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Volume 34, Number 2, 1 June 2012

Revisiting Johan Galtung's Concept of Structural Violence
pp. e191-e227(37)
Authors: Dilts, Andrew; Winter, Yves; Biebricher, Thomas; Johnson, Eric Vance; Vázquez-Arroyo, Antonio Y.; Cocks, Joan

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The Promise of Democratic Silences
pp. 127-150(24)
Author: Jungkunz, Vincent

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“Where Liberty Reigns and God is Supreme”: The Christian Right and the Tea Party Movement
pp. 172-190(19)
Authors: Wilson, Angelia R.; Burack, Cynthia

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Revisiting Johan Galtung's Concept of Structural Violence
pp. 191-194(4)
Author: Dilts, Andrew

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Violence and Visibility
pp. 195-202(8)
Author: Winter, Yves

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What's Wrong with Neoliberalism?
pp. 202-211(10)
Authors: Biebricher, Thomas; Johnson, Eric Vance

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The Antinomies of Violence and Catastrophe: Structures, Orders, and Agents
pp. 211-221(11)
Author: Vázquez-Arroyo, Antonio Y.

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Politics and American Popular Culture
pp. 237-246(10)
Author: Caswell, Bruce

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Calling Out the Persistence of Racism
pp. 247-251(5)
Author: Schram, Sanford F.

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The Ecological Rift: Capitalism's War on the Earth
pp. 252-254(3)
Author: Howard, Emily

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Justice and the American Metropolis
pp. 255-258(4)
Author: Weaver, Timothy

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Music and Politics
pp. 263-266(4)
Author: Carver, Terrell

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Notes on Contributors
pp. 267-269(3)

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