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Violence and women in Granada in the first half of the 18th century
Urban Chronic of the 17th century are plagued by dramatic events reflecting structural violence. For the city of Granada, the Anales de Henríquez de Jorquera show many cases of violence. Their list of cases is not exhaustive. The author prefers to select those with striking characteristics. However,...
Akhil Gupta. Red Tape. Bureaucracy, Structural Violence and Poverty in India
The book attempts to answer a central question for India, but also for all political science: in this country where the alternation of governments strictly obeys the verdict of universal franchise, where the poor voters participate much more in the elections than the rich and educated, where low cas...
The causes and consequences of the search for ‘guerrier capital’ among young people in the city
The aim here is to show the social organisation built by young people occupying the public space of their city, why and how they build it, as well as the legislative heterogeneity produced by that organisation by calling into question the State monopoly on physical violence. The aim of this approach...
Interview for the CONACYT Information Agency: structural violence generated by capitalism
Interview from Paloma Carreño Acuña to David Pavón-Cuéllar, published by the Information Agency of the National Council of Science and Technology (CONACYT) of Mexico on 6 November 2018, Morelia, Michoacán. 6 November 2018 (CONACYT Information Agency) — Capitalism not only produces objects, also prod...
Structural ganery violence in the Mrs. works. Dalloway and Horas
In this article, we discussed the violence suffered by women’s characters in Mrs. Dalloway (Woolf, 1925) and its adaptation The Hours (Daldry, 2002). Socio-cultural expectations lie with them, who have their lives invaded by external suggestions, dictated by male figures of power, to impose the way...
Young street women and marginalised women. What does the stories of the main stakeholders reveal to us?
work with young women in roaming situations often revolves around the concept of risk. If they present the street as a dangerous environment for young women, not least because of the risk of being subjected to one or more sexual assaults, they also help to present these young women as a criminal or...
Sexism and Aggression in Adolescence.¿How Do They Relate to Perceived Academic Achievement?
Sexist attitudes are rooted in patriarchal structures,which uphold traditional gender stereotypes, and which are still found in society today. Scholars have found gender differences in perceived academic achievement, with girls performing better than boys, and negative relationships between sexism a...
The investigation of deaths in custody: a qualitative analysis of problems and prospects.
The right to be treated humanely when detained is universally recognized. Deficiencies in detention conditions and violence, however, subvert this right. When this occurs, proper medico-legal investigations are critical irrespective of the nature of death. Unfortunately, the very context of custody...
“Chrysler Pulled the Trigger”: Competing Understandings of Workplace Violence During the 1970s and Radical Legal Practice
When “workplace violence” was identified as a pressing social problem in the 1980s and 1990s, experts and policymakers focused on the violence of individuals and the psychological causes of that violence, instead of considering the structural factors associated with the dynamics of class relations a...
The new violence in the global crisis
The article starts from the discovery of the complexity of the phenomenon of violence, either because of the wide range of actors involved or because of the heterogeneity of the factors affecting it, then goes on to briefly describe all the crises (economic, environmental, food and energy) that are...
The existential narrative of Mario Vargas Llosa, réquiem for the victims in Peru
The literary speech is committed from the 21st century perspective to literally observe and justify the rebellion of Mario Vargas Llosa as a cosmopolite writer and impeccable opposition to political violence and national and international terrorism against every repression, humiliation and anti-huma...
The participation of women in the protests of November 19,
, in conditions of long-standing violence and insecurity since the start of protests against successive governments after 2003, continued to increase women ' s participation in demonstrations and protests. During their participation in the 2019 protests, they demonstrated extraordinary strength and...
The international economic integration of Colombia : an international political economy approach
The opening of the Colombian economy, decided in 1990, was supposed to promote a new model of growth and development based on exports (and Foreign Direct Investment). This dissertation argues that the opening was not made in order to promote growth and development, and that these two phenomena did n...
Violence against women: knowledge and preparation of primary health care professionals in a municipality in southeastern Pará
O presente estudo teve o objetivo de quantificar e qualificar o conhecimento dos profissionais de saúde na abordagem da mulher vítima de qualquer tipo de agressão, em um município com altos índices de violência contra esse gênero no sudeste do Pará. Trata-se de uma pesquisa de natureza descritiva, a...
Social damage, zemiology and structural violence. New rethinking of the criminal issue in the light of the concepts of conflict, social harm and violence
This work will first analyse the origins and development of new approaches that, in our view, constitute the epistemological breakdown in the way we think the “criminal issue” and criminology (s). We will refer to the concept of social damage, the emerging science that would aim at quantifying and q...
Realities and challenges of territorial peace in Colombia
The main objective of this investigation is to answer the following question: what are the conditions and possibilities for establishing territorial peace in Colombia? As a result of the territorial dimension of the concordia becoming one of the most important concepts of the Colombian Government’s...
Politicised religion against institutionalised violence: the Teology of Liberation in the world’s religious imaginary
From its beginning in the late 60s in Latin America, the Teology of Liberation, both as a social-politico-religious movement as a theoretical reflection, influenced churches, religious communities, politically engaged groups, religious, ethnic, nationalist and ganery social movements in many parts o...
The space and definition of the social world
In the past twenty years, we have experienced an increasing focus on male violence against women in Italy. Media attention, political attention, people’s and communities’ attention. The practice of listening to and dealing with women in difficulties as a result of violence that began in the second h...
Maternités en lutte. Quelles maternités pour les travailleuses de l’ESR ?
Based on a call for testimonials launched in 2020, this brief report seeks to address the way in which higher education and research (HER), as a working environment, conditions relationships to motherhood according to various experiences in the constrained and competitive climate in which we live. I...
Interventions to prevent intimate partner violence in Latin and Spanish-American young people: a systematic review
Introduction. Intimate partner violence (VP) is a complex phenomenon composed of multiple micro and macro structural partners, and a priority for public health. The aim of the study was to identify interventions to prevent the VP targeted at Latin and Hispanoamerican populations through a systematic...
A Cross-national Study of Factors Influencing Violent Crimes at the Macro Level
Introduction Violence, the external symbol of misuse of power, misuse and unlawful use of it against public rights, laws and universal freedoms have been integral parts of human society and have occurred in various forms throughout the history. We do not have a society free of violence in the histor...
Punk, DIY, and Anarchy in Archaeological Thought and Practice
Recent developments in archaeological thought and practice involve a seemingly disparate selection of ideas that can be collected and organized as contributing to an anti-authoritarian, “punk” archaeology. This includes the contemporary archaeology of punk rock, the DIY and punk ethos of archaeologi...
The State of Israel and its non-Jewish minorities: the Israeli citizenship challenge for the Arab minority of Israel
The creation of the State of Israel dedicated the realisation of the sionist project and the formation of a Jewish state, but on the other hand led to a contradictory and complex situation for the Arab population who became Israeli citizens. This contradictory situation stems from the principle advo...
Juan Mayorga’s violencia in Himmelweg
The topic of violence is very present in most of Juan Mayorga’s theatre. In Himmelweg, it could be said that this violence is structural, i.e. it is violence of the situation, a situation of extreme violence. Or in other words, that violence is the dramatic skeleton of the room. The fundamental obje...
The Uneven Impacts of Violence against Women Reform in Guatemala: Intersecting Inequalities and the Patchwork State
In 2008 Guatemala passed legislation criminalizing various forms of violence against women and mandating the creation of courts that would specialize in such violence. This article demonstrates that these reforms’ impacts were unevenly felt, with the most marginalized benefiting the least. It explai...