Blog Posts - Structural Violence



Sociology As The Science of Slow Violence

Via Global Dialogue (a newsletter from the International Sociological Association), South African sociologist Jackie Cock explains how the task of sociology is to expose what she calls slow violence: “The social structures and processes which s...
by The Global Sociology Blog on Feb 17, 2013

Sociology As The Science of Slow Violence

Via Global Dialogue (a newsletter from the International Sociological Association), South African sociologist Jackie Cock explains how the task of sociology is to expose what she calls slow violence: “The social structures and processes which s...
by The Global Sociology Blog on Feb 17, 2013

Book Review – Haiti: The Aftershocks Of History

Laurent Dubois‘s excellent Haiti: The Aftershocks of History is a must-read for anyone interested in the social construction of race and race formation, as well as colonialism and its legacy. The book provides the longue durée context for the...
by The Global Sociology Blog on Nov 13, 2012

The Help Movie Review

The history of the world is the history of the billions of brutalities perpetrated on millions of people. The modern home of democracy and the land of many champions of liberty, the US is also one of the world’s most brutal, obvious from its tr...
by Adakoo on Nov 29, 2011

The Help Box Office Report

The history of the world is the history of the billions of brutalities perpetrated on millions of people. The modern home of democracy and the land of many champions of liberty, the US is also one of the world’s most brutal, obvious from its tr...
by Adakoo on Nov 29, 2011

www.thehelpmovie.com

The history of the world is the history of the billions of brutalities perpetrated on millions of people. The modern home of democracy and the land of many champions of liberty, the US is also one of the world’s most brutal, obvious from its tr...
by Adakoo on Nov 29, 2011


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