Conception of violence in the West Bank
The main research questions are: How is violence conceived and handled in the West Bank? To what extent, and in which ways, does colonial history, a weak state, and legal pluralism in the area impact on the conception and handling of violence? These research questions can bring new knowledge about: (a) conceptions of violence, and various ways of handling it; (b) the relationship between conceptions of violence, social control and power structures organizing societies; (c) social control in the West Bank under occupation; (d) the relationship between western ideas of justice and social control in the global south.
|Effective start/end date||2013/01/01 → 2016/12/31|
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