Encounters with Daily Violence in Latin America: Urban Poor Perceptions from Columbia and Guatemala

By Caroline O. N. Moser; Cathy McIlwaine | Go to book overview
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Encounters with Daily Violence in Latin America: Urban Poor Perceptions from Columbia and Guatemala
Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents vii
  • Figures ix
  • Tables xiii
  • Acknowledgments xiv
  • 1 - Urban Violence as a Contested Domain 1
  • 2 - Toward a Policy-Relevant Positioning of Violence 20
  • 3 - The Multiple Complexity of Daily Violence in Urban Colombian and Guatemalan Communities 40
  • 4 - Community Perceptions of the Structural Factors Underlying Political and Economic Violence 65
  • 5 - The Family as a Violent Institution and the Primary Site of Social Violence 99
  • 6 - Substance Abuse-Linked Violence Relating to Drug and Alcohol Consumption 117
  • 7 - Organized Violence at the Community Level 137
  • 8 - Violence, Social Institutions and Social Capital in Communities 156
  • 9 - Avoiding or Confronting Violence? 178
  • Appendices 197
  • Appendix 1 198
  • Appendix 2 205
  • Appendix 3 206
  • Appendix 4 208
  • Appendix 5 210
  • Appendix 6 212
  • Appendix 7 214
  • Appendix 8 216
  • Appendix 9 217
  • Appendix 10 218
  • Appendix 11 219
  • Appendix 12 220
  • Appendix 13 221
  • Appendix 14 222
  • Appendix 15 224
  • Appendix 16 226
  • Appendix 17 227
  • Appendix 18 228
  • Appendix 19 229
  • Appendix 20 230
  • Appendix 21 232
  • Notes 234
  • Bibliography 243
  • Index 262
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