Vivre Sans Violence

Author: Micheline CHRISTEN
Publisher: Eres
ISBN: 2749233275
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Depuis la parution de cet ouvrage en 2004, les violences conjugales ont été mises sur le devant de la scène : affaire Trintignant, campagnes de communication... Ce n'est pas pour autant que les réponses à ces violences ont progressé. Malgré les lois, les circulaires qui peuvent faire penser que les violences (conjugales) sont une cause nationale, l'Etat ne cesse de se désengager - suppression de crédits aux associations de prévention et de traitement, aux centres d'hébergement et de réinsertion sociale (CHRS) augmentation du niveau d'incohérence due au fonctionnement de la Justice... La réédition des travaux menés par une équipe de thérapeutes familiaux de Marseille s'est alors imposée, d'autant qu'elle bénéficie du bilan qu'ils ont tiré de leur expérience. Ils nous incitent à penser la complexité des phénomènes violents pour ne pas céder au manichéisme - qu'il soit individuel, familial, social, politique ou scientifique - qui engendre lui-même les violences. Micheline Christen est assistante de service social (13), Charles Heim, Michel Silvestre et Catherine Vasselier-Novelli sont psychologues (13).

Vivre Sans Violence

Author: Yann Pehore
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Choisir de vivre dans la non-violence. Comprendre comment naissent les conflits, comment eviter la violence ordinaire et vivre en paix. Ce livre illustre la communication non-violente, une reflexion sur les themes de paix et la connexion entre les etres humains.

Vivre Sans Violences

Author: Micheline Christen
Publisher:
ISBN: 9782749212166
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Depuis la parution de cet ouvrage en 2004, les violences conjugales ont été mises sur le devant de la scène : affaire Trintignant, campagnes de communication... Ce n'est pas pour autant que les réponses à ces violences ont progressé. Malgré les lois, les circulaires qui peuvent faire penser que les violences (conjugales) sont une cause nationale, l'Etat ne cesse de se désengager (suppression de crédits aux associations de prévention et de traitement, aux centres d'hébergement et de réinsertion sociale (CHRS) augmentation du niveau d'incohérence due au fonctionnement de la Justice...) La réédition des travaux menés par une équipe de thérapeutes familiaux de Marseille s'est alors imposée, d'autant qu'elle bénéficie du bilan qu'ils ont tiré de leur expérience. Ils nous incitent à penser la complexité des phénomènes violents pour ne pas céder au manichéisme qu'il soit individuel, familial, social, politique ou scientifique et qui engendre lui-même les violences.

Violence In Canada

Author: Jeffrey Ross
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 1351299867
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Many people consider Canada, particularly in comparison to its southern cousin, as a "peaceable kingdom." However, as the historical record demonstrates, Canadians have never been a thoroughly non-violent people. Violence in Canada highlights from an interdisciplinary perspective the major areas and contexts where violence takes place.Consisting of thirteen contributions, the book forms an indispensable guide to the subject. All of the authors are experts in their field, many with international reputations, and are drawn from the fields of sociology, political science, history, and criminology. The foreword by Ted Robert Gurr, author of Violence in America, is followed by an historical analysis of violence on the Canadian western frontier. Other scholars describe contemporary violence: by and against indigenous peoples, women, children, and the elderly; in labor-related disputes; homicide; police and prison violence; terrorism; and discuss government responses and policy implications. Each chapter specifically addresses the sociological and political dimensions of violence. The authors make ample use of statistics and empirical research. Jeffrey Ian Ross's introduction outlines the sociopolitical dynamics of violence, and his summary chapter offers directions for future research. When the book was first published in 1995 it was widely praised by scholarly journals and has since become a standard text in the study of violence and modern Canadian cultural studies.The book is all the more valuable as its new introduction places its findings in the context of research that has been produced since the original publication. Violence in Canada will be of interest to sociologists, criminologists, and political scientists.Jeffrey Ian Ross is an associate professor in the Division of Criminology, Criminal Justice and Social Policy and fellow with the Center for Comparative and International Law, University of Baltimore. His work has appeared in many academic journals and chapters in academic texts, as well as articles in popular magazines in Canada and the United States. He is the author, co-author, editor, or co-editor of eight books.Ted Robert Gurr is Distinguished University Professor at the University of Maryland. Among his books are Why Men Rebel and Violence in America.

Violence In Canada

Author: Jeffrey Ian Ross
Publisher: Transaction Publishers
ISBN: 9781412841085
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Many people consider Canada, particularly in comparison to its southern cousin, as a "peaceable kingdom." However, as the historical record demonstrates, Canadians have never been a thoroughly non-violent people. Violence in Canada highlights from an interdisciplinary perspective the major areas and contexts where violence takes place. Consisting of thirteen contributions, the book forms an indispensable guide to the subject. All of the authors are experts in their field, many with international reputations, and are drawn from the fields of sociology, political science, history, and criminology. The foreword by Ted Robert Gurr, author of Violence in America, is followed by an historical analysis of violence on the Canadian western frontier. Other scholars describe contemporary violence: by and against indigenous peoples, women, children, and the elderly; in labor-related disputes; homicide; police and prison violence; terrorism; and discuss government responses and policy implications. Each chapter specifically addresses the sociological and political dimensions of violence. The authors make ample use of statistics and empirical research. Jeffrey Ian Ross's introduction outlines the sociopolitical dynamics of violence, and his summary chapter offers directions for future research. When the book was first published in 1995 it was widely praised by scholarly journals and has since become a standard text in the study of violence and modern Canadian cultural studies. The book is all the more valuable as its new introduction places its findings in the context of research that has been produced since the original publication. Violence in Canada will be of interest to sociologists, criminologists, and political scientists. Jeffrey Ian Ross is an associate professor in the Division of Criminology, Criminal Justice and Social Policy and fellow with the Center for Comparative and International Law, University of Baltimore. His work has appeared in many academic journals and chapters in academic texts, as well as articles in popular magazines in Canada and the United States. He is the author, co-author, editor, or co-editor of eight books. Ted Robert Gurr is Distinguished University Professor at the University of Maryland. Among his books are Why Men Rebel and Violence in America.

Understanding Violent Crime

Author: 3rd Jones, 3rd
Publisher: McGraw-Hill Education (UK)
ISBN: 0335231950
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This book provides a concise yet thorough and extensive account of the main explanations of violent behaviour. It draws upon sociological and psychological perspectives on violence as part of a coherent approach to the study of a phenomenon that raises wide public concern.