3 edition of Environment of violence found in the catalog.
Environment of violence
C. Warren Hunt
Includes bibliographical references (p. 186-191) and index.
|Statement||by C. Warren Hunt.|
|LC Classifications||QE28.3 .H86 1990|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xi, 199 p. :|
|Number of Pages||199|
|LC Control Number||91152992|
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“[The book’s] assertion that violence and the environment may be linked, and its conclusion that most big developing countries appear to be hurtling toward more internal conflict, are too important and intriguing to be left to an academic audience.” –John Stackhouse, Toronto Globe and Mail “This volume is for anyone with professional or deep personal interests in the . Nixon’s Slow Violence is the first book in environmental literary studies to explore the connection between natural resource extraction and petro-imperialism Slow Violence eschews dense prose and indecipherable academic jargon for the rigorous, clear writing of someone with the mind of a critic and the heart of a humanist.
BOTH THE words "environment" and "violence" have so many meanings that they require some definition of how they can be of use . An environment of violence between anyone tends to increase the acceptance, and perceived effectiveness, of violence. Violence ignored is violence allowed. I believe workplace violence can be reduced if we are all willing to combine preparation and preparedness with an appropriate and unwavering response.
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Environment of Violence Hardcover – January 1, by C. Warren Hunt (Author)5/5(1). "This book calls for a bold new fusion of a multifaceted political economy with environmental and cultural politics to address the real landscapes of violence.
Opening up a vast new arena for debate, discussion, and political action, Violent Environments establishes convincing grounds for a thorough rethinking of the subject.3/5(1).
: Environment of Environment of violence book Readings of Cataclysm Cast in Stone (): Hunt, C. Warren: Books5/5(1). The Biology of Violence (How Understanding the Brain, Behavior, and Environment Can Break the Vicious Circle of Aggression) Hardcover – January 6, Cited by: Violent Environments portrays violence as a site-specific phenomenon rooted in local histories and societies, yet connected to larger processes of material transformation and power relations.
The authors argue that specific resource environments, including tropical forests and oil reserves, and environmental processes. 'Slow violence' from climate change, toxic drift, deforestation, oil spills, and the environmental aftermath of war occurs gradually and often invisibly.
Rob Nixon focuses on the inattention we have paid to the lethality of many environmental crises, in contrast with the sensational, spectacle-driven messaging that impels public activism today. Nixon’s Slow Violence is the first book in environmental literary studies to explore the connection between natural resource extraction and petro-imperialism Slow Violence eschews dense prose and indecipherable academic jargon for the rigorous, clear writing of someone with the mind of a critic and the heart of a humanist.
From now on, thanks to this book, no discussion on environmentalism would be complete without taking slow violence /5(18). Workplace violence can be any act of violence, against persons or property, threats, intimidation, harassment, or other inappropriate, disruptive behavior that causes fear for personal safety at the work site.
Workplace violence can affect or involve employees, visitors, contractors, and other non-Federal employees. Environmental causes of violence David O.
Carpentera,⁎, Rick Nevina,b a Institute for Health and the Environment, University at Albany, Rensselaer, NYUnited States b National Center for Healthy Housing, Columbia, MDUnited States article info abstract Article history: Received 8 July Received in revised form 18 August Accepted 1.
The environmental influences on violence One of Furr-Holden’s recent papers, Not in My Back Yard: A Comparative Analysis of Crime around Publicly Funded Drug Treatment Centers, Liquor Stores, Convenience Stores, and Corner Stores in One Mid-Atlantic City, provides an example of how the built environment affects health and behavior.
Calling instances of environmental violence for what they are—deliberate for-profit exploitation and destruction of a region that causes measurable harm to the region’s inhabitants—lets us see that violence against the environment and violence against people are not separate issues.
They are one and the same thing. Thomas Homer-Dixon argues in this sobering book that these environmental scarcities will have profound social consequences — contributing to insurrections, ethnic clashes, urban unrest, and other forms of civil violence, especially in the developing world.
"[A] comprehensible model linking environmental scarcity and violence."--Stephen P. Adamian, Boston Book Review "Important and intriguing."--John Stackhouse, Globe and Mail "Clearly written and forcefully argued, Environment, Scarcity, and Violence is an excellent work."- Price: $ Thomas Homer-Dixon argues in this sobering book that these environmental scarcities will have profound social consequences--contributing to insurrections, ethnic clashes, urban unrest, and other forms of civil violence, especially in the developing -Dixon synthesizes work from a wide range of international research projects to.
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WORKPLACE OF TODAY Interestingly, the workplace of today is characterized by two opposing trends. On the one hand, employees are given leeway in the way they dress and act. On the other hand, the management’s tendency to micromanage has increased.
Two genes linked with violent crime. By Melissa that by themselves code for violence or crime". "To some extent we're all products of genetics and the environment but I don't think that robs.
Environment, Scarcity, and Violence book. Read 3 reviews from the world4/5. “Ethical veganism results in a profound revolution within the individual; a complete rejection of the paradigm of oppression and violence that she has been taught from childhood to accept as the natural order.
It changes her life and the lives of those .Additional Physical Format: Online version: Hunt, C. Warren (Charles Warren), Environment of violence. Calgary, Alberta, Canada: Polar Pub., ©Five sections examine major theoretical perspectives, genetic and environmental determinants, and the psychological and relational processes underlying human violence and aggression.
The tone of the book is realistic in its investigation of violence as an inherent part of human genetics and interaction, but hopeful in its exploration of Pages: