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Framing Excessive Violence

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Edited By Daniel Ziegler, Marco Gerster and Steffen Krämer



Inhaltsverzeichnis

1. Introduction; Marco Gerster, Steffen Krämer and Daniel Ziegler PART I. DYNAMICS OF EXCESS 2. Emotional Dynamics of Violent Situations; Randall Collins 3. Forward Panic and Police Riots; Anne Nassauer 4. What the Situation Explains: On Riotous Violence; Ferdinand Sutterlüty 5. Violence and Emotion; Bernhard Giesen 6. Neo-Fascist Heroes: Group Identity and Idealisation of the Aggressor in Violent Right-wing Adolescents; Michael Günter 7. Intimate Massacres: Next Steps Toward a Causal Explanation; Jack Katz PART II. DISCOURSE AND IMAGINATION 8. German Rampage: Social Discourse and the Emergence of a Disturbing Phenomenon; Jörn Ahrens 9. Amok - Framing Discourses on Political Violence by Means of Symbolic Logic; Peter Klimczak and Christer Petersen 10. Terrorism as Cultural Bricolage - The Case of Anders Behring Breivik; Sveinung Sandberg 11. Tales of Abuse and Torture. The Narrative Framing of the Abu Ghraib Photographs; Werner Binder 12. The (Relative) Absence of Torture in Documentary Photography; Annette Vowinckel 13. Off Limits? International Law and the Excessive Use of Force; Jan Klabbers





The essays of Framing Excessive Violence are timely, helping readers make sense of the (seemingly) unfamiliar violence of 2016. And the paradox that the volume identifies that excessive violence transgresses social and moral codes and yet eventually becomes tamed by them is provocative and worth further exploration. (Jared Del Rosso, Criminal Law and Criminal Justice Books, clcjbooks.rutgers.edu, January, 2017)



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Edited By Daniel Ziegler, Marco Gerster and Steffen Krämer



Klappentext

This book explores the dynamics of excessive violence, using a broad range of interdisciplinary case studies. It highlights that excessive violence depends on various contingencies and is not always the outcome of rational decision making. The contributors also analyse the discursive framing of acts of excessive violence.



Inhalt

1. Introduction; Marco Gerster, Steffen Krämer and Daniel Ziegler



PART I. DYNAMICS OF EXCESS

2. Emotional Dynamics of Violent Situations; Randall Collins

3. Forward Panic and Police Riots; Anne Nassauer

4. What the Situation Explains: On Riotous Violence; Ferdinand Sutterlüty

5. Violence and Emotion; Bernhard Giesen

6. Neo-Fascist Heroes: Group Identity and Idealisation of the Aggressor in Violent Right-wing Adolescents; Michael Günter

7. Intimate Massacres: Next Steps Toward a Causal Explanation; Jack Katz



PART II. DISCOURSE AND IMAGINATION

8. German Rampage: Social Discourse and the Emergence of a Disturbing Phenomenon; Jörn Ahrens

9. Amok - Framing Discourses on Political Violence by Means of Symbolic Logic; Peter Klimczak and Christer Petersen

10. Terrorism as Cultural Bricolage - The Case of Anders Behring Breivik; Sveinung Sandberg

11. Tales of Abuse and Torture. The Narrative Framing of the Abu Ghraib Photographs; Werner Binder

12. The (Relative) Absence of Torture in Documentary Photography; Annette Vowinckel

13. Off Limits? International Law and the Excessive Use of Force; Jan Klabbers

Produktinformationen

Titel: Framing Excessive Violence
Untertitel: Discourse and Dynamics
Editor:
Andere:
EAN: 9781137514424
ISBN: 978-1-137-51442-4
Format: Fester Einband
Herausgeber: Springer Palgrave Macmillan
Genre: Psychologie
Anzahl Seiten: 263
Gewicht: g
Größe: H21mm x B224mm x T146mm
Jahr: 2015
Auflage: 1st ed. 2015