Drugs & Democracy in Rio de Janeiro: Trafficking, Social Networks, & Public Security

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ABBREVIATIONS
ADAAmigos dos Amigos (Friends of Friends)
AMsAssociações de Moradores (Residents’ Associations)
AUCAutodefesas Unidas de Colombia (United Self-Defense Forces of Colombia)
BOPEBatalhão de Operações Especiais (Special Operations Battalion)
BPMBatalhão de Polícia Militar (Military Police Battalion)
CdPCasa da Paz (House of Peace)
CEBComunidade Eclesiastico de Base (Ecclesiastical Base Community)
CHISAMCoordenação de Habitação de Interesse Social da Área Metropolitana do Grande Rio (Coordination Agency for Habitation in the Social Interest of the Greater Rio Metropolitan Area)
CRISPCentro de Estudos de Criminalidade e Segurança Pública (Center for Crime and Public Safety Studies)
CVComando Vermelho (Red Command)
CVJComando Vermelho Jovem (Young Red Command)
CVSCentro de Valorização do Ser (Center for Personal Development)
FAFEGFederação de Associações de Favelas do Estado de Guanabara (Federation of Favela Associations of the State of Guanabara)
FAFERJFederação de Associações de Favelas do Estado de Rio de Janeiro (Federation of Favela Associations of the State of Rio de Janeiro)
FARCFuerzas Armadas Revolucionarias de Colombia (Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia)
FUNLARFundação Municipal Lar Escola Francisco de Paula (Francisco de Paula Home School Foundation)
GCARGrupo Cultural Afro-Reggae (Afro-Reggae Cultural Group)
IGOinternational governmental organization
JLPJamaica Labour Party
MocovideMovimento Comunitário de Vigário Geral (Community Movement of Vigário Geral)

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Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents vii
  • Preface - Departure ix
  • Abbreviations xix
  • Introduction - Thinking about Social Violence in Brazil 1
  • One - Setting the Scene- Continuities and Discontinuities in a "Divided City" 18
  • Two - Network Approach to Criminal Politics 39
  • Three - Tubarão 61
  • Four - Santa Ana 97
  • Five - Vigário Geral 130
  • Six - Comparative Analysis of Criminal Networks in Brazil and Latin America 169
  • Seven - Theorizing the Politics of Social Violence 189
  • Epilogue - Rio 2005 207
  • Notes 217
  • Bibliography 241
  • Index 269
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