By Elazar Barkan,Alexander Karn
By Elazar Barkan,Alexander Karn
By Tony Payan,Kathleen Staudt,Z. Anthony Kruszewski
A conflict that Can’t Be Won is the 1st ebook to incorporate contributions from students on either side of the US–Mexico border. It presents a different breadth of viewpoint at the many dimensions of the societal difficulty that has effects on citizens of either nations—particularly those that reside and paintings within the borderlands. It additionally proposes sensible steps towards fixing a drawback that indicates no indicators of abating lower than present rules. every one bankruptcy relies on well-documented facts, together with formerly unavailable facts that was once bought via freedom-of-information inquiries in Mexico. by way of bringing jointly perspectives from each side of the border, in addition to from a number of educational disciplines, this quantity deals a much broader view of a fancy problem—and attainable solutions.
By Stefano Tomelleri
By Jimmy L. Bryan Jr.
However, merely within the final a number of years have students all started utilizing the time period “cultural background of yank conflict” to spot the research of ways public discourse formulates those defining myths and narratives. This quantity brings jointly scholarship from various fields in a standard undertaking to illustrate the usefulness and importance of learning the cultural heritage of yankee warfare.
The Martial mind's eye: Cultural points of yankee Warfare canvasses the yank conflict adventure from the Revolution to the conflict on Terror, interpreting the way it infuses legitimacy and conformity with an urgency that contorts rules of citizenship, nationhood, gender, and different pliable different types. The multidisciplinary scholarship during this quantity represents the various views of cultural background, American experiences, literary feedback, battle and society, media reports, and public tradition research, illustrating the wealthy dialogues that epitomize the cultural historical past of yankee warfare.
Bringing jointly either well-known and rising students, this booklet is the 1st anthology to add essays in this subject, comprising learn from twelve authors who symbolize quite a lot of reports and disciplines. Their paintings uncovers new and brilliant understandings of the yankee battle adventure that display the ways that tradition makers have grappled with the trauma of battle, salvaged that means from the meaningless, or complicated a few ulterior agenda.
By Glenn Utter
This three-volume set examines quite a few techniques to firearms, together with constitutional and criminal matters, public well-being and legal justice issues, and views on own safeguard and self-defense.
• Considers a wide selection of coverage suggestions, from advocating higher firearm possession and sporting between deepest electorate to feedback for additional barriers on gun acquisition and ownership
• positive aspects ancient history at the improvement of the current position that firearms play in American society
• Examines contemporary developments within the possession of assorted different types of firearms
• demanding situations the adequacy of historical past tests and granting of firearm access
• Compares gun-related injuries and firearm coverage one of the states
By Stuart Price,Ruth Sanz Sabido
Contributions by means of: David Bates, Mark Bergfeld, Vincent Campbell, Claire English, Ingrid M. Hoofd, Soeren Keil, Matthew Ogilvie, Stuart rate, Anandi Ramamurthy, Ruth Sanz Sabido, Lee Salter, Cassian Sparkes-Vian, and Thomas Swann.
By Raffaele Laudani
By Donna Vandiver,Jeremy Braithwaite,Mark Stafford
Sex Crimes and intercourse Offenders: Research and Realities offers an outline of social clinical conception and learn on intercourse crimes and intercourse offenders. such a lot different books out there are taken with a unmarried issue—such as remedy, rape, pedophilia, conception, and so forth. This book is precise in that it covers the most current idea and learn besides person circumstances of intercourse crimes (e.g., Kobe Bryant, Jerry Sandusky, and different case studies), successfully linking idea and study with the realities of intercourse crimes and intercourse offenders in addition to their sufferers. Vandiver, Braithwaite, and Stafford are cautious to dispel myths and to target the heterogeneity of intercourse crimes and intercourse offenders, and never on anyone factor or population or theory. as an alternative, they weave a framework utilizing a whole diversity of theoretical thoughts and study facts to combine their discussions of crimes, offenders, sufferers, remedies, and coverage implications. the result's a necessary source for college students and early-stage researchers investigating intercourse crimes or offenders.
By Daniel Chirot
This e-book analyzes common worldwide ethnic conflicts that tear asunder countries and areas, equivalent to the previous Yugoslavia. Dan Chirot casts his research in a dialogue of the clash among nationwide and ethnic identification, getting to know that ethnic identification, rooted in centuries of culture and behavior, usually trumps nationwide id, that may be of more moderen gestation and feature a weaker carry on humans. His research provides insights into the new competitive U.S. posture on ‘nation building,’ displaying the blindness of this method of deeply-entrenched ethnic identities. His well timed ebook can be utilized in sessions on globalization, overseas improvement, political sociology, social activities, and theory.
The target of this new, detailed sequence is to supply readable, teachable "thinking frames" on today’s social difficulties and social concerns via major students, all in brief 60 web page or shorter codecs, and on hand for view on http://routledge.customgateway.com/routledge-social-issues.html
For teachers instructing a variety of classes within the social sciences, the Routledge Social matters Collection now deals the easiest of either worlds: initially written brief texts that offer "overviews" to big social matters in addition to teachable excerpts from better works formerly released by way of Routledge and different presses.
By Mary Ellen Snodgrass