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  • Dead labor, landscapes, and mass graves: administrative violence during the Cambodian genocide
  • Administration ; Cambodge ; Charnier ; Génocide ; Violence
  • Administration ; Cambodia ; Genocide ; Mass grave ; Violence
  • On décrit conceptuellement la violence administrative comme un moyen de rapprocher les violences directe et structurelle. On voit en détail comment les formes de violence faisant et préservant la loi se croisent avec l'imposition de structures de
  • violence. On contribue à la littérature géographique foisonnante sur la violence par une élaboration de violence administrative. On reconsidère les pratiques spatiales du Kampuchea Démocratique, contribuant à une compréhension plus géographiquement informée
  • 2014
  • Theorizing violence and the dialectics of landscape memorialization : a case study of Greensboro, North Carolina
  • Etats-Unis ; Greensboro ; Géographie sociale ; Manifestation ; Mémorial ; North Carolina ; Paysage ; Race ; Violence
  • Landscape ; Memorial monument ; North Carolina ; Race ; Social geography ; United States of America ; Violence
  • This paper constitutes an attempt to denaturalize violence through a foregrounding of ‘abstract’ and ‘concrete’ violence. Through a case study of racialized violence in Greensboro, North Carolina, it argues that geographers and other social
  • scientists must articulate more clearly how violence, as a theoretical construct, is abstracted from the concrete realities of lived experience and represented discursively and materially on the landscape. It concludes that the potential for, and actual
  • realized memorialization of landscapes of, violence is always and already a dialectical process of abstraction.
  • 2014
  • Is Narco-Violence in Mexico Terrorism?
  • Blog ; Cartel ; Communication ; Drogue ; Géographie politique ; Internet ; Mexique ; Musique ; Terrorisme ; Violence
  • Cartel ; Communication ; Drug ; Internet ; Mexico ; Music ; Political geography ; Terrorism ; Violence ; cartel ; drug trafficking ; narco ; terrorism
  • This article examines the forms of narco-violence in Mexico in light of the literature on terrorism and contemporary Mexican politics. It suggests three overlapping dimensions of narco-violence that should be considered terrorism: (a) narco-terror
  • as a struggle for regional political control; (b) narco-terror as a practice ordered by cartel leaders rather than spontaneous violence of foot soldiers; and (c) narco-terror as an expansion strategy from solely drug trafficking to other kinds of organised crime.
  • 2014
  • Violence and the dialectics of pandscape : memorialization in Cambodia
  • Cambodge ; Guerre civile ; Génocide ; Géographie politique ; Lieu de mémoire ; Paysage ; Rôle de l'Etat ; Siècle 20 ; Victimes ; Violence
  • Cambodia ; Civil war ; Genocide ; Landscape ; Political geography ; Role of the State ; Site of memory ; Twentieth Century ; Violence
  • This article examines violence and the dialectics of pandscape throughmemorialization in Cambodia. It does so, first, through a destabilization of the periodization of Cambodia's violent past and, second, through a re-theorization of violence itself
  • calls into question standard understandings of the genocide and especially the post-1979 memorialization of genocide. To accomplish our goals, we introduce a dialectical understanding of both potential and realized violence, and potential and realized
  • 2014
  • Ethnicity, corruption and violence in urban land conflict in Kenya
  • Communauté ; Conflit ; Corruption ; Culturel ; Droit foncier ; Ethnicité ; Foncier ; Kenya ; Marché foncier ; Nairobi ; Peuplement ; Violence
  • Community ; Conflict ; Corruption ; Cultural studies ; Ethnicity ; Kenya ; Land ; Land market ; Land rights ; Nairobi ; Settlement ; Violence
  • the character of violence involved. At the same time, they reveal new details of competition for urban land rights. In these cases, land conflict seemed to promote corruption and the use of ethnicity, while corruption and ethnicity were able to alter
  • the relationship of this conflict to violence. There are findings here regarding sources of urban violence in general.
  • 2014
  • Predicting violence within genocide : a model of elite competition and ethnic segregation from Rwanda
  • Elite ; Génocide ; Géographie politique ; Géographie sociale ; Minorité ethnique ; Prédiction de la violence ; Rwanda ; Rôle de l'Etat ; Ségrégation ethnique ; Ségrégation sociale ; Violence
  • Elite ; Ethnic minority ; Ethnic segregation ; Genocide ; Political geography ; Role of the State ; Rwanda ; Social geography ; Social segregation ; Violence
  • In this article, the A. presents a theoretical model to help identify areas susceptible and resistant to violence during genocide. This latter conceptualizes violence onset as a function of elite competition for control of the state from above
  • 2014
  • Urban poverty, structural violence and welfare provision for 100 families in Auckland
  • This article draws on the accounts of 100 families in Auckland to consider the impacts of increased social stratification and structural violence on their interactions with a government welfare agency. The analysis sheds new light on how
  • institutionalised and abusive relations with these families manifest in spatially located urban interactions. It is argued that poverty is misrecognised at the institutional level and that this nurtures structural violence in service provision interactions.
  • 2014
  • Everyday terrorism : connecting domestic violence and global terrorism
  • Comportement ; Droits de l'homme ; Géographie sociale ; Lutte contre le terrorisme ; Monde ; Pouvoir politique ; Responsabilité ; Rôle de l'Etat ; Sentiment de peur ; Sécurité ; Terrorisme ; Terrorisme mondial ; Vie quotidienne ; Violence domestique
  • Behaviour ; Daily life ; Domestic violence ; Fear ; Global terrorism ; Human rights ; Political power ; Responsibility ; Role of the State ; Security ; Social geography ; Terrorism ; Terrorism control ; World
  • L’A. dresse la carte de la géographie du terrorisme. Le terrorisme quotidien (la violence conjugale) et le terrorisme mondial relatent les tentatives d'exercer le contrôle politique par la crainte. La recherche géographique sur la violence montre la
  • 2014
  • Space for the state? police, violence, and urban poverty in Brazil
  • Brésil ; Ceará ; Communauté ; Conflit ; Fortaleza ; Géographie politique ; Géographie sociale ; Pauvreté ; Police ; Quartier ; Société civile ; Violence
  • Brazil ; Ceará ; Civil society ; Community ; Conflict ; Neighbourhood ; Police ; Political geography ; Poverty ; Social geography ; Violence
  • of conflict and police violence—shows clearly the problems and abuses engendered by binary state–society frameworks. Through a case study of a favela community (low-income urban settlement) in northeast Brazil, it illustrates how distance between the state
  • and civil society—and the discretion state actors hold over nonstate actors—relates to moments of police violence and ongoing abuse.
  • 2014
  • The violence of abstract space : contested regional developments in southern Mexico
  • Capitalisme ; Développement régional ; Espace abstrait ; Infrastructure ; Mexique ; Mexique du Sud ; Production de l'espace ; Restructuration économique ; Réseau ; Violence
  • Abstract space ; Capitalism ; Economic restructuring ; Infrastructure ; Mexico ; Network ; Production of space ; Regional development ; Violence
  • On propose une réinterprétation du concept d'espace abstrait, soulignant la signification de la violence d'abstraction dans le concept lui-même et dans le processus concret de la production capitaliste d'espace. Cette interprétation est développée
  • 2014
  • Conflit ; Démocratie ; Géographie politique ; Inégalité sociale ; Politisation ; Situation économique ; Société ; Venezuela ; Violence
  • Conflict ; Democracy ; Economic situation ; Political geography ; Social inequality ; Society ; Venezuela ; Violence
  • Une analyse contextuelle et prospective de la violence permet de comprendre les événements plutôt que de juger un gouvernement. Les manifestations sont placées à la croisée de deux tendances clés dans la région : la montée en puissance d’exigences
  • 2014
  • Affectivité ; Etats-Unis ; Géographie politique ; New York City ; New York State ; Police ; Pouvoir ; Violence
  • Affect ; New York City ; New York State ; Police ; Political geography ; Power ; United States of America ; Violence
  • of the state's monopoly on violence and the work of its ostensibly dissociated materialities sustain the political tensions between a state's non-existence and its affectiva-emotive power.
  • 2014
  • Agitation urbaine ; Centre de prévention ; Communauté ; Etats-Unis ; Géographie politique ; Géographie sociale ; Noirs ; Race ; Rumeur ; Sécurité ; Violence
  • Blacks ; Community ; Political geography ; Race ; Security ; Social geography ; United States of America ; Violence
  • This paper analyzes the emergence of Rumor Control Centers across the US during the late-1960s. The Centers, which were operated by municipal government agencies, were formed in response to the racialized violence that flared up in many cities
  • 2014
  • Conditions de vie ; Développement économique ; Guyana ; Géographie sociale ; Géographie économique ; Handicapé ; Incarnation ; Infirme ; Ménage ; Pauvreté ; Pouvoir ; Violence
  • Economic development ; Economic geography ; Embodiment ; Guyana ; Household ; Living conditions ; Poverty ; Power ; Social geography ; Violence
  • and neo-colonial relations of power and processes of development give rise to material conditions of life such as extreme poverty and male violence that contribute to impairment and disability. It concludes by discussing the article's contributions
  • 2014
  • Afrique du Sud ; Analyse spatiale ; Cartographie thématique ; Criminalité ; Distribution spatiale ; Gauteng ; Gouvernementalité ; Géographie politique ; Johannesburg ; Patrouille de rue ; Police ; Violence
  • Criminality ; Gauteng ; Governmentality ; Johannesburg ; Police ; Political geography ; South Africa ; Spatial analysis ; Spatial distribution ; Thematic mapping ; Violence
  • policing logics with the racial policing tactics of the past to anticipate, locate, isolate, and redistribute patterns of violent crime. In so doing, they have created forms of territorial power and violence that are neither new nor old, but undeniably
  • 2014
  • Citoyenneté ; Droits de l'homme ; Election ; Femme ; Féminisme ; Genre ; Géographie politique ; Géographie sociale ; Minorité ethnique ; Nicaragua ; Sandinisme ; Sexualité ; Violence
  • Citizenship ; Election ; Ethnic minority ; Feminism ; Gender ; Human rights ; Nicaragua ; Political geography ; Sexuality ; Social geography ; Violence ; Woman
  • , the women's movement, and violence against women in Nicaragua ; 4-Indigenous, mestizo and Afro-descendent women against violence : building interethnic alliances in the context of regional autonomy ; 5-Organising the hombre nuevo gay : LGBT politics
  • 2014
  • Cambodge ; Espace bâti ; Génocide ; Géographie politique ; Installation administrative ; Installation auxilliaire ; Parti politique ; Phnom Penh ; Politique urbaine ; Violence ; installation de distribution ; installation productive
  • Built up area ; Cambodia ; Genocide ; Phnom Penh ; Political geography ; Political party ; Urban policy ; Violence
  • 2014
  • and movement restrictions. By analysing the combined system of settlements, roads, military legislation, spatial design and applied violence, the paper shows how the few hundred points consolidate into one coherent spatial system. The paper wishes to contribute
  • to the spatial analysis of the now 45-year-old Israeli occupation of the West Bank, to the growing study of politics of mobility and to the discourse of gated communities by adding colonialism and violence to the mostly neoliberal explanations of the phenomenon.
  • 2014
  • Amérique centrale ; Drogue ; Etats-Unis ; Gang de rue ; Géographie politique ; Géographie sociale ; Justice ; Législation ; Rôle de l'Etat ; Sécurité ; Territoire ; Violence
  • Central America ; Drug ; Justice ; Legislation ; Political geography ; Role of the State ; Security ; Social geography ; Territory ; United States of America ; Violence
  • 2014
  • Brésil ; Changement démocratique ; Classe sociale ; Commissariat de police ; Criminalité ; District ; Géographie politique ; Géographie sociale ; Métropole ; Police ; Pouvoir ; Quartier ; São Paulo ; Violence
  • Brazil ; Criminality ; District ; Large city ; Neighbourhood ; Police ; Political geography ; Power ; Social class ; Social geography ; São Paulo ; Violence
  • 2014