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Fighting for Empowerment in an Age of Violence

Fighting for Empowerment in an Age of Violence
Author(s)/Editor(s): Milica Boskovic (Faculty for Diplomacy and Security, Serbia), Gordana Misev (Institute for National and International Security, Serbia) and Nenad Putnik (University of Belgrade, Serbia)
Copyright: ©2023
DOI: 10.4018/978-1-6684-4964-6
ISBN13: 9781668449646
ISBN10: 1668449641
EISBN13: 9781668449660


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In today’s modern world, persistent violence against vulnerable groups and minorities permeates societies, making it difficult for them to flourish. Empowering these groups has never been more important as society attempts to evolve and focus on inclusion. To understand the best practices and challenges of empowerment for minorities, further study is required.

Fighting for Empowerment in an Age of Violence analyzes the different forms of violence against vulnerable groups and minorities, states their civil rights, and illustrates the forms of weakening and violence supported by authorities against their own citizens. The book also highlights the challenges for people marked as unequal or weak and the possibilities that the 21st century offers to empower them. Covering topics such as gender roles, political violence, societal security, and globalization, this reference work is ideal for government officials, sociologists, psychologists, politicians, security experts, activists, researchers, academicians, practitioners, scholars, educators, and students.

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