Political violence, I investigate the mass murders of the state in Indonesia in 1965-66. While recognizing the importance of historical and cultural factors, I identify the elements of the socio-political sphere that influence the actors of collective political violence at the national, local and event levels. The interests of the elite, the justification for violence, formal organizations and mobilizing factors are discussed. Finally, I propose future preventive policies. Introduction Violence is important to note that violence can occur in a variety of forms, including emotional and verbal abuse. In its mildest form, the argument for violence as self-defence asserts that an equally violent reaction can be justified to violence of any kind. For example, all of a sudden, you may be legitimate to respond at once; However, bullying (a form of psychological, verbal and institutional violence) is not justified to respond in one fell swoop (a form of physical violence). The film focuses on the perspectives of Kenny, a suicidal Protestant, and Liam, a father and Catholic. A ceasefire agreement between the UVF and the IRA is being negotiated.

After the armistice, Kenny and his right-hand man, Ginger, continue to commit acts of violence on behalf of the community`s UVF leader, while Liam sets out to defend his home from a growing uprising. After the uprising, Liam is seriously injured and seeks refuge in the home of Kenny`s ex-Protestant wife, while Kenny continues to make theological justifications for violence against Jesus Introduction The history of religion was steeped in insulting and aggressive wars even before the birth of Jesus Christ as the messiah of Christian eschatology. But Jesus brought another dimension to the faith that was more pacifist, as evidenced by his sermons and examples. Looking at the Gospels and the interpretation of Jesus` teachings in St. Paul`s letters to the various Churches, there are many indications of justification An even bolder version of the justification of violence in the name of self-defense states that the only possibility is for violence to be perpetrated against you in the future, gives you sufficient reasons, Use violence against the potential perpetrator. Although this scenario happens again and again in everyday life, it is certainly the hardest thing to justify: after all, how do you know that a crime would follow? In a bolder version of the justification of violence in the name of self-defence, violence of any kind may be justified in response to violence of any other nature, provided that there is a reasonably equitable use of force in self-defence. Therefore, it may even be appropriate to respond to bullying with physical violence, provided that the violence does not exceed what a fair payment appears to be, sufficient to ensure self-defense. The most plausible justification for violence is when it is perpetrated in exchange for others. If someone slaps you in the face and seems to intend to continue doing so, it may seem justified to try to respond to physical violence. Sections, namely «Where are the dead?», «Revelations and postponements» and «Zombies and the end of society». The last one, which also gave its name to the article, is the most important for this article, because its arguments and claims concern the justification of violence in zombie movies. In the following, Berger`s reasoning is summarized and explained in order to fully understand his approach and analyze the examples of films in sections 3.1., 3.2.

and 3.3. In the section «Zombies and the end», discussion on the official definition of terrorism. However, terrorists are defined in typologies to settle part of this conflict of definitions. The typologies focus on the social meanings behind terrorist tactics and violence. In the different typologies, there are five main typologies for terrorists and violence. These typologies are criminal, political, pathological, labour and war. Terrorism can fall under any of these points; as a rule, terrorists belong to more than one category. Is it better to look at when these acts become violent? To what extent is altruism a justification for violence? These questions help shape an age-old utilitarian argument. This debate can be seen in Shakespeare`s play Macbeth. Through utilitarian ideas, Macbeth distinguishes the line between the legitimate and illegitimate use of force and effectively characterizes Macbeth as a monster. Violence as a concept is highly controversial. Because violence is a pervasive force in the world, the violence of society as a whole plays a crucial role in the liberation of various African countries.


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