ECPR General Conference
Universität Hamburg, Hamburg
22 - 25 August 2018




Political Violence

Conflict
 
Contentious Politics
 
Ethnic Conflict
 
Extremism
 
Nationalism
 
Political Violence
 
Security
 
Social Movements
 
Section Number
S56
Section Chair
Niall O Dochartaigh
National University of Ireland, Galway
Section Co-Chair
Stefan Malthaner
Hamburg Institute for Social Research (HIS)

Abstract
This Section addresses current debates and newly emerging topics in political violence, including spatial and temporal dynamics of violence; political dimensions of sexual violence; the connections between non-violent action and political violence; and the strategic use of violence. It focuses on certain forms of violence that seem to be of increasing relevance once again, such as right wing extremism. And it sheds light on the relationship between militant groups, violent forms of action, and broader movements and milieus. The Section will be structured to map emerging areas of research and draw attention to key, contemporary theoretical debates, with the intention of highlighting relevant areas for further investigation.



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P091Contentious Locations and Spaces of Violence View Panel Details
P176Functional Logics of Political Violence View Panel Details
P198How Political is Sexual Violence? Consequences and Responses View Panel Details
P199How Political is Sexual Violence? Debates on Causes View Panel Details
P270Mobilization, Repression, and Violent Escalation View Panel Details
P289New Perspectives on Civil War and Political Violence View Panel Details
P401Right-Wing Violence and Modus Operandi View Panel Details
P402Right-Wing Violence II View Panel Details
P442The Escalation of Violence in the Context of Street Demonstrations View Panel Details
P512Violence and the City I: Global Encounters, Capitalism, and Spatio-Temporal Practices of Violence View Panel Details
P513Violence and the City II View Panel Details
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