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Over the last 15 years the world has undergone a rash a violent crimes, particularly as it concerns shootings. The Columbine High School shootings of 1999 started what seemed to be a media frenzy around coverage of highly violent crimes. Since Columbine, other noted shootings include Virginia Tech University (2007), Aurora, Colorado movie theater (2012), Fort Hood, Texas (2009 and 2014) and the list unfortunately goes ON! Are technology and the media to blame? Are we to blame for our incessant need to be "entertained" and in the know? Join us as we discuss the most current shooting massacre of Isla Vista. Joining us in the discussion is International Trauma expert Dr. Susan Sutton-Clawson.
Violent crimes in America have become an epidemic within the past decade or so, with more juvenile offenders taking to the streets, homicide and murder rates have skyrocketed, as science does their best to study the minds of America's most horrific killers. Amanda Seaton would like to invite you to delve into the world of crime and forensics, as she provides an analysis of those violent crimes committed by juvenile offenders, mothers, husbands, room-mates, ex-football players, and one of the most famous sadistic serial killers of the 1970's. The book explores the substantial problem the United States of America is facing with violent crimes, not just committed by adults, but juvenile offenders as well. VIOLENT CRIMES IN AMERICA: And The Forensic Disciplines Used To Solve Them-Amanda Seaton
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Every time the issue of immigration comes up Democrats try to make the argument that the country was built because of immigrants. Nobody disagrees with that argument but the problem conservatives have is with ILLEGAL immigration. Shoplifters are not violent but they are criminals. That is why they get locked up when they get caught. There are a lot of crimes that are not violent in nature but there are consequences for the laws being broken. We are a country of laws and it is evident that illegal aliens have no respect for those laws. Have you ever heard Democrats putting pressure on the country the immigrants are leaving to fix the problems in their country to stop their citizens from leaving? No they want the world to think there is a problem with the way the United States treat these criminals. Do you ever hear Democrats addressing the harshness of other countries treatment of illegal aliens? No because other countries believe in the sovereignty of their nation. The First Lady of Honduras can come to our country to “inspect” the condition of our detention centers but she can’t get her husband to get control of the gangs and cartels that plagues her country. Of course not. The cartels and gangs are contributing to the local economy and so do the illegal when they work here and send their money back to their country. We have enough leaches and freeloaders of our own to take on other countries’ problems.
"Gender-based violence" it's been called. Basically it means beating up women. Misusing women. Oppressing women. It's a global problem and every race of people has been guilty of it. As the world expresses outrage at yet another kidnapping of girls in Nigeria by the group Boko Haram, group members brag that they have "converted" the girls to Islam. There is nothing Divine or God inspired about misusing females, yet every religion has teachings that have been misconstrued to condone it. Why is this such a crisis among human beings? Women raise sons, why are they not able to raise their boys to treat women with dignity and respect? What kind of men are they choosing to father their sons, are they choosing men who set a bad example? Bad behavior is not genetic, it is learned in ones own culture and society. When do boys learn to be violent against women? How do we break the cycle and change this culture of contempt for women?
(Note: The topic of building a non-violent culture was introduced in this episode but not developed until "Being The Change," April 14.)
The episode intended to tie the “Lean In Legacy Template” into the issue of "The Building of A Non-Violent Culture” -- and -- the most significant findings, to date, from the New Horizons’ sponsored Possible Human, Possible Society Study.
How is it, or better yet, WHY is it that illgal aliens, with violent criminal records are set free and 9 year old girls are arrested for school-yard style tiffs?
We must do a better job at identifiying the real criminals in this country. The ones who are locking us up seem to me to be the biggest criminals.
Shame on these police officers, scratch that! They are NOT police officers. Police officers don't do that.
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Tonight host Kasaun E. Henry discusses the decline of violence. Empirical data from independent and reputable sources - such as the Human Security Report, Winning the War on War by Joshua Goldstein, The Better Angels of Our Nature: Why Violence Has Declined by Steven Pinker, etc. - are showing that global violence is declining, in spite of occasional violent outbursts.
Do you believe that the world is becoming less violent? Do you think it's possible for violence to decrease? What would it take for you to believe that violence is decreasing?
Who is experiencing more stress related to violence? Students with mental & physical disabilities? Or their family? Or teachers? So many professionals are trying to help understand our violent times; however, many of the solutions are increasing stress, specifically in classrooms. The association of mental disabilities with violence and gun control has caused great controversy. Join Dr. Applewhite and guests as they share positive ways to handle stress in the midst of violent times. . Join us live at 10 am (AZ-GMT zone) on Saturdays by chat or calling 1-646-727-3758; or, just listen and share the archived shows ANYTIME at http://blogtalkradio.com/student2teacher.
Televised scenes of white police demonstrating overt hatred for peaceful protest marchers attacking them with police dogs and high powered water hoses moved many indignant citizens to join the Civil Rights Movement. Here was hatred that was visibly expressed, and it was easy to confront it with non-violent protest marches and draw it out in the open. Dr. Martin Luther King's strategy to expose and defeat open and violent racial hatred was successful. Today, as the Nation celebrates Dr. King's life and work, we ask the question, Can Dr. King's strategy of non-violent direct confrontation end gang violence? There are often peace marches after someone is shot down, but no one confronts the or exposes those responsible. How would Dr. King's strategy work in drawing out those who are mired in battles for gang turf, their senseless killings creating more fear and danger than white racists ever did? Who would march unarmed through gang turf? Who would march up to the front door of known gang leaders and have a "sit in" on their front porch and pray and sing hymns until they called a truce? Would marchers include women and children like in Dr. King's time? Would we call in television cameras to observe the community's reactions? Do we use the same tactics against police brutality? What about those police officers who are known to be agitators, who harrass innocent citizens in the name of "fighting gang crime?" Do we march to their homes and "sit in" or "pray in" until they resign from their jobs? Dr. King's strategy was very aggressive and very personal in exposing those whose actions were hateful and destructive. Can we successfully use those tactics to address the problems of crime and violence in our community today? If so, how? If such a demonstration were organized ould YOU be willing to participate? Participants in the 1960s Civil Rights Movement reflect on this question.
News stories that feature the violence towards innocent persons, specifically tragedies caused by students, are increasing? Why are schools unable to identify potentially violent students? Listen to some of the reasons for the protection of information and privacy laws. This Rebroadcast from 9-1-12 with special guest Dr. Jamila Williams may help us deal with the increasing frustration related to recent tragedies, like the shootings at Sandy Hook Elementary School (December 14, 2012) to the terrorist bombing at the Boston Marathon (April 15, 2013). For over 30 years, Dr. Danita Applewhite has been bringing attention to the many psychosocial issues, including violence in schools and the workplace, that affect those with or without mental disabilities. LISTEN ANYTIME to the archived shows at http://blogtalkradio.com/student2teacher.
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In this episode, Dr. Evelin Lindner and Dr. Linda Hartling will draw our attention to their work on Human Dignity and Humiliation Studies (HumanDHS), a global transdisciplinary fellowship of concerned academics, practitioners, activists, artists, and others, who collaborate in a spirit of mutual support to understand the complex dynamics of dignity and humiliation. Their goal is to stimulate systemic change - globally and locally - to open space for mutual respect and esteem to take root and grow, thus ending humiliating practices and breaking cycles of humiliation while advancing dignity throughout the world.
Date: Wednesday, December 4, 2013 at 11 am in ET New York.
Evelin Lindner is the founding president of Human Dignity and Humiliation Studies (HumanDHS). Dr. Lindner has a dual education as a Medical Doctor and a Psychologist, with two Ph.D.s. (Dr. med. and Dr. psychol.). She lives and teaches globally. Among others, she is also a research fellow at the University of Oslo since 1997, affiliated with Columbia University in New York City since 2001 (with the Advanced Consortium on Cooperation, Conflict, and Complexity, AC4), and with the Maison des Sciences de l'Homme in Paris since 2003.
Linda M. Hartling, Ph.D., is the Director of Human Dignity and Humiliation Studies (HumanDHS). Dr. Hartling is the past Associate Director of the Jean Baker Miller Training Institute (JBMTI), part of the Wellesley Centers for Women (WCW) at Wellesley College in Massachusetts, the largest women’s research center in the United States. Dr. Hartling holds a doctoral degree in clinical/community psychology and has published papers on Relational-Cultural Theory, workplace practices, resilience, substance abuse prevention, and the psychological and social impact of humiliation.
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