6 edition of The Violence of Our Lives found in the catalog.
The Violence of Our Lives
by Henry Holt & Company
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||235|
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The interviews are real and direct and the subjects straightforward and candid. I highly recommend this book to anyone who hopes to get into the minds of murderers.
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What do murderers want to talk about. Certainly not their murders, as British writer Parker discovers. Parker (May the Lord in His Mercy Be Kind to Belfast,etc.) sits down with 17 killers, male and female, imprisoned or out on parole. He sets the scene for each interview, then stays quiet as the pseudonymous subjects recount their childhoods and various defining.
The possibility of political violence erupting on Nov. 4,the day after our next presidential election, is a horrible scenario.
But it is not unprecedented in the U.S. Extremely personal, emotionally gritty, and unabashedly honest, How We Fight for Our Lives is an outstanding memoir that somehow manages a perfect balance between love and violence, hope and. In the case of March For Our Lives — a gun violence prevention movement born out of a mass shooting in Feb.
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Violence in the Lives of Children By Brett V. Brown, Ph.D, and Sharon Bzostek, Child Trends Violence is a part of every child’s life in America. Violence originates in many places — self, family, peers, the community, and the media — and violence affects children and youth at every age, even the by: The March for Our Lives was a massive outcry against extreme violence delivered with a mix of pop sentiment, corporate coöperation, and an awareness of the socioeconomic privilege that allows.
It’s not called violence, it’s called “necessary coercion,” or “necessary containment,” or incarceration, but it is often a form of violence, especially in the way people are treated and how their lives are regarded, and the kind of violence to which they are subjected—daily, psychically—within the prison facility.
The ways we’ve been failing our boys in regards to violence in their everyday lives became obvious after I read a Young Adult novel called Wise Young Fool. Although the .The best books on Violence and Torture recommended by Darius Rejali.
The author of Torture and Democracy gives a harrowing interview on the effects of violence, torture and trauma on the human being, 'torture has a slippery slope and once you authorise it, it rapidly runs out of control'.