The ways Americans talk about firearms is full of contradictions, two communication scholars explain – and that powerfully shapes the country’s approach to gun policy.
The study highlights the flimsy boundaries between different forms of violence: torture and extrajudicial punishment, lawful arrest, and an unlawful kidnapping.
In families that are facing economic insecurity, fathers are more likely to experience depressive symptoms that can lead to conflict.
All actors in the electoral processes in Nigeria must work together to ensure peaceful elections.
Undoubtedly, barbarity lies at the epicentre of modernity.
Intimate partner violence can take many forms – and it doesn’t always fit society’s stereotypes.
Their drawings and paintings often express a mix of horror, fear, hope and beauty.
A look at what was happening in the lives of young people one year before they started carrying a weapon.
To predict - and prevent - election-related violence, it’s important to first understand the key drivers of conflict.
Four scholars of race, religion and immigration explain how US refugee and asylum policy has long been racially and religiously discriminatory in practice.
Public trust and confidence in the police is a concern in many parts of the world. How can Nigeria get it right?
The creation of the G5 Sahel added to the traffic of security groupings in the region
While you’ll often hear people say that violence is never the answer, in some communities violence is viewed as a perfectly reasonable response to personal slights.
Violent crime causes untold harm and anger is known to fuel violence. But recent research suggests that the way anger and crime tie together in youth is a bit more complicated than expected.
If Dostoevsky insists that one cannot shy away from horror and tragedy, Tolstoy would contend that people must act upon what they see.
A career soldier and a careful scholar of the military profession, William Tecumseh Sherman knew that wars are part of human nature, and are unavoidably cruel and harsh.
In this special edition of ‘Don’t Call Me Resilient,’ we chat about how “the slap heard around the world” is part of a layered story of racism, sexism, power and performance.
Adverse childhood experiences like abuse, neglect and dysfunction at home may not seem like primarily medical problems, but they have significant and enduring impact on physical and mental health.
A trauma-informed approach to education can help educators acknowledge and address the adversities faced by Black and Indigenous students.
Despite seismic cultural shifts since the last movie, the 2022 version of Batman seems to be trotting out the same old tropes.