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Volume 15 Issue 5 (September/October 2005), Pages 319-423

Globalised violence, community psychology and the bombing and occupation of Afghanistan and Iraq (pages 414-423)

Abstract

In this article, I first set out a conceptualisation of globalised violence. I then reflect upon how psychology networks in general and community psychology networks in particular appear to have positioned themselves publicly in relation to the violence of the recent bombing and occupation of Afghanistan and Iraq. I ask whether networks of Community Psychologists are able/willing to publicly position themselves in regards to these specific events and the levels of globalised violence in general. Copyright © 2005 John Wiley & Sons, Ltd.

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