5 edition of Justifying Violence Attitudes of Americans (ICPSR) found in the catalog.
by Univ of Michigan Survey Research
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The American fascination with violence is not only focused on violent heroes, however. Victims of violence, displayed in newspapers and on television news, bring to life another part of the discourse: fear. Fear of an enemy helps to justify more violence. An armed citizenry stands ready to attack, but cannot agree on the identity of the by: 7. In a more audacious version of the justification of violence in the name of self-defense, violence of any kind may be justified in reply to the violence of any other kind, provided there is a somewhat fair use of the violence exercised in , it may even be appropriate to respond to mobbing by using physical violence, provided the violence does not exceed that which seems a fair Author: Andrea Borghini.
Gallup analysis suggests that one's religious identity and level of devotion have little to do with one's views about targeting civilians. According to the largest global study of its kind, covering countries, it is human development and governance — not piety or culture — that are the strongest factors in explaining differences in how the public perceives this type of violence. Attitudes toward intimate partner violence (IPV) are known predictors of IPV victimization and perpetration with more women generally believed to justify IPV than men. An understanding of the determinants of justification of IPV may provide information necessary for holistic by:
Law, Virtue, and Violence in the American War of Independence. Edited by Glenn A form the first sustained exploration of Americans’ and Britons’ use of just war theory as they battled over American independence. Justifying Revolution raises important questions about the Reviews of New Books. Volume 1 in Political Violence in North. ANN ARBOR—Global attitudes about domestic violence have changed dramatically since , according to a new University of Michigan study that analyzes data from 26 low- and middle-income countries. Nigeria had the largest change, with 65 percent of men and 52 percent of women rejecting domestic violence in , compared with 48 percent and.
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Justifying Violence: Attitudes of American Men by Monica D. Blumenthal (Author) ISBN ISBN Why is ISBN important. ISBN. This bar-code number lets you verify that you're getting exactly the right version or edition of a book Cited by: Justifying violence: attitudes of American men. [Monica D Blumenthal;] -- In this book the authors present the results of their study into American male acceptance of violence.
The authors discuss when interviewees deemed violence acceptable, what they defined as violence. Justifying violence: attitudes of American men, Monica D.
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[Monica D Blumenthal; Robert L Kahn; Frank M Andrews; Inter-university Consortium for Political and Social Research.;]. Stanley Presser, "Justifying Violence: Attitudes of American Men.
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Notes. Justifying Revolution: Law, Wirtue, and Violence in the American War for Independence is published by Oklahoma University Press. It is edited by Glenn A. Moots and Phillip Hamilton. Contributing scholars provide 13 essays that examine the war in light of the just war theory, which has not been the focus of any previous study exclusively.5/5(1).
Summary View help for Summary. This study contains data on the attitudes of 1, American men aged toward violence in The study was undertaken to examine the levels of violence that can be viewed as justified to bring about social control or social change.
♥ Book Title: Justifying Revolution ♣ Name Author: Glenn A. Moots ∞ Launching: Info ISBN Link: ⊗ Detail ISBN code: ⊕ Number Pages: Total sheet ♮ News id: y8ddDwAAQBAJ Download File Start Reading ☯ Full Synopsis: "The American imagination still exalts the Founders as the prime movers of the Revolution, and the War of Independence has.
Attitudes, Values and Beliefs about Violence within Families Survey Findings Prepared by Fleur McLaren being talked about and also felt the campaign had affirmed or changed their own beliefs about violence within families.
justify violence against their family (Chamberland et al ). Summary View help for Summary. This survey of attitudes of 1, American men aged toward violence was conducted in the summer of by the Survey Research Center of the Institute for Social Research at the University of Michigan.
Justifying Revolution: Law, Wirtue, and Violence in the American War for Independence is published by Oklahoma University Press. It is edited by Glenn A. Moots and Phillip Hamilton. Contributing scholars provide 13 essays that examine the war in light of the just war theory, which has not been the focus of any previous study exclusively.5/5.
To cite this article: Monica M. Gerber & Jonathan Jackson () Justifying violence: legitimacy, ideology and public support for police use of force, Psychology, Crime & Law, DOI. Buy More About Justifying Violence: Methodological Studies of Attitudes and Behavior by Blumenthal, Monica D.
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For many, the story of the American Revolution is simple and straightforward: in an effort to break the chains of tyranny and unrepresentative tax schemes, American 9/ Other studies show that gender equality attitudes predict attitudes toward violence against women (Pavlou & Knowles, ;ViCHealth, ).
Similar findings were found in Vietnam (Krause, Gordon. The pooled prevalence of women's attitude towards justifying domestic violence was found to be 57% (95% CI; %%). Reasons for justifying were: burning food, argues with husband, goes out without telling, neglects children, refuses sex, unfaithful, disobeys and suspects infidelity.
: Yonas Deressa Guracho, Berhanu Boru Bifftu. Exposure to domestic violence as well as caregivers' psychological aggression (eg, insults, yelling) and physical violence toward children are risk factors for children's mental health problems, physical injuries, and even death.
1 Domestic violence and child abuse are public health problems often encountered by pediatricians. 2 The American Academy of Pediatrics has addressed both of these Cited by: Justifying Violence: Attitudes of American Men Blumenthal, Monica D. () Related Items in Google Scholar ©— Bioethics Research Library Box Washington DC Search DigitalGeorgetown.
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Blumenthal, Monica D; Chadiha, Book. Show full item record View/ by: 9.Exposure to domestic violence as well as caregivers’ psychological aggression (e.g., insults, yelling) and physical violence toward children are risk factors for children’s mental health problems, physical injuries, and even death.
1 Domestic violence and child abuse are public health problems often encountered by pediatricians. 2 The American Academy of Pediatrics has addressed both of Cited by: Justifying Revolution: Law, Virtue, and Violence in the American War of Independence (Political Violence in North America) by Glenn A.
Moots book review. Click to read the full review of Justifying Revolution: Law, Virtue, and Violence in the American War of Independence (Political Violence in North America) in New York Journal of Books. Review written by Jerry Lenaburg.