2019, English, Book edition: The Routledge international handbook of violence studies / edited by Walter S. DeKeseredy, Callie Marie Rennison and Amanda K. Hall-Sanchez.

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The Routledge international handbook of violence studies / edited by Walter S. DeKeseredy, Callie Marie Rennison and Amanda K. Hall-Sanchez
 
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Edition
  • 1 Edition.
Physical Description
  • xxii, 492 pages ; 26 cm.
Published
  • London ; New York : Routledge, Taylor &​ Francis Group, 2019.
Language
  • English

Edition details

Title
  • The Routledge international handbook of violence studies /​ edited by Walter S. DeKeseredy, Callie Marie Rennison and Amanda K. Hall-Sanchez.
Also Titled
  • International handbook of violence studies
Other Authors
  • DeKeseredy, Walter S., 1959-, (editor.)
  • Rennison, Callie Marie, (editor.)
  • Hall-Sanchez, Amanda K., (editor.)
Edition
  • 1 Edition.
Published
  • London ; New York : Routledge, Taylor &​ Francis Group, 2019.
Content Types
  • text
Carrier Types
  • volume
Physical Description
  • xxii, 492 pages ; 26 cm.
Series
Subjects
Contents
  • Machine generated contents note: pt. I Gathering and analyzing violence data
  • Introduction to Part I /​ Amanda K. Hall-Sanchez
  • 1.Crime victimization survey research /​ Martin D. Schwartz
  • 2.Mixed methods in violence studies /​ Kai M. Thaler
  • 3.Using crime surveys as tools of critical insight and progressive change /​ Walter S. DeKeseredy
  • 4.Historical methods /​ Barry S. Godfrey
  • 5.Enhancing the quality of research on understudied populations /​ Sarah Lockwood
  • 6.The caring adult role: avoiding exploitation in youth violence ethnographies /​ Katherine Irwin
  • pt. II New ways of thinking theoretically about violence
  • Introduction to Part II /​ Amanda K. Hall-Sanchez
  • 7.Thinking theoretically about image-based sexual abuse: the contribution of male peer support theory /​ Martin D. Schwartz
  • 8.What's place got to do with it? Explaining violence in a rural context /​ Joseph F. Donnermeyer
  • 9.Theoretical perspectives on environmental violence /​ Rob White
  • Contents note continued: 10.Gender, violence, and multiple oppressions /​ Lisa Pasko
  • 11.The material reality of state violence: the case of police militarization /​ Shannon Williams
  • 12.Theorising "war" /​ Ross McGarry
  • 13.Masculinities and school shootings /​ Mariah Lewis-Elliott
  • 14.Feminist perspectives on state crimes against women /​ Victoria E. Collins
  • 15.Toward an ecological model of violence among African Americans /​ Carolyn M. West
  • pt. III Select topics in violence studies
  • Introduction to Part III /​ Amanda K. Hall-Sanchez
  • 16.Hate crime as cultural violence /​ James J. Nolan
  • 17.Adult pornography and violence against women /​ Walter S. DeKeseredy
  • 18.Urban industrial contamination and environmental justice /​ Daniel Renfrew
  • 19.Technology-facilitated coercive control /​ Claire Reid
  • 20.Child sexual abuse /​ Michael Salter
  • Contents note continued: 21.The impact of exposure to domestic violence on children and youth: considering strategies for intervention and cultivating resilience /​ Ramona Alaggia
  • 22.LGBTQ partner violence /​ Jennifer Roark
  • 23.Campus sexual assault /​ William F. Flack Jr.
  • 24.An alternative view of animal abuse: violence against the environment and all its creatures /​ Bonnie Berry
  • 25.Ecocide: violence against the planet /​ Olivia Hosier
  • 26.Gang violence /​ Timothy R. hanger
  • 27.Male hunting subcultures and violence against women /​ Amanda K. Hall-Sanchez
  • 28.Genocide /​ Christopher W. Mullins
  • 29.Violence and Indigenous communities /​ Juan Tauri
  • 30.Research on human trafficking: victim characteristics, consequences, service needs, and future research directions /​ Alexa Bejinariu
  • 31.Girls, gangs, violence, and justice: an overview /​ Meda Chesney-Lind
  • 32.Clergy-perpetrated child sexual abuse /​ Jodi Death
  • Contents note continued: 33.Male violence against women /​ Raquel Kennedy Bergen
  • 34.Key issues in the rape and sexual assault of adult women /​ Callie Marie Rennison
  • pt. IV New policy directions
  • Introduction to Part IV /​ Amanda K. Hall-Sanchez
  • 35.Hope and healing through arts behind bars /​ Jill Leslie Rosenbaum
  • 36.Ending abusive endings: curbing separation/​divorce violence against women /​ Martin D. Schwartz
  • 37.Resisting rape culture in digital society /​ Lisa Sugiura
  • 38.What can be done about state crimes against women? Some suggestions for the future /​ Anne M. Mahar.
Notes
  • Includes bibliographical references and index.
Language
  • English
ISBN
  • 9781138283442 (hardback)
Dewey Number
  • 303.6
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