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Revisiting the 'Ideal Victim'
Author: Duggan, Marian
Publisher: Policy Press
ISBN: 1447339169
Pages: 340
Year: 2018-07-04
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Nils Christie’s (1986) seminal work on the ‘Ideal Victim’ is reproduced in full in this edited collection of vibrant and provocative essays that respond to and update the concept from a range of thematic positions. Each chapter celebrates and commemorates his work by analysing, evaluating and critiquing the current nature and impact of victim identity, experience, policy and practice. The collection expands the focus and remit of ‘victim studies’, addressing key themes around race, gender, faith, ability and age while encompassing new and diverse issues. Examples include sex workers as victims of hate crimes, victims’ experiences of online fraud, and recognising historic child sexual abuse victims in Ireland. With contributions from an array of academics including Vicky Heap (Sheffield Hallam University), Hannah Mason-Bish (University of Sussex) and Pamela Davies (Northumbria University), as well as a Foreword by David Scott (The Open University), this book evaluates the contemporary relevance and applicability of Christie’s ‘Ideal Victim’ concept and creates an important platform for thinking differently about victimhood in the 21st century.
From Crime Policy to Victim Policy
Author: Ezzat A. Fattah
Publisher: Springer
ISBN: 1349083054
Pages: 329
Year: 2016-01-07
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Norwegian-English Dictionary, Engelsk Norsk Ordbok, 1996
Author: W.A. Kirkeby
Publisher: Bukupedia
Pages: 1337
Year: 1996-06-06
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Denne ordbcken dan ncr en nalurlig fOrlsclIclsc av den melioms\orc engelsk-norskc ardbak!:n sam u\kem i 1988. Det opprinncligc manuskriplel cr glOTt til gjenSland for en gjcnnomgripende revisjon og fortlopende opp Ihat arc already arch~ic or becoming so in either language have been ruth lessl) omillCd. In cascs whe re they still occur. they arc clearly marked. Furthermore, a grcat deal of fresh m~terial has hI.:en added. r should like to express my particular gratitude to one exceptionally ~killcd in his field - Bjorn Jensen of Alfabcta A S. Haldcn. His ~ d vicc and help with computer problems has me:lnt a great deal in securing progress ,Ind a satisfactory result. 1996 Willy A. Kirkeby
The Phonology of Norwegian
Author: Gjert Kristoffersen
Publisher: Oxford University Press on Demand
ISBN: 0198237650
Pages: 366
Year: 2000
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A the end of the fourteenth century, Norway, having previously been an independent kingdom, became by conquest a province of Denmark and remained so for three centuries. In1814, as part of the fall-out from the Napoleonic wars, the country became a largely independent nation within the monarchy of Sweden. By this time, however, Danish had become the language of government, commerce, and education, as well as of the middle and upper classes. Nationalistic Norwegians sought to reestablish native identity by creating and promulgating a new language based partly on rural dialects and partly on Old Norse. The upper and middle classes sought to retain a form of Norwegian close to Danish that would be intelligible to themselves and to their neighbours in Sweden and Denmark. The controversy has gone on ever since. One result is that the standard dictionaries of Norwegian ignore pronunciation, for no version can be counted as 'received'. Another is that there has been considerable variety and change in Norwe
My Name Is Knoph
Author: Olaf Bull
Publisher: FlokkPress
ISBN: 8299934710
Pages: 126
Year: 2014-12-22
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Scandinavian Nordic Noir and Norwegian crime novels are very popular in the English speaking world. The bestselling Norwegian author Jo Nesbø has received the most excellent reviews in The New York Times Book Review. We will introduce to the crime lovers a Norwegian crime classic, which has inspired the best modern Scandinavian crime authors. The author of this classic is Olaf Bull. He is said to be the Norwegian Edgar Allan Poe. Olaf Bull was also a famous poet. Like Agatha Christie’s brilliant detective Hercule Poirot, we have here his Norwegian counterpart. Our detective, like Poirot, solves crime by the use of his mind. Embezzlement and a murder have taken place in Kristiania in the beginning of the 20th century. Welcome to the dark and cold streets in Norway’s capital.
The Horse, the Wheel, and Language
Author: David W. Anthony
Publisher: Princeton University Press
ISBN: 069114818X
Pages: 568
Year: 2010-08-15
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Roughly half the world's population speaks languages derived from a shared linguistic source known as Proto-Indo-European. But who were the early speakers of this ancient mother tongue, and how did they manage to spread it around the globe? Until now their identity has remained a tantalizing mystery to linguists, archaeologists, and even Nazis seeking the roots of the Aryan race. The Horse, the Wheel, and Language lifts the veil that has long shrouded these original Indo-European speakers, and reveals how their domestication of horses and use of the wheel spread language and transformed civilization. Linking prehistoric archaeological remains with the development of language, David Anthony identifies the prehistoric peoples of central Eurasia's steppe grasslands as the original speakers of Proto-Indo-European, and shows how their innovative use of the ox wagon, horseback riding, and the warrior's chariot turned the Eurasian steppes into a thriving transcontinental corridor of communication, commerce, and cultural exchange. He explains how they spread their traditions and gave rise to important advances in copper mining, warfare, and patron-client political institutions, thereby ushering in an era of vibrant social change. Anthony also describes his fascinating discovery of how the wear from bits on ancient horse teeth reveals the origins of horseback riding. The Horse, the Wheel, and Language solves a puzzle that has vexed scholars for two centuries--the source of the Indo-European languages and English--and recovers a magnificent and influential civilization from the past.
An Introduction to Norwegian Dialects
Author: Olaf Husby
Publisher: Tapir Academic Press
ISBN: 8251923409
Pages: 108
Year: 2008
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Acoustical Analysis and Perception of Tonemes in Some Norwegian Dialects
Author: Knut Fintoft
Pages: 342
Year: 1970
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Short Voyages to the Land of the People
Author: Jacques Rancière
Publisher: Stanford University Press
ISBN: 0804736820
Pages: 141
Year: 2003
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This work reads a series of texts and journeys across class lines and shows how the image of "the people" functions in them as a point of reference unto which the observer projects a conceptual framework - based on the observer's own circumstances.
The Mother Tongue
Author: Bill Bryson
Publisher: HarperCollins
ISBN: 0062417444
Pages: 320
Year: 2015-06-02
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With dazzling wit and astonishing insight, Bill Bryson—the acclaimed author of The Lost Continent—brilliantly explores the remarkable history, eccentricities, resilience and sheer fun of the English language. From the first descent of the larynx into the throat (why you can talk but your dog can't), to the fine lost art of swearing, Bryson tells the fascinating, often uproarious story of an inadequate, second-rate tongue of peasants that developed into one of the world's largest growth industries.
Author: Ephraim Approximately 1680-17 Chambers
ISBN: 1363080229
Pages: 1040
Year: 2016-08-26
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Limits to Pain
Author: Nils Christie
Publisher: Wipf and Stock Publishers
ISBN: 1556355971
Pages: 122
Year: 2007-10-01
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Inflicting pain is a serious matter, often at variance with cherished values such as kindness and forgiveness. Attempts might therefore be made to hide the basic character of the activity, or to give various scientific reasons for inflicting pain. Such attempts are systematically described in this book, and related to social conditions. None of these attempts to cope with pain seem to be quite satisfactory. It is as if societies in their struggle with penal theories oscillate between attempts to solve an insoluble dilemma. Punishment is used less in some systems than in others. On the basis of examples from systems where pain is rarely inflicted, some general conditions for a low level of pain infliction are formulated. The standpoint is that if pain is to be applied, this should be done without a manipulative purpose and in a social form resembling that which is normal when people are in deep sorrow. Most of the material is from Scandinavia, but the book draws extensively on the crime control debate in the United Kingdom and USA.
A History of the Inquisition of the Middle Ages
Author: Henry Charles Lea
Year: 1887
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