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by Barbara H Chasin
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  • Author:
    Barbara H Chasin
  • ISBN:
    0391040464
  • ISBN13:
    978-0391040465
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    Humanities Press (1997)
  • Pages:
    217 pages
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Why are we in the United States so concerned with street violence and murder and so unconcerned about the .

Why are we in the United States so concerned with street violence and murder and so unconcerned about the many untimely deaths resulting from the routine workings of our society? Far more people die because of occupational illness than are violently murdered and 18,000 die annually because they cannot afford adequate health care.

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In this clearly written text sociologist Barbara Chasin examines both the interpersonal violence with which the news media keeps us familiar, and the less visible, but more costly, structural violence which the media practically ignores. Written for the college student, the book is thoroughly documented and includes recent statistics and tables and, while remaining academically rigorous, it makes compelling use of individual experiences to illustrate theoretical points.

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Chasin, B. H. (2004a). Amherst, NY: Humanity Books. Chasin, B. (2004b, April).

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An examination of class, racial and gender violence in the contemporary United States, which discusses the obvious violence of individual murder and assault and also the less publicized violence caused by the routine workings of our society, and especially, of its stratification. Inequality and Violence in the United States is a very thorough and informative book that looks at how inequality contributes to the high level of violence in the United States

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Why are we in the United States so concerned with street violence and murder . product description page. Written for the college student, this revealing book is thoroughly documented and includes recent statistics and tables, plus new material on the 2003 . war with Iraq and terrorism.

Chasin, Barbara H. 2004. Impression Management and the Escalation of Aggression and Violence. Social Psychology Quarterly 45: 245-254. Felson, Richard B. and Henry Steadman. Cloward, Richard A. and Lloyd E. Ohlin.


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I have used this text a few times to teach courses on violence in United States culture, and it is an indispensible tool for anyone who wants to gain a deeper understanding of how corporate capitalism endorses and perpetuates the worst kinds of inequality in the U.S.--not to mention outside of it. Dr. Chasin should update it if only to add the BP Gulf Coast oil spill to the list of atrocities resulting from sociopathic greed. Read it and weep.
Nern
Inequality and Violence in the United States is a very thorough and informative book that looks at how inequality contributes to the high level of violence in the United States. Its main focus is on organizational and structural violence (which results from the decisions of the powerful) but Chasin examines interpersonal violence as well, including violence perpetuated by hate groups and violence against women. The book is packed with useful information and revealing insights.