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Violence in a Post-Conflict Context

Urban Poor Perceptions from Guatemala (Conflict Prevention and Post-Conflict Reconstruction)

by Moser, Caroline O. N.

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Published by World Bank Publications .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Violence in society,
  • Social Conflict,
  • Social Stratification,
  • Current Affairs,
  • Family / Parenting / Childbirth,
  • Politics/International Relations,
  • Conflict Resolution,
  • Political,
  • Poverty,
  • Attitudes,
  • Guatemala,
  • Public opinion,
  • Urban poor,
  • Violence

  • The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    Number of Pages163
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL11416727M
    ISBN 100821348361
    ISBN 109780821348369

    Yet, as our book Gender Violence in Australia: Historical Perspectives illustrates, understanding how gender violence occurred in the past can provide the necessary context to help respond to the. On the other hand, post-conflict is a “conflict situation in which open warfare has come to an end. Such situations remain tense for years or decades and can easily relapse into large-scale violence”. In post-conflict areas, there is an absence of war, but not essentially real peace.

      Background Exposure to armed conflict and/or war have been linked to an increase in intimate partner violence (IPV) against women. A substantial body of work has focused on non-partner rape and sexual violence in war and post-war contexts, but research about IPV is limited, particularly in Asian settings. This paper presents the finding of a study conducted in the Eastern Province of Sri . Utterson and Enfield ’s Sunday walk is a comforting, habitual practice of theirs, but as they pass the fateful street with the strange facade jutting out before them, their quiet is ended. This begins the pattern in the novel of innocence being rudely interrupted by violence. First, the little girl is trampled by the maid witnesses and is shocked into a faint by Hyde's murder of Carew.

    Islam, Women and Violence in Kashmir: Between India and Pakistan. Nyla Ali Khan. Tulika Books: New Delhi. pgs Rs. Paperback. Reviewed by Jaskiran Mathur1 Let me say at the very outset that this is a much-needed perspective on a region that has come to exemplify conflict per se, thus crowding out all time-honored allusions. rather on the agents of armed violence.7 The reintegration programme targets (i) ex-combatants excluded from the DDRR process and (ii) war-affected youth engaged in illegal and criminal activities, or at high risk of re-engaging in conflict. The programme seeks to reduce the incidence of armed violence perpetrated by these individuals by.


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Michael J. Boyle evaluates the dynamics of post-conflict violence and their consequences in Violence after War. In this systematic comparative study, Boyle analyzes a cross-national dataset of violent acts from 52 post-conflict states and examines, in depth, violence patterns from five recent post-conflict states: Bosnia, Rwanda, Kosovo, East Timor, and by: Abstract The study documents how people living in poor urban communities in Guatemala perceive violence.

Specifically, it identifies the categories of violence affecting poor communities, the costs of different types of violence, the effects on violence on social capital, the interventions employed by people to deal Violence in a Post-Conflict Context book violence, and the causes and effects of social exclusion.

Downloadable. The study documents how people living in poor urban communities in Guatemala perceive violence.

Specifically, it identifies the categories of violence affecting poor communities, the costs of different types of violence, the effects on violence on social capital, the interventions employed by people to deal with violence, and the causes and effects of social exclusion.

US$, cloth. ISBN This is the first comprehensive book on post-conflict violence in Indonesia. “Postconflict violence” in the title refers to violence that occurred after peace agreements were reached between warring parties in Indonesia, ending the large-scale extended violence (civil war and ethnic violence) during the democratic transition around the turn of the.

This book compares post-civil war societies to look at the presence or absence of organized violence, analysing why some ex-combatants return to organised violence and others do not. Even though former fighters have been identified as a major source of insecurity, there have been few efforts to systematically examine why some ex-combatants re.

The study documents how people living in poor urban communities in Guatemala perceive violence. Specifically, it identifies the categories of violence affecting poor communities, the costs of different types of violence, the effects on violence on social capital, the interventions employed by people to deal with violence, and the causes and effects of social exclusion.

Michael J. Boyle evaluates the dynamics of post-conflict violence and their consequences in Violence after War. In this systematic comparative study, Boyle analyzes a cross-national dataset of violent acts from 52 post-conflict states and examines, in depth, violence patterns from five recent post-conflict states: Bosnia, Rwanda, Kosovo, East Timor, and Iraq.

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Everyday low. Violence in a post-conflict context: urban poor perceptions from Guatemala: La violencia en el contexto del posconflicto: segun la percepcion de comunidades urbanas pobres de Guatemala (Spanish) Abstract.

The study documents how people living in poor urban communities in Guatemala perceive violence. Violence in a Post-Conflict Context: Urban Poor Perceptions from Guatemala addresses the perceptions of violence by the people living in poor communities in Guatemala.

It provides the results of a participatory study of violence conducted in urban low-income communities. Get this from a library. Violence in a post-conflict context: urban poor perceptions from Guatemala. [Caroline O N Moser; Cathy McIlwaine; World Bank.].

The brutality of such an environment further leads Blanche to her madness; therefore violence acts a destructive force that results in the downfall of Blanche’s sanity.

In conclusion, violence is a prevalent theme in A Streetcar Named Desire and holds ties with masculinity, alcohol and marriage.

This book is part of a nuanced two-volume examination of the ways in which violence in comics is presented in different texts, genres, cultures and contexts. Contexts of Violence in Comics asks the reader to consider the ways in which violence and its representations may be enabled or restricted by the contexts in which they take place.

It analyzes how structures and organising. ics of conflict, conflict and post-conflict reconstruction, natural resource economics, aid conditionality and political humanity. He is the author of se ven books and o ver. In the context of ongoing conflict, donor governments, including the United States, may deliberate on whether, or how, to invest in proposed recovery and development efforts in the country.

Without robust donor engagement, South Sudan’s crisis appears set to worsen—the. @inproceedings{SaileTheTO, title={The transmission of violence in families living in a post-conflict context: An intergenerational study of the relationship between traumatic war exposure, family violence and psychopathology in northern Uganda}, author={Regina Saile}, year={} }.

Women can take active roles in violence, such as joining the conflict, or participate in peace processes. The participation of women in formal peace processes is vital for a society to move forward during post-conflict periods, as indicated by the United Nations Security Council Resolution that Leone Walker’s book, The Battered Woman, was the most quoted book on marital violence through the late s.

This book portrayed battered women as helpless victims of male abusers, and claimed the motivation for men was a patriarchal desire for control.

This became the dominant view of marital violence by researchers through the. Domestic Violence in International Context brings together expert scholars native to twelve different countries to examine the history and scope of domestic violence and how it is being addressed, repressed or ignored in their thirteen respective countries.

Their specialised knowledge and unique data come together to create a series of.post-conflict years. The risk of recurrence is enhanced by the fact that almost all post-conflict societies struggle with unfavourable background conditions known to amplify the likelihood for renewed political violence, such as conflict in the neighbourhood.

Chances for peace do exist, yet policy.In the context of UN-authorized peace support measures, peacebuilding can be defined as a policy of external international help for developing countries designed to support indigenous social, cultural and economic development and self-reliance, by aiding recovery from war and reducing or eliminating resort to future violence.