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Organized crime in El Salvador is a serious problem. Efforts to understand or deal with this phenomenon in the small Central American country have been insufficient. There are an estimated 25,000 gang members at large in El Salvador; another 9,000 are in prison. The best-known gangs, called maras in colloquial Salvadoran Spanish, are Mara Salvatrucha and their rivals 18th Street; maras are hunted by death squads, including Sombra Negra.

Mo Hume is a lecturer in Politics at the University of Glasgow and co-convenor of the International Centre for Gender and Women’s Studies

Mo Hume is a lecturer in Politics at the University of Glasgow and co-convenor of the International Centre for Gender and Women’s Studies. 1. Questioning Violence: Meanings, Myths and Realities. 2. (Mis)recognising Violence in Latin America. 4. Gendered Hierarchies of Violence. 5. ‘Kill Them, Attack Them at the Roots and Kill Them All’: Examining Responses to Violence.

There is a long history of violence in El Salvador. Since independence, violence has become embedded in many aspects of social and interpersonal relations

There is a long history of violence in El Salvador. Since independence, violence has become embedded in many aspects of social and interpersonal relations. Nevertheless, instead of diminishing after the war, the question of security remains paramount for citizens during the transition process, due to high levels of violence, criminality, and the perceived randomness of victimization patterns. 2 The public face of violence has become synonymous with the threat of crime, while fear continues to be a pervasive and paralyzing force in the lives of the. region’s citizens.

Hume challenges dominant theories of violence through foregrounding subaltern vocabularies that have been historically ignored in debates on violence.

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Bougher argues that gender equality and humanistic education specifically in the isolated rural communities of El Salvador if the country ever hopes to leave poverty behind.

The following articles are four of the most comprehensive analyses of the past and current poverty, equality and economic growth in El Salvador. In The Myths of Violence: Gender, Conflict, and Community in El Salvador author Mo Hume (2008) breaks down the effects of different political and social structures on life in El Salvador following the Salvadoran War. According to Hume, violence in El Salvador remains at a dangerously high in the years since the war has ended. Bougher argues that gender equality and humanistic education specifically in the isolated rural communities of El Salvador if the country ever hopes to leave poverty behind.

Mo Hume, The Politics of Violence: Gender, Conflict and Community in El Salvador (Malden, MA, and Oxford: Wiley-Blackwell, 2010), pp. xii + 199, £1. 9, pb. LEIGH BINFORD (a1). College of Staten Island and the Graduate Center, City University of New York. Published online by Cambridge University Press: 13 February 2012.

Mo joined the Department of Politics in September 2005. Her monograph, The Politics of Violence: Gender, Conflict and Community in El Salvador, was published by Wiley Blackwell in 2009. After completing her PhD in December 2003, she held a one year ESRC post-doctoral fellowship at the Institute of Latin American Studies, University of Liverpool. Since 2007, she has worked on a collaborative project with Oxfam America on looking at local level governance and the prevention of gender based violence in El Salvador.

The Politics of Violence develops an interdisciplinaryfeminist perspective grounded in original ethnographic research oneveryday forms of violence in El Salvador. Hume challenges dominanttheories of violence through foregrounding subaltern vocabulariesthat have been historically ignored in debates on violence. Unites a critical analysis of theories of violence withoriginal ethnographic research on its use and broader responses toits different manifestationsMakes an important theoretical contribution to debates onviolence, through developing in-depth accounts of the violence ofeveryday life from a feminist perspectiveExamines the vocabularies of violence of those who live with iton an everyday basis, locating these vocabularies in a criticalanalysis of the relations of domination that have shaped Salvadoranhistory

The Politics of Violence: Gender, Conflict and Community in El Salvador epub download

ISBN13: 978-1405192262

ISBN: 1405192267

Author: Mo Hume

Category: Social Sciences

Subcategory: Politics & Government

Language: English

Publisher: Wiley-Blackwell; 1 edition (September 8, 2009)

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