15 MB

Downloadable formats: PDF

Besides being an active member of the Center’s intellectual agenda through the academic year, Fellows will be expected to offer an upper-level interdisciplinary undergraduate seminar on a subject of their choice during the spring of the fellowship year. Wellford, professor in the department of criminology and criminal justice at the University of Maryland and chairman of the committee that wrote the report. In other words, I did lot understand the Precentered Stage until I knew and had experienced be- ng centered.

Pages: 280

Publisher: Routledge; 1 edition (July 25, 2006)

ISBN: 0415977290

Narrative Mediation : A New Approach to Conflict Resolution

Denied a Chance: How gun control helped a stalker murder my husband

Violent Origins

International Encyclopeadia of Nonviolence (Five Volume Set)

The Streets Have Eyes

Female Life In Prison, Volume 2...

Perspectives on violence and violent death. (Death, value, and meaning series)

If you've ever done something in a group that you would not do if you were alone, it's likely that you experienced conformity; your attitudes, beliefs, and/or behaviors were influenced by other people. One of the most well-known illustrations of conformity is Solomon Asch's conformity experiments. The experiment was set up as follows: Research participants would enter a room and sit at a table with several other people (who were confederates, meaning they were actually helping with the research) The Technology of Nonviolence: Social Media and Violence Prevention. Whatever beliefs we hold about reality are contextually defined and culturally constructed. Orthodox epistemology and commonsense thinking influenced by it tend to be atomistic, monologi-cal, and representational, whereas constructivism is holistic, instrumentalist, and pragmatic DOGS OF THE HELLFIRE. Schutz suggests that the pure features or "vivid phases" (CPU, p. 27; CPI, p. 173) of relations can only be grasped in reflection. This is so because even though the We-relation is the most "direct" experience individuals can have of the other, it is through and through a "medi- ate" experience Bullying: The Social Destruction of Self. Registered in England & Wales No. 3099067 Inquiries should be directed to Does anyone have a sense of the timeline for this? --No idea. If anyone has info on this, it would be so helpful to know! Call for applications: The Annette Strauss Institute is seeking a postdoctoral fellow to direct and participate in organized research focused on civic life and community engagement for the Annette Strauss Institute for Civic Life at the University of Texas at Austin When Hate Happens, So Does Other Bad Stuff: Respect Diversity -- Teach Tolerance -- Fight Hate!. Cries of 'that'll teach 'em" or "that'll show 'em we mean business" or that'll keep 'em in their place" echoed throughout every area where a lynching occurred. As recently as 1991 in Crown Heights, New York, a group of black men lynched a rabbinical student named Yankel Rosenbaum in retaliation for the traffic death of a local black boy. The retaliatory action was part of a larger race riot Terror, Violence and the Impulse to Destroy: Perspectives from Analytical Psychology.

Download Doing Justice without the State: The Afikpo (Ehugbo) Nigeria Model (African Studies) pdf

Harper and Row Publishers. ↑ Pettit, Nathan C., Kevyn Yong, and Sandra E. Holding Your Place: Reactions to the Prospect of Status Gains and Losses. Journal of Experimental Social Psychology. 46, 2:396-401. ↑ Schwalbe, Michael, and Douglas Schrock. 1996. “Identity Work as Group Process.” Advances in Group Processes, 13:113-147. ↑ Schwalbe, Michael, Sandra Godwin, Daphne Holden, Douglas Schrock, Shealy Thompson, and Michele Wolkomir. 2000. “Generic Processes in the Reproduction of Inequality: An Interactionist Analysis.” Social Forces 79: 419-452. ↑ Asch, S The Better Angels of Our Nature: The Decline of Violence in History and Its Causes. See where we've been, and join us for our next century Political Violence in Twentieth-Century Europe. S. nuclear policy" (Schurr et al. 1979, 356). This policy failure has more to do with the politics of nuclear waste than with the technical and scientific aspects of nuclear waste disposal (Easterling and Kunreuther 1995) Transforming Conflict through Insight.

Coups from Below: Armed Subalterns and State Power in West Africa

We are especially interested in scholars whose spatial framework transcends national borders to focus on the movement of gendered bodies in transnational arenas, whether through migration, trafficking, travel, imperial politics, slavery, or other processes of exchange. Candidates must complete all requirements for the PhD by July 1, 2015, or have received the PhD no earlier than the fall semester of 2011 The Struggle for Recognition: Moral Grammar of Social Conflicts. During this celebration, Mardi Gras beads, plastic beads that are vir- tually worthless at other times of the year, take on enormous value War and the Future (Italy, France and Britain at War). Other interactions, however, involve nongovernmental actors — individu- als or organizations — and we consider these interactions "transnational." Even if they move more quickly this year, wouldn't expect to hear anything for a while yet. Searches are mysterious. (2/17) Still nothing, or has anyone heard anything? (3/16) The Princeton Society of Fellows, an interdisciplinary group of scholars in the humanities, social sciences, and selected natural sciences, invites applications for the 2015-2018 Fellowship competition Ritual Abuse: What It Is, Why It Happens, and How to Help. In fact, the effectiveness of healthcare is extremely difficult to measure, not only because of medical uncertainty, but because of intangible quantities like quality of life Researching Violently Divided Societies: Ethical and Methodological Issues. A group of town counselors in a small city in a West African country met to discuss solutions to the challenges of a rapidly growing population. Over the past few decades, high local birthrates had led to a doubling of the local population. More people now wanted land to build homes, but land was also needed to grow more food Trouble with the Neighbours. For k > 3.2 we observe instability in the former stable sigmoid curves and these fluctuations intensify with increasing values of k. (As shown above, for k = 3.15 regular fluctuations are observable. Figure Ic, but higher values of k lead to less "regularity" and increased instability.) When k = 4, there is complete "chaos," as previously defined Performance and Activism: Grassroots Discourse after the Los Angeles Rebellion of 1992.

Death by Domestic Violence: Preventing the Murders and Murder-Suicides (Social and Psychological Issues: Challenges and Solutions)

Violence and Security on Campus: From Preschool through College

Murder and Violence in Modern Latin America

Conflict Resolution and Peacebuilding in Laos: Perspective for Today's World (Routledge Contemporary Southeast Asia Series)

Discourses of Denial: Mediations of Race, Gender, and Violence

The Politics of Genocide

Peace Power for Adolescents: Strategies for a Culture of Nonviolence

To Tame the Hydra: Undermining the Culture of Violence

Reclaiming Our Children: A Healing Plan For A Nation In Crisis

The Lesser Evil: Political Ethics in an Age of Terror

Nomadology: The War Machine

Why We Snap: Understanding the Rage Circuit in Your Brain

Karachi: Ordered Disorder and the Struggle for the City

Social Media Monsters: Internet Killers (Lg Print)

The Truth About Abuse


Resolving Conflict Sooner

Redefining Rape

The Rule of Bureaucracy: A Reflection on Chinese Criminal Justice (Criminal Justice: Recent Scholarship)

Awarded by the Faculty of Medicine, upon recommendation of Global Health Programs, to one or more postdoctoral fellows on the basis of academic merit The Uncivil War: The Rise of Hate, Violence, and Terrorism in America. However, this left me no wiser or conceptually better off. Of my first 28 years on earth this had certainly been the most intense, all-encom- passing experience I had ever had. My understanding, or what I thought I understood at the time, of myself and the world around me had been radically altered in a matter of minutes. I would spend the next five years obsessed with my attempts to understand how and why this happened to me while at the same time employing various techniques I believed would help me to find my way back to that dazzling state of blissful knowing.' During this period 1 read a great deal about apparently similar experiences of others, but all these reported encounters came with an attached worldview Violence and Civilization: An Introduction to the Work of Norbert Elias. Sheridan Smith, (New York: Pantheon, 1972), p. 218. Henceforth cited as AK. " Burke, Kenneth, and Malcolm Cowley, The Selected Correspondence of Kenneth Burke and Malcobn Coivley, 1915-1981, ed. Paul Jay, (Berkeley: University of California Press, 1990), p. 237. ^"^ Brenkman, John, Culture and Domination, (Ithaca: Cornell University Press, 1987), p. 146-147. -'' Burke, Kenneth, A Grammar of Motives, (Berkeley: University of California Press, 1969) p. xix Revolutions without Borders: The Call to Liberty in the Atlantic World. Debt, austerity and expanding inequalities are central features of the ongoing crisis of capitalism, but current patterns are not entirely novel. Anthropologists can illuminate the moral, discursive, and political issues surrounding finance, as well as the shifting social relations of which they are a part. Class formation, moral economy and politics (‘regulation’, ‘mobilization’) are inseparable from this agenda The Demon Lover : The Roots of Terrorism. The problem of bracketing in phenomenology Freedom with Violence: Race, Sexuality, and the US State (Perverse Modernities: A Series Edited by Jack Halberstam and Lisa Lowe). Primary themes and topics include evolutionary, environmental, structural, functional, economic, processural and post-processual approaches and applications World in Harmony: Dialogues on Compassionate Action. Du skall icke tro, att du kan l�ra oss n�got. -- You shall not believe you can teach us anything. Based on this "law" I am currently running a study in collaboration with a colleague in the States which makes a cross-cultural comparison of the self-serving bias. The idea is that Swedes are less likely to extol their virtues than Americans, unless permitted to do so anonymously The “Culture Of Silence” Contributes To Perpetuating Domestic Violence: A Case Study Of Family Life In The Brong Ahafo Region Of Ghana. The structural-functionalist approach argued that society tends toward equilibrium, focusing on stability at the expense of social change. This is contrasted with the conflict approach, which argues that society is constantly in conflict over resources. One of the primary contributions conflict theory presents over the structural-functional approach is that it is ideally suited for explaining social change, a significant problem in the structural-functional approach Collaborating against Human Trafficking: Cross-Sector Challenges and Practices. In a series of empirical studies of assemblies of people, McPhail (1991) [12] argues that crowds vary along a number of dimensions, and that traditional stereotypes of emotionality and unanimity often do not describe what happens in crowds Collaborating against Human Trafficking: Cross-Sector Challenges and Practices.