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Chapter 94: The Sociology of Violence

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The Sociology of Violence
The sociology of violence
Forms and Characteristics of Violence

In its broadest meaning, the term violence refers to a range of human activities intended to inflict harm or injury (Levine and Rosich 1996). Some acts of violence are spontaneous and informal, occurring without premeditation or structure; others are methodically planned in ...

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