skip to primary navigationskip to content
 

Prof Eisner reviews book on historical dynamics of interpersonal violence in Cambodia

last modified Aug 15, 2018 10:56 AM

"Over the past 20 years, a substantial amount of research has shed light on the historical dynamics of interpersonal violence in Europe and the USA. However, there is a continuing massive gap of good research on the historical dynamics of interpersonal violence in other societies. The present book by three experts on crime and criminal justice in the Asian Region is therefore a very welcome pioneering study."

Prof Eisner believes the book, Violence and the Civilising Process in Cambodia, by Roderic Broadhurst, Thierry Bouhours and Brigitte Bouhours can be of interest to a wide audience, including criminologists, sociologists and historians of violence.

This book review, published in the Asian Journal of Criminology, can be read on this page.

Join the VRC on social media!

Join us on Youtube and Facebook

Would you like to stay updated about the Violence Research Centre's research, events, news in the field of global violence reduction and opportunities to work with us? "Like" us on Facebook. If you have missed some of our past events, have a look at our YouTube Channel. You can now find us on LinkedIn and Twitter

Violence Prevention News