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Outlawed by Daniel M. Goldstein

Outlawed by Daniel M. Goldstein

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An ethnography examining how indigenous residents of crime-ridden, marginalized neighborhoods in Cochabamba, Bolivia, struggle to balance human rights with their need for safety and security.
An ethnography examining how indigenous residents of crime-ridden, marginalized neighborhoods in Cochabamba, Bolivia, struggle to balance human rights with their need for safety and security.

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Published by: Duke University Press on Jul 18, 2012
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Between Security andrightS in a Bolivian city
 
daniel M
.
goldStein
 
OUTLAWED
A John Hope Franklin Center Book
 
The Cultures and Practice of Violence Series
SERIES EDITORS
Neil L. Whitehead, University of Wisconsin, MadisonJo Ellen Fair, University of Wisconsin, MadisonLeigh Payne, University of Wisconsin, Madison
The study of violence has often focused on the political andeconomic conditions under which violence is generated, thesuffering of victims, and the psychology of its interpersonal dy-namics. Less familiar are the role of perpetrators, their motiva-tions, and the social conditions under which they are able tooperate. In the context of postcolonial state building and morelatterly the collapse and implosion of society, community vio-lence, state repression, and the phenomena of judicial inquiriesin the aftermath of civil conflict, there is a need to better com-prehend the role of those who actually do the work of violencetorturers, assassins, and terrorists—as much as the role of thosewho suffer its consequences.When atrocity and murder take place, they feed the world of the iconic imagination that transcends reality and its rationalarticulation; but in doing so imagination can bring further vio-lent realities into being. This series encourages authors whobuild on traditional disciplines and break out of their con-straints and boundaries, incorporating media and performancestudies and literary and cultural studies as much as anthropol-ogy, sociology, and history.

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