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Books > Social sciences > Politics & government > Political control & freedoms > Political control & influence > Political oppression & persecution

The Politics of Slavery (Paperback): Laura Brace The Politics of Slavery (Paperback)
Laura Brace
R559 R495 Discovery Miles 4 950 Save R64 (11%) Ships in 10 - 15 working days

What makes a slave a slave? What does it mean to think about slavery as a political question? This book examines slavery and freedom as founding narratives of the liberal subject and of modernity. Laura Brace asks what happens when we try to bring slaves back into history, and into the history of political thought in particular. Looking at scholarship on both 'old' and 'new' slavery, the book assesses the work of Aristotle, Locke, Hegel, Kant, Wollstonecraft and Mill, and explores the contemporary concerns of human trafficking and the prison industrial complex to consider the limitations of 'new slavery' discourse.

Sudan and South Sudan - From One to Two (Hardcover): B. Malwal Sudan and South Sudan - From One to Two (Hardcover)
B. Malwal
R2,993 Discovery Miles 29 930 Ships in 7 - 11 working days

The Republic of Sudan's former Culture Minister and a leading architect in the movement to gain independence for South Sudan, Bona Malwal, provides a factual and personal account of the break up of Sudan. He explores its troubled history post-colonialism and offers a frank account of the many challenges that both nations face in the coming years.

An Evil Cradling (Paperback, Reissue): Brian Keenan An Evil Cradling (Paperback, Reissue)
Brian Keenan 2
R283 R235 Discovery Miles 2 350 Save R48 (17%) Ships in 10 - 15 working days

Brian Keenan went to Beirut in 1985 for a change of scene from his native Belfast. He became headline news when he was kidnapped by fundamentalist Shi’ite militiamen and held in the suburbs of Beirut for the next four and a half years. For much of that time he was shut off from all news and contact with anyone other than his jailers and, later, his fellow hostages, amongst them John McCarthy.

The Right to Self-Determination - The Sri Lankan Tamil National Question (Paperback): Helena Whall The Right to Self-Determination - The Sri Lankan Tamil National Question (Paperback)
Helena Whall
R579 Discovery Miles 5 790 Ships in 7 - 11 working days
The Essential Guide for Helping Refugees - Includes Status Determination, Training and Advocacy (Paperback): Patrick Sookhdeo The Essential Guide for Helping Refugees - Includes Status Determination, Training and Advocacy (Paperback)
Patrick Sookhdeo
R361 R340 Discovery Miles 3 400 Save R21 (6%) Ships in 7 - 11 working days

Many Christians are forced by persecution to become refugees far from home, and they face immense challenges. Churches are increasingly providing support and guidance for them during the refugee application process. This manual is designed to encourage and facilitate this ministry by outlining the processes involved and providing recommendations for action. It can be used as both a reference tool for those supporting a particular individual and a training resource for groups of volunteers.

On the Uses and Abuses of Political Apologies (Hardcover): Mihaela Mihai, Mathias Thaler On the Uses and Abuses of Political Apologies (Hardcover)
Mihaela Mihai, Mathias Thaler
R2,424 Discovery Miles 24 240 Ships in 10 - 15 working days

Examining the complex nature of state apologies for past injustices, this title probes the various functions they fulfil within contemporary democracies. Cutting-edge theoretical and empirical research and insightful philosophical analyses are supplemented by real-life case studies, providing a normative and balanced account of states saying 'sorry'.

Memory's Turn - Reckoning with Dictatorship in Brazil (Paperback): Rebecca J. Atencio Memory's Turn - Reckoning with Dictatorship in Brazil (Paperback)
Rebecca J. Atencio
R733 R691 Discovery Miles 6 910 Save R42 (6%) Ships in 10 - 15 working days

After twenty-one years of military dictatorship, Brazil returned to democratic rule in 1985. Yet over the following two decades, the country largely ignored human rights crimes committed by state security agents, crimes that included the torture, murder, and disappearance of those who opposed the authoritarian regime. In clear and engaging prose, Rebecca J. Atencio tells the story of the slow turn to memory in Brazil, a turn that has taken place in both politics and in cultural production. She shows how testimonial literature, telenovelas, literary novels, theatrical plays, and memorials have interacted with policies adopted by the Brazilian state, often in unexpected ways. Under the right circumstances, official and cultural forms of reckoning combine in Brazil to produce what Atencio calls cycles of cultural memory. Novel meanings of the past are forged, and new cultural works are inspired, thus creating the possibility for further turns in the cycle. The first book to analyze Brazil's reckoning with dictatorship through both institutional and cultural means, Memory's Turn is a rich, informative exploration of the interplay between these different modes of memory reconstruction.

Voices from Prison - The Cuban Five (Paperback, 1st): Gerardo Hernandez, Ramon Labanino, Rafael Cancel Miranda Voices from Prison - The Cuban Five (Paperback, 1st)
Gerardo Hernandez, Ramon Labanino, Rafael Cancel Miranda; Edited by Mary-Alice Waters; Illustrated by Antonio Guerrero
R170 R140 Discovery Miles 1 400 Save R30 (18%) Ships in 7 - 11 working days
Internalized Oppression - The Psychology of Marginalized Groups (Paperback): E. J. R. David Internalized Oppression - The Psychology of Marginalized Groups (Paperback)
E. J. R. David
R1,615 Discovery Miles 16 150 Ships in 7 - 11 working days

"It is a great honor to write the foreword to such an important book edited by E.J.R. David, filled with contributions from leading and emerging psychological scholars on internalized oppression. One of the best features of the book, in my opinion, is that the chapter authors are allowed to share their own personal experiences and that such experiences are regarded to be just as valid and legitimate as the 'theories' and 'empirical studies' that they review."

-Eduardo Duran, PhD
7th Direction Therapy, Assessment, and Consulting
Author of Healing the Soul Wound and Co-Author of Native American Postcolonial Psychology"

The oppression of various groups has taken place throughout human history. People are stereotyped, discriminated against, and treated unjustly simply because of their social group membership. But what does it look like when the oppression that people face from the outside gets under their skin? Long overdue, this is the first book to highlight the universality of internalized oppression across marginalized groups in the United States from a mental health perspective. It focuses on the psychological manifestations and mental health implications of internalized oppression for a variety of groups. The book provides insight into the ways in which internalized oppression influences the thoughts, attitudes, feelings, and behaviors of the oppressed toward themselves, other members of their group, and members of the dominant group. It also considers promising clinical and community programs that are currently addressing internalized oppression among specific groups.

The book describes the implications and unique manifestations of internalized oppression among African Americans, Latinos, Asian Americans, Pacific Islanders, American Indians and Alaska natives, women, people with disabilities, and the lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender community. For each group, the text considers its demographic profile, history of oppression, contemporary oppression, common manifestations and mental and behavioral health implications, clinical and community programs, and future directions. Chapters are written by leading and emerging scholars, who share their personal experiences to provide a real-world point of view. Additionally, each chapter is coauthored by a member of a particular community group, who helps to bring academic concepts to life. Key Features:

Addresses the universality of internalized oppression across marginalized groups in the U.S. and its corresponding mental health and psychological manifestations Considers how specific groups exhibit internalized oppression in their own unique ways Provides insight into how internalized oppression influences the thoughts, feelings, attitudes, and behaviors of the oppressed Highlights promising clinical and community programs

The History of the Stasi - East Germany's Secret Police, 1945-1990 (Hardcover, New): Jens Gieseke The History of the Stasi - East Germany's Secret Police, 1945-1990 (Hardcover, New)
Jens Gieseke; Translated by David Burnett
R3,448 Discovery Miles 34 480 Ships in 7 - 11 working days

"The book is an exceptional achievement in every respect: it offers a calm, detached, factual and well balanced socio-historical analysis of the MfS (Ministry for Security) that covers all aspects." * Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung "[This book] provides an excellent introduction to the chronology, structure, and activities of the MfS." * Kritika. Explorations in Russian and Eurasian History "This is an excellent book, full of careful, balanced judgements and a wealth of concisely-communicated knowledge. It is also well written. Indeed, it is the best book yet published on the MfS...More than any other written on the MfS, his is a work of real scholarship which attempts a comprehensive history of the Ministry and its operations and assesses their development and significance." * German History "Gieseke's opus magnum belongs to one of the greatest scholarly achievements [in this field]." * Militageschichtliche Zeitschrift "Not only does Gieseke's book deserve the widest possible audience in Germany, but an English translation would fill a glaring need elsewhere in the world." * H-German "Gieseke has with this book produced an outstanding study of the phenomenon of state security of the GDR with all its important aspects. It is highly recommended to specialists as well as a wider readership." * H-Soz-u-Kult The East German Ministry for State Security stood for Stalinist oppression and all-encompassing surveillance. The "shield and sword of the party," it secured the rule of the Communist Party for more than forty years, and by the 1980s it had become the largest secret-police apparatus in the world, per capita. Jens Gieseke tells the story of the Stasi, a feared secret-police force and a highly professional intelligence service. He inquires into the mechanisms of dictatorship and the day-to-day effects of surveillance and suspicion. Masterful and thorough at once, he takes the reader through this dark chapter of German postwar history, supplying key information on perpetrators, informers, and victims. In an assessment of post-communist memory politics, he critically discusses the consequences of opening the files and the outcomes of the Stasi debate in reunified Germany. A major guide for research on communist secret-police forces, this book is considered the standard reference work on the Stasi and has already been translated into a number of Eastern European languages. Jens Gieseke is head of the "Communism and Society" research department at the Centre for Contemporary History in Potsdam, Germany. He previously worked for fifteen years in the research division of the Federal Commissioner for the Stasi Records in Berlin. He co-edited Staatssicherheit und Gesellschaft (Gottingen, 2007); Handbuch der kommunistischen Geheimdienste in Osteuropa (Gottingen, 2008); and Die Geschichte der SED (Berlin, 2011).

Memory and Postwar Memorials - Confronting the Violence of the Past (Hardcover): M. Silberman, F. Vatan Memory and Postwar Memorials - Confronting the Violence of the Past (Hardcover)
M. Silberman, F. Vatan
R2,962 R2,666 Discovery Miles 26 660 Save R296 (10%) Ships in 10 - 15 working days

The twentieth century witnessed genocides, ethnic cleansing, forced population expulsions, shifting borders, and other disruptions on an unprecedented scale. This book examines the work of memory and the ethics of healing in post authoritarian societies that have experienced state-perpetrated violence. Focusing on global memorialization practices and local specificities, the contributors explore trans-generational encounters, performances, rituals, and diverse forms of remembrance and reconciliation in the aftermath of violent historical events: WWII, the Holocaust and the fall of the Berlin Wall, Stalinism in post-Soviet Russia and Eastern Europe, collaboration in Vichy France, the Civil War in Spain, and apartheid in South Africa.

Blind Conscience (Paperback, New): Margot O'Neill Blind Conscience (Paperback, New)
Margot O'Neill
R553 R511 Discovery Miles 5 110 Save R42 (8%) Ships in 10 - 15 working days

On the 'long list' for the inaugural John Button Prize for Australian politics and social policy. This profoundly moving book reveals the untold story of the people who struggled to get asylum seekers out of detention and change government policy. "Lateline" journalist Margot O'Neill, who covered many of these stories while they were happening, paints a compelling and heartbreaking picture through an extraordinary cast of characters. Some, like Petro Georgiou, Julian Burnside and Phillip Ruddock, are very well-known. Others are not famous but simply felt compelled to follow their consciences and act to help desperate people in desperate situations, often to the detriment of their personal well-being.

An Issue Of Justice - Origins of the Israel/Palestine Conflict (CD): Norman Finkelstein An Issue Of Justice - Origins of the Israel/Palestine Conflict (CD)
Norman Finkelstein
R228 R182 Discovery Miles 1 820 Save R46 (20%) Ships in 10 - 15 working days

Finkelstein lays out the history of the Israel/Palestine conflict with clarity and passion, arguing that any other similar conflict would be perfectly understood, yet this one exists beneath a blanket of ideological fog. Finkelstein cuts through the fog with indisputable historical facts, optimistic that the struggle is winnable, and that it is simply an issue of justice.

Norman Finkelstein was born in Brooklyn, New York, in 1953. He is the son of two Holocaust survivors. He received his doctorate from Princeton University for a thesis on the theory of Zionism. He is the author of four books, including "The Holocaust Industry." His writings have also appeared in many prestigious journals. Currently he teaches political science at DePaul University in Chicago.

Uncompromised - The Rise, Fall, and Redemption of an Arab-American Patriot in the CIA (Paperback): Nada Prouty Uncompromised - The Rise, Fall, and Redemption of an Arab-American Patriot in the CIA (Paperback)
Nada Prouty
R530 R424 Discovery Miles 4 240 Save R106 (20%) Ships in 7 - 11 working days

When Nada Prouty came to the United States as a young woman, she fell in love with the democracy and freedom of her new home.Following a childhood in war-torn Lebanon with an abusive father, and facing the prospect of an arranged marriage, she jumped at the chance to forge her own path in America - a path that led to exciting undercover work in the FBI, then the CIA. But all this changed in the wake of 9/11, at the height of anti-Arab fervor, when federal investigators charged Prouty with passing intelligence to Hezbollah. Though the CIA and federal judge eventually exonerated Prouty of all charges, she was dismissed from the agency and stripped of her citizenship. In Uncompromised, Prouty tells her whole story in a bid to restore her name and reputation in the country that she loves. Beyond a thrilling story of espionage and betrayal, this is a sobering commentary on cultural alienation, the power of fear, and what it means to truly love America.

Los Cinco Cubanos: Quienes son, por que les fabricaron un caso, por que deben ser liberados - De las paginas del "Militante"... Los Cinco Cubanos: Quienes son, por que les fabricaron un caso, por que deben ser liberados - De las paginas del "Militante" (Paperback, 2nd edition)
Martin Koppel, Mary-Alice Waters
R138 R118 Discovery Miles 1 180 Save R20 (14%) Ships in 7 - 11 working days
The Cuban Five: Who They are; Why They Were Framed; Why They Should be Free - From the Pages of the Militant (Paperback, 3rd... The Cuban Five: Who They are; Why They Were Framed; Why They Should be Free - From the Pages of the Militant (Paperback, 3rd Revised edition)
Martin Koppel, Mary-Alice Waters
R136 R116 Discovery Miles 1 160 Save R20 (15%) Ships in 7 - 11 working days
The Inferno - A Story of Terror and Survival in Chile (Hardcover): Luz Arce The Inferno - A Story of Terror and Survival in Chile (Hardcover)
Luz Arce
R1,780 R1,591 Discovery Miles 15 910 Save R189 (11%) Ships in 10 - 15 working days

As a member of Salvador Allende's Personal Guards (GAP), Luz Arce worked with leaders of the Socialist Party during the Popular Unity Government from 1971 to1973. In the months following the coup, Arce served as a militant with others from the Left who opposed the military junta led by Augusto Pinochet, which controlled the country from 1973 to1990. Along with thousands of others in Chile, Arce was detained and tortured by Chile's military intelligence service, the DINA, in their attempt to eliminate alternative voices and ideologies in the country. Arce's testimonial offers the harrowing story of the abuse she suffered and witnessed as a survivor of detention camps, such as the infamous Villa Grimaldi.
But when faced with threats made to her family, including her young son, and with the possibility that she could be murdered as thousands of others had been, Arce began to collaborate with the Chilean military in their repression of national resistance groups and outlawed political parties. Her testimonial thus also offers a unique perspective from within the repressive structures as she tells of her work as a DINA agent whose identifications even lead to the capture of some of her former friends and companeros.
During Chile's return to democracy in the early 1990s, Arce experienced two fundamental changes in her life that led to the writing of her story. The first was a deep spiritual renewal through her contacts with the Catholic Church whose Vicariate of Solidarity had fought for human rights in the country during the dictatorship. The second was her decision to participate within the legal system to identify and bring to justice those members of the military who wereresponsible for the crimes committed from 1973 to1990. Luz Arce's book invites readers to rethink the definition of testimonial narrative in Latin America through the unique perspective of a survivor-witness-confessor.

Arab Spring Dreams - The Next Generation Speaks Out for Freedom and Justice from North Africa to Iran (Paperback): Sohrab... Arab Spring Dreams - The Next Generation Speaks Out for Freedom and Justice from North Africa to Iran (Paperback)
Sohrab Ahmari, Nasser Weddady; Foreword by Gloria Steinem; Afterword by Lech Walesa 1
R485 R391 Discovery Miles 3 910 Save R94 (19%) Ships in 7 - 11 working days

From a gay man secretly mourning his lover's suicide in Morocco to a young woman denied schooling because of religious discrimination in Iran, Arab Spring Dreams spotlights some of the Middle East's most outspoken young dissidents. The essayists cover a wide range of experiences, including premarital sex, the lack of educational opportunities, teenage marriage, and the fight for political freedom. They also highlight how repressive laws and cultural mores snuff out liberty and stifle growth and consider how previous movements - particularly the American civil rights struggle - might be channeled to effect change in their own countries. Beautifully written and profoundly moving, these stories present a decisive call for change at a crucial point in the evolution of the Middle East.

Fire Under The Snow - Testimony of a Tibetan Prisoner (Paperback, New Ed): Palden Gyatso Fire Under The Snow - Testimony of a Tibetan Prisoner (Paperback, New Ed)
Palden Gyatso 2
R291 Discovery Miles 2 910 Ships in 10 - 15 working days

In 1992 the Venerable Palden Gyatso was released after thirty-three years of imprisonment by Chinese forces in Tibet. He fled across the Himalayas to India, smuggling with him the instruments of his torture. This powerful text is the story of his life and irrefutable testimony to the appalling suffering of the Tibetan nation at the hands of the Chinese.

A Sociology of Immigration - (Re)Making Multifaceted America (Paperback): E. Morawska A Sociology of Immigration - (Re)Making Multifaceted America (Paperback)
E. Morawska
R917 Discovery Miles 9 170 Ships in 10 - 15 working days

This book proposes a new encompassing theoretical framework for the study of immigration. Ewa Morawska provides a systematic comparative examination of the experience of turn-of-the-twentieth-century and present-day immigrants, and of eight contemporary immigrant groups in the United States. Within this interpretative framework, Morawska examines four major issues informing current sociological studies of immigration: mechanisms and effects of international migration, processes of immigrants' assimilation and transnational engagements, and the adaptation patterns of the second generation. This study focuses on the interactive framework in which immigrants, responding to circumstances not of their choosing, nonetheless make history. Though the book is shaped by an underlying theoretical framework, the key theoretical issues are explored through a comparison of eight different groups, providing rich, empirical, grounded material. As the groups range widely in origins and immigrant experiences, they shed light on one of the salient aspects of the contemporary immigrant phenomenon, namely its diversity. The concluding chapter offers a thoughtful review of the main agendas of immigration research in different regions of the world followed by the author's suggestions regarding better-informed cross-national/regional studies in this field.

Afghanistan, Where God Only Comes To Weep (Paperback): Siba Shakib Afghanistan, Where God Only Comes To Weep (Paperback)
Siba Shakib
R313 R259 Discovery Miles 2 590 Save R54 (17%) Ships in 10 - 15 working days

Shirin-Gol was just a young girl when her village was levelled by the Russians' bombs in 1979. After the men in her family joined the resistance, she fled with the women and children to the capital, Kabul, and so began a life of day-to-day struggle in her war-torn country. A life that includes a period living in the harsh conditions of a Pakistani refugee camp, being forced into a marriage to pay off her brother's gambling debts, selling her body and begging for the money to feed her growing family, an attempted suicide, and an unsuccessful endeavour to leave Afghanistan for Iran after the Taliban seized control of her country. Told truthfully and with unflinching detail to writer and documentary-maker Siba Shakib, and incorporating some of the shocking experiences of Shirin-Gol's friends and family members, this is the story of the fate of many of the women in Afghanistan. But it is also a story of great courage, the moving story of a proud woman, a woman who did not want to be banished to a life behind the walls of her house, or told how to dress, who wanted an education for her children so that they could have a chance of a future, to live their lives without fear and poverty. .

An Act of State - The Execution of Martin Luther King (Paperback, Updated ed.): William F. Pepper An Act of State - The Execution of Martin Luther King (Paperback, Updated ed.)
William F. Pepper
R610 Discovery Miles 6 100 Ships in 10 - 15 working days

Martin Luther King Jr was the most powerful and eloquent champion of the poor and oppressed in US history, and at the height of his fame in the mid-sixties seemed to offer the real possibility of a new and radical beginning for liberal politics in the USA. In 1968, he was assassinated; the movement for social and economic change has never recovered.The conviction of James Earl Ray for his murder has never looked even remotely safe, and when William Pepper began to investigate the case it was the start of a twenty-five year campaign for justice. At a civil trial in 1999, supported by the King family, seventy witnesses under oath set out the details of the conspiracy Pepper had unearthed: the jury took just one hour to find that Ray was not responsible for the assassination, that a wide-ranging conspiracy existed, and that government agents were involved."An Act of State" lays out the extraordinary facts of the King story - of the huge groundswell of optimism engendered by his charismatic radicalism, of how plans for his execution were laid at the very heart of government and the military, of the disinformation and media cover-ups that followed every attempt to search out the truth. As shocking as it is tragic, "An Act of State" remains the most compelling and authoritative account of how King's challenge to the US establishment led inexorably to his murder

Serbia's Antibureaucratic Revolution - Milosevic, the Fall of Communism and Nationalist Mobilization (Hardcover, 2008... Serbia's Antibureaucratic Revolution - Milosevic, the Fall of Communism and Nationalist Mobilization (Hardcover, 2008 ed.)
N Vladisavljevic, Nebojsa Vladisavljevi?
R2,759 Discovery Miles 27 590 Ships in 7 - 11 working days

The antibureaucratic revolution was the most crucial episode of Yugoslav conflicts after Tito. Drawing on primary sources and cutting-edge research, this book explains how popular unrest contributed to the fall of communism and the rise of a new form of authoritarianism, competing nationalisms and the break-up of Yugoslavia.

Putin and the Oligarch - The Khodorkovsky-Yukos Affair (Hardcover, New): Richard Sakwa Putin and the Oligarch - The Khodorkovsky-Yukos Affair (Hardcover, New)
Richard Sakwa
R855 Discovery Miles 8 550 Ships in 10 - 15 working days

The arrest of Mikhail Khodorkovsky, the head of the Yukos oil company, on 25 October 2003, was a key turning point in modern Russian history. At that time Khodorkovsky was one of the world's richest and most powerful men, while Yukos had been transformed into a vast and lucrative oil company that was set to go global. On all counts, this looked like a success story, but it was precisely at this moment that the Russian authorities struck. After two controversial trials, attracting widespread international condemnation, Khodorkovsky was sentenced to fourteen years in jail. In this book, Richard Sakwa examines the rise and fall of Yukos, and the development of the Russian oil industry more generally. Sakwa analyses Russia's emergence as an energy superpower, and considers the question of the 'natural resource curse' and the use of energy rents to bolster Russia as a great power and to maintain the autonomy of the regime. Crucially this book also examines the relationship between Putin's state and big business during Russia's traumatic shift from the Soviet planned economy to the market system.It is a detailed analysis of one of the most dramatic confrontations between economic and political power in our era, full of human drama and moral dilemmas. It is also a study of political economy, with the market and state coming into confrontation. Above all, the 'Yukos affair' continues to shape contemporary Russian politics, with a weakened judiciary and insecure property rights. It traces the struggles of the Putin era as two visions of society came into conflict. The attack on Khodorkovsky had - and continues to have - far-reaching political and economic consequences but it also raises fundamental questions about the quality of freedom in Putin's Russia as well as in the world at large.

The Aquariums of Pyongyang (Paperback, Main): Kang Chol-Hwan, Pierre Rigoulot The Aquariums of Pyongyang (Paperback, Main)
Kang Chol-Hwan, Pierre Rigoulot
R310 R255 Discovery Miles 2 550 Save R55 (18%) Ships in 10 - 15 working days

'I beseech you to read this account' - Christopher Hitchens A magnificent, harrowing testimony to the voiceless victims of North Korea. Kang Chol-Hwan is the first survivor of a North Korean concentration camp to escape the 'hermit kingdom' and tell his story to the world. This memoir reveals the human suffering in his camp, with its forced labour, frequent public executions and near-starvation rations. Kang eventually escaped to South Korea via China to give testimony to the hardships and atrocities that constitute the lives of the thousands of people still detained in the gulags today. Part horror story, part historical document, part memoir, part political tract, this story of one young man's personal suffering finally gives eye-witness proof to this neglected chapter of modern history.

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