La violence et les agressions s'amplifient de manière générale dans notre société. expand_more Die Heftigkeit von Gewalt und Aggressionen nimmt in der. Übersetzung im Kontext von „violence“ in Englisch-Deutsch von Reverso Context: violence against, violence against women, acts of violence, domestic violence. Englisch-Deutsch-Übersetzungen für violent im Online-Wörterbuch my-bar-mitzvah.com (Deutschwörterbuch).
Übersetzung für "violence" im DeutschLa violence et les agressions s'amplifient de manière générale dans notre société. expand_more Die Heftigkeit von Gewalt und Aggressionen nimmt in der. Englisch-Deutsch-Übersetzungen für violence im Online-Wörterbuch my-bar-mitzvah.com (Deutschwörterbuch). Übersetzung im Kontext von „violence“ in Englisch-Deutsch von Reverso Context: violence against, violence against women, acts of violence, domestic violence.
Violence Deutsch "violence" in German Videocarolesdaughter - Violent (Lyrics) violence translate: die Heftigkeit. Learn more in the Cambridge English-German Dictionary. Translation for 'violence' in the free English-Dutch dictionary and many other Dutch translations. my-bar-mitzvah.com arrow_drop_down my-bar-mitzvah.com - Online dictionaries, vocabulary, conjugation, grammar Toggle navigation. Lernen Sie die Übersetzung für 'violence' in LEOs Englisch ⇔ Deutsch Wörterbuch. Mit Flexionstabellen der verschiedenen Fälle und Zeiten Aussprache und relevante Diskussionen Kostenloser Vokabeltrainer. News Sudan: 83 killed in Darfur violence. Deadly clashes in the Darfur region of Sunday have left 83 dead and injured. The surge in tribal violence comes as the UN plans to end a year. Violence is "the use of physical force so as to injure, abuse, damage, or destroy". Other definitions are also used, such as the World Health Organization's definition of violence as "the intentional use of physical force or power, threatened or actual, against oneself, another person, or against a group or community, which either results in or has a high likelihood of resulting in injury.
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Recommended Posts. Ohne den politischen Willen zum Erfolg wird die Gewalt kein Ende nehmen. Wir wollen Alternativen zu Waffen, Gewalt und Zerstörung schaffen?
Solche Gewalttätigkeit potenziert die Hassgefühle nur noch weiter. Kein europäischer Staat würde angesichts wiederholter Terrorakte, insbesondere gegen unbewaffnete Zivilisten, darauf verzichten, mit Härte und legaler Repression zu reagieren.
Die Gewalttätigkeiten der letzten Zeit haben nämlich in der Bevölkerung tiefe Spuren hinterlassen. Wir wissen ja nicht so viel über die Geschichte der Ungetüme, aber wir wissen eins: Als wir in den Staat New Jersey kamen, wurde es zunehmend ungestüm.
Context sentences Context sentences for "violence" in German These sentences come from external sources and may not be accurate. English For some, it will lead to anger, religious and sectarian violence and terrorism.
English On the contrary, the old principle is being borne out: violence breeds violence. English War is simply no longer the best option, and that is why violence has decreased.
English The escalated violence and brutality of the occupation is quite disproportionate. Fragen und Antworten. Violence sells. Gewalt verkauft sich gut.
Gewalttätigkeit meiden. Recent Searches. However, it is only in the last 30 years that public health has begun to address violence, and only in the last fifteen has it done so at the global level.
The global public health response to interpersonal violence began in earnest in the mids. In , the World Health Assembly adopted Resolution WHA The World Health Organization's initial response to this resolution was to create the Department of Violence and Injury Prevention and Disability and to publish the World report on violence and health The case for the public health sector addressing interpersonal violence rests on four main arguments.
The information, resources, and infrastructures the health care sector has at its disposal are an important asset for research and prevention work. Second, the magnitude of the problem and its potentially severe lifelong consequences and high costs to individuals and wider society call for population-level interventions typical of the public health approach.
Third, the criminal justice approach, the other main approach to addressing violence link to entry above , has traditionally been more geared towards violence that occurs between male youths and adults in the street and other public places — which makes up the bulk of homicides in most countries — than towards violence occurring in private settings such as child maltreatment, intimate partner violence and elder abuse — which makes up the largest share of non-fatal violence.
Fourth, evidence is beginning to accumulate that a science-based public health approach is effective at preventing interpersonal violence. The human rights approach is based on the obligations of states to respect, protect and fulfill human rights and therefore to prevent, eradicate and punish violence.
It recognizes violence as a violation of many human rights: the rights to life, liberty, autonomy and security of the person; the rights to equality and non-discrimination; the rights to be free from torture and cruel, inhuman and degrading treatment or punishment; the right to privacy ; and the right to the highest attainable standard of health.
These human rights are enshrined in international and regional treaties and national constitutions and laws, which stipulate the obligations of states, and include mechanisms to hold states accountable.
The Convention on the Elimination of All Forms of Discrimination Against Women , for example, requires that countries party to the Convention take all appropriate steps to end violence against women.
The Convention on the Rights of the Child in its Article 19 states that States Parties shall take all appropriate legislative, administrative, social and educational measures to protect the child from all forms of physical or mental violence, injury or abuse, neglect or negligent treatment, maltreatment or exploitation, including sexual abuse , while in the care of parent s , legal guardian s or any other person who has the care of the child.
Violence is any suppression of human rights, since it is a threat of use of force to those who would otherwise exercise those rights.
Suppression of free speech is a form of violence. Suppression of free speech is allowed when there is 'clear and present danger' but the standard that must be met is very high, and does not include fear alone or media entertainment violence, etc.
In Whitney v. Men feared witches and burnt women. It is the function of speech to free men from the bondage of irrational fears.
To justify suppression of free speech there must be reasonable ground to fear that serious evil will result if free speech is practiced. Violence, as defined in the dictionary of human geography, "appears whenever power is in jeopardy" and "in and of itself stands emptied of strength and purpose: it is part of a larger matrix of socio-political power struggles".
Social and human geography, rooted in the humanist , Marxist , and feminist subfields that emerged following the early positivist approaches and subsequent behavioral turn, have long been concerned with social and spatial justice.
Derek Gregory and Alan Pred assembled the influential edited collection Violent Geographies: Fear, Terror, and Political Violence , which demonstrates how place, space, and landscape are foremost factors in the real and imagined practices of organized violence both historically and in the present.
When "modern states not only claim a monopoly of the legitimate means of violence; they also routinely use the threat of violence to enforce the rule of law",  the law not only becomes a form of violence but is violence.
The state, in the grip of a perceived, potential crisis whether legitimate or not takes preventative legal measures, such as a suspension of rights it is in this climate, as Agamben demonstrates, that the formation of the Social Democratic and Nazi government's lager or concentration camp can occur.
However, when this "in limbo" reality is designed to be in place "until further notice…the state of exception thus ceases to be referred to as an external and provisional state of factual danger and comes to be confused with juridical rule itself".
Guantanamo Bay could also be said to represent the physicality of the state of exception in space, and can just as easily draw man as homo sacer.
People were murdered with impunity because it was no crime; Cambodians were made homo sacer in a condition of bare life.
The Killing Fields—manifestations of Agamben's concept of camps beyond the normal rule of law—featured the state of exception.
As part of Pol Pot's "ideological intent…to create a purely agrarian society or cooperative",  he "dismantled the country's existing economic infrastructure and depopulated every urban area".
When "symbols of Cambodian society were equally disrupted, social institutions of every kind…were purged or torn down",  cultural violence defined as when "any aspect of culture such as language, religion, ideology, art, or cosmology is used to legitimize direct or structural violence"  is added to the structural violence of forced movement and to the direct violence, such as murder, at the Killing Fields.
Vietnam eventually intervened and the genocide officially ended. However, ten million landmines left by opposing guerillas in the s  continue to create a violent landscape in Cambodia.
Human geography, though coming late to the theorizing table, has tackled violence through many lenses, including anarchist geography, feminist geography, Marxist geography, political geography, and critical geography.
However, Adriana Cavarero notes that, "as violence spreads and assumes unheard-of forms, it becomes difficult to name in contemporary language".
As of , all forms of violence resulted in about 1. By way of comparison, the 1. For every death due to violence, there are numerous nonfatal injuries.
In , over 16 million cases of non-fatal violence-related injuries were severe enough to require medical attention.
Beyond deaths and injuries, forms of violence such as child maltreatment, intimate partner violence, and elder maltreatment have been found to be highly prevalent.
Rates and patterns of violent death vary by country and region. In recent years, homicide rates have been highest in developing countries in Sub-Saharan Africa and Latin America and the Caribbean and lowest in East Asia, the western Pacific, and some countries in northern Africa.
Poorer countries, especially those with large gaps between the rich and the poor, tend to have higher rates of homicide than wealthier countries.
Homicide rates differ markedly by age and sex. Gender differences are least marked for children. For the 15 to 29 age group, male rates were nearly six times those for female rates; for the remaining age groups, male rates were from two to four times those for females.
Studies in a number of countries show that, for every homicide among young people age 10 to 24, 20 to 40 other young people receive hospital treatment for a violent injury.
Forms of violence such as child maltreatment and intimate partner violence are highly prevalent. Wars grab headlines, but the individual risk of dying violently in an armed conflict is today relatively low—much lower than the risk of violent death in many countries that are not suffering from an armed conflict.
For example, between and , African Americans were victims of , homicides. This can be compared to the average world homicide rate of 7.
This illustration highlights the value of accounting for all forms of armed violence rather than an exclusive focus on conflict related violence.
Certainly, there are huge variations in the risk of dying from armed conflict at the national and subnational level, and the risk of dying violently in a conflict in specific countries remains extremely high.
In Iraq, for example, the direct conflict death rate for —07 was 65 per , people per year and, in Somalia, 24 per , people.
This rate even reached peaks of 91 per , in Iraq in and 74 per , in Somalia in Scientific evidence for warfare has come from settled, sedentary communities.
Fry writes that scholars are divided on the origins of this greater degree of violence—in other words, war-like behavior:.
There are basically two schools of thought on this issue. One holds that warfare The second positions on the origins of warfare sees war as much less common in the cultural and biological evolution of humans.
Here, warfare is a latecomer on the cultural horizon, only arising in very specific material circumstances and being quite rare in human history until the development of agriculture in the past 10, years.
Jared Diamond in his books Guns, Germs and Steel and The Third Chimpanzee posits that the rise of large-scale warfare is the result of advances in technology and city-states.
For instance, the rise of agriculture provided a significant increase in the number of individuals that a region could sustain over hunter-gatherer societies, allowing for development of specialized classes such as soldiers, or weapons manufacturers.
In academia, the idea of the peaceful pre-history and non-violent tribal societies gained popularity with the post-colonial perspective.
The trend, starting in archaeology and spreading to anthropology reached its height in the late half of the 20th century. Lawrence H. Fry explores Keeley's argument in depth and counters that such sources erroneously focus on the ethnography of hunters and gatherers in the present, whose culture and values have been infiltrated externally by modern civilization, rather than the actual archaeological record spanning some two million years of human existence.
Fry determines that all present ethnographically studied tribal societies, "by the very fact of having been described and published by anthropologists, have been irrevocably impacted by history and modern colonial nation states" and that "many have been affected by state societies for at least years.
The relatively peaceful period since World War II is known as the Long Peace. Steven Pinker 's book, The Better Angels of Our Nature , argued that modern society is less violent than in periods of the past, whether on the short scale of decades or long scale of centuries or millennia.
Steven Pinker argues that by every possible measure, every type of violence has drastically decreased since ancient and medieval times.
A few centuries ago, for example, genocide was a standard practice in all kinds of warfare and was so common that historians did not even bother to mention it.
Cannibalism and slavery have been greatly reduced in the last thousand years, and capital punishment is now banned in many countries.
According to Pinker, rape, murder, warfare and animal cruelty have all seen drastic declines in the 20th century. Pinker's observation of the decline in interpersonal violence echoes the work of Norbert Elias , who attributes the decline to a "civilizing process", in which the state's monopolization of violence, the maintenance of socioeconomic interdependencies or "figurations", and the maintenance of behavioural codes in culture all contribute to the development of individual sensibilities, which increase the repugnance of individuals towards violent acts.
Some scholars disagree with the argument that all violence is decreasing arguing that not all types of violent behaviour are lower now than in the past.
They suggest that research typically focuses on lethal violence, often looks at homicide rates of death due to warfare , but ignore the less obvious forms of violence.
Beyond deaths and injuries, highly prevalent forms of violence such as child maltreatment and intimate partner violence have serious lifelong non-injury health consequences.
In countries with high levels of violence, economic growth can be slowed down, personal and collective security eroded, and social development impeded.
Families edging out of poverty and investing in schooling their sons and daughters can be ruined through the violent death or severe disability of the main breadwinner.
Communities can be caught in poverty traps where pervasive violence and deprivation form a vicious circle that stifles economic growth. For societies, meeting the direct costs of health, criminal justice, and social welfare responses to violence diverts many billions of dollars from more constructive societal spending.
The much larger indirect costs of violence due to lost productivity and lost investment in education work together to slow economic development, increase socioeconomic inequality, and erode human and social capital.
Additionally, communities with high level of violence do not provide the level of stability and predictability vital for a prospering business economy.
Individuals will be less likely to invest money and effort towards growth in such unstable and violent conditions. The results of the research prove the correlation of the human capital and the interpersonal violence.
Religious and political ideologies have been the cause of interpersonal violence throughout history. Both supporters and opponents of the 21st-century War on Terrorism regard it largely as an ideological and religious war.
Vittorio Bufacchi describes two different modern concepts of violence, one the "minimalist conception" of violence as an intentional act of excessive or destructive force, the other the "comprehensive conception" which includes violations of rights, including a long list of human needs.
Anti-capitalists assert that capitalism is violent. They believe private property and profit survive only because police violence defends them and that capitalist economies need war to expand.
Frantz Fanon critiqued the violence of colonialism and wrote about the counter violence of the "colonized victims. Throughout history, most religions and individuals like Mahatma Gandhi have preached that humans are capable of eliminating individual violence and organizing societies through purely nonviolent means.
Gandhi himself once wrote: "A society organized and run on the basis of complete non-violence would be the purest anarchy.
For many people, But, certainly, violence is more than killing people, unless one includes all those words and actions that kill people slowly.
We must insist that violence also refers to that which is psychologically destructive, that which demeans, damages, or depersonalizes others.
Some of the most pervasive and most dangerous forms of violence are those that are often hidden from view against women and children, especially ; just beneath the surface in many of our homes, churches, and communities is abuse enough to freeze the blood.
Moreover, many forms of systemic violence often slip past our attention because they are so much a part of the infrastructure of life e.
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Further information: Media violence research. For other uses, see History of violence disambiguation. Main article: Religious violence. Several philosophers following Nietzsche, Heidegger, Foucault, and Derrida have emphasized and explicated this fundamental violence.
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