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The Little Black Book Of Violence Pdf Download



More than mere techniques, this book fills in crucial information about street survival that most martial arts instructors don't teach or even know. You will learn how to use awareness, avoidance, and de-escalation to help stave off violence. Despite the best intentions, however, you may still find yourself in situations where you have no choice but to fight and others where it is prudent to do so. Consequently you will also learn smart things you might want to try and dumb things you should attempt to avoid during a physical confrontation.




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"Kane and Wilder's book will save lives. It will keep others out of prison. As an attorney, a self-defense instructor, and someone who has experienced violence, I was most impressed with the practical and realistic information" -- Alain Burrese, J.D., former U.S. Army 82nd Airborne, author "An exceptionally modest title for a volume so comprehensive. Kane and Wilder maintain an engaging, readable, and occasionally humorous style that makes the book not just incredibly useful, but hard to put down as well." -- Barry Eisler, author "Every parent of an adolescent should read this." -- Julie Van Dielen, Producer, Law Enforcement Training for In the Line of Duty "A very cool yet frightening perspective on violence; a book where the dreams of heroism and adventure are acted upon with proper forethought and intellect." -- Martina Sprague, martial arts instructor, author Complete with forewords by a police sergeant and an expert-aptly named "Animal"-who has survived all kinds of street violence, this book belong in the hands of every young and not-so-young male. -- Alan J. Couture Foreword Reviews


The National Network to End Domestic Violence (NNEDV) book club, Reader with a Cause, provides a platform for readers to discuss equality, empowerment, and violence against women as it appears in contemporary books.


Historian Noam Chomsky criticized the book and its reception as one-sided by outlining economist Amartya Sen's research on hunger, which revealed that while India's democratic institutions largely prevented famines, its excess of preventable mortality over China, potentially attributable to the latter's more equal distribution of medical and social resources, was nonetheless close to 4 million people per year for non-famine years. Chomsky wrote that "Supposing we now apply the methodology of the Black Book to India, the democratic capitalist 'experiment' has caused more deaths than in the entire history of Communism everywhere since 1917. Over 100 million deaths by 1979, and tens of millions more since, in India alone."[50][51][52] Le Siècle des communismes, a collective work of twenty academics, was a response to both François Furet's Le passé d'une Illusion and Stéphane Courtois' The Black Book of Communism. It broke communism down into series of discrete movements, with mixed positive and negative results.[53] The Black Book of Communism prompted the publication of several other "black books" which argued that similar chronicles of violence and death tolls can be constructed from an examination of capitalism, imperialism, and colonialism.[54][55][56]


Le Siècle des communismes, a collective work of twenty academics, was a response to both François Furet's Le passé d'une Illusion and The Black Book of Communism. It broke communism down into series of discrete movements, with mixed positive and negative results.[53] The Black Book of Communism prompted the publication of several other "black books" which argued that similar chronicles of violence and death tolls can be constructed from an examination of capitalism and colonialism.[54][55][56]


In the last two decades, the combination of different types of violent behavior, namely social, physical, verbal, racial, or sexual has given rise to a complex theatrical response against violence in society and onstage. In spite of the growing interest of contemporary black women playwrights in violence, there is little criticism discussing the issue in their plays, with the notable exception of essays on the reconstruction of Medea in The Red Letter Plays by Suzan-Lori Parks. This chapter explores the ways in which several women characters in recent plays by black women dramatists devise distinct survival strategies as a response to the structural violence that they suffer.


Gender-based violence is rife in South Africa. The book explains the different types of abuse, such as more common versions like sexual and physical abuse, as well as others that are equally prevalent but rarely spoken about or explained, like psychological abuse, intimidation, harassment, and stalking. 350c69d7ab


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