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Structural Violence as a Form of Genocide. The Impact of the International Economic Order

  title={Structural Violence as a Form of Genocide. The Impact of the International Economic Order},
  author={Nafeez Mosaddeq Ahmed},
Structural violence is rarely seen as a form of genocide. Significant deficiencies in existing conceptualizations of both genocide and structural violence suggest that this is unwarranted. The concept of genocide must be expanded to include a wider variety of target human groups, whereas the concept of structural violence must be extended to include a greater appreciation of the role of agential intent in the production and reproduction of unequal violent structures. This reveals logical and… 

Teoría de la violencia exterminista. Sobre la centralidad de la violencia física legitimada / Theory of Exterminist Violence. On the Centrality of Legitimated Physical Violence

  • Alberto J. Ribes
  • Political Science
    Revista Española de Investigaciones Sociológicas
  • 2019
Emphasis on simbolic or structural violence and on the nowadays effects of neoliberalism are neglecting an urgent topic of research: exterminist physical violence. We may consider adding exterminist

Teoría de la violencia exterminista. Sobre la centralidad de la violencia física legitimada

espanolEl enfasis en la violencia simbolica o estructural y en los efectos del neoliberalismo esta oscureciendo un tema de investigacion urgente: la violencia fisica exterminista. Podriamos

“They’re Not Closing This School, We Won’t Let Them”

  • Kevin Miller
  • Sociology
    Journal of human rights and social work
  • 2021
This autoethnography details the story of my personal experience in the field as a social work MSW and Ph.D. student, working as the facilitator of a human rights-based after-school and summer



The Constitution of Society. Outline of the Theory of Structuration

Anthony Giddens has been in the forefront of developments in social theory for the past decade. In "The Constitution of Society" he outlines the distinctive position he has evolved during that period

The Decline of the Development Contract and the Development of Violent Internal Conflict

The central argument of the paper is that the development contract that characterised North-South interaction prior to 1980 has been steadily declining since that time. Instead of concern with

The Genocidal Mentality: Nazi Holocaust and Nuclear Threat

This book is interesting, frightening, wise, and important. In another highly provocative collaborative effort, this time with sociologist Eric Markusen, psychiatrist Robert Jay Lifton has succeeded

Colonial Constructions and African Initiatives: The History of Ethnicity in Northwestern Ghana

The article discusses the colonial construction of ethnic categories, their linkage with precolonial models of identity and the multiple meanings which ethnicity has assumed for different groups over

The New Imperialism: Crisis and Contradictions in North/South Relations

* 1. Capitalist Development in Historical Context * 2. Imperialism and the Issue of Large-Scale Changes in Capitalism * 3. The Post-World War Two Era * 4. Development: Theory versus Practice * 5. The

Economic Development in Communist China

  • C. Clark
  • Economics
    Journal of Political Economy
  • 1976
This text is an extension of a previous study, covering the period from the 1930s to 1959, published by the present writer in 1965. The results of the earlier study (amended) are included in the

Hungry Ghosts: Mao's Secret Famine

In the tradition of John Hersey's "Hiroshima," journalist Jasper Becker's penetrating account of China's four-year famine uncovers the truth behind one of the darkest chapters in history. "Hungry

The Globalization of Poverty and the New World Order

Introduction The Globalisation of Poverty Global falsehoods Policing Countries Through Loan "Conditionalities" The World Bank and Women's Rights The Global Cheap-Labour Economy Somalia: The Real

The Middle East and Central Asia: An Anthropological Approach

I. INTRODUCTION. 1. Anthropology, the Middle East, and Central Asia. 2. Intellectual Predecessors: East and West. II. LOCATIONS: REGION, ECONOMY, AND SOCIETY. 3. Village and Community. 4. Pastoral

Super Imperialism: The Origin and Fundamentals of U.S. World Dominance

Preface to the second edition, 2002 Birth of the American World Order - 1914-1946: Origins of Inter-Governmental Debt, 1917-1921 Breakdown of World Balance, 1921-1933 America Spurns World Leadership