Killing strangers :
how political violence became modern /
T. K. Wilson.
|Main Creator:||Wilson, Tim, 1971-|
Victims just happen, as the saying goes, to 'be in the wrong place at the wrong time'. We accept this contemporary reality - at least to some degree. But we rarely ask: where has it come from historically? Killing Strangers tackles this question head on. It examines how such violence became 'unchained' from inter-personal relationships. It traces the rise of such impersonal violence by examining violence in conjunction with changing social and political realities.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
Physical description: ix, 257 pages ; 24 cm.
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