Exploring Violence and Society
Episode 7 - Climate justice, environmental security & competition for scarce resources with A/Prof Cassandra Star

Episode 7 - Climate justice, environmental security & competition for scarce resources with A/Prof Cassandra Star

October 14, 2019

In this episode, I have a conversation with A/Prof Cassandra Star from Flinders University about the conflict and violence that can result from climate change and the role of government in promoting wellbeing for its citizens.

Show notes: //someyouthfulthoughts.wordpress.com/climate-justice/

Episode 6 - Christian Spirituality, Personal Peacefulness & Public Injustices with Dr Johan Roux & Dr Phil Daughtry

Episode 6 - Christian Spirituality, Personal Peacefulness & Public Injustices with Dr Johan Roux & Dr Phil Daughtry

September 30, 2019

In this episode of exploring violence and society, we are coming at this issue from a completely different angle.

Dr Phil Daughtry and Dr Johan Roux talk with us about a Christian Spirituality of peace, or what Johan calls Shalom, and what their spiritual tradition teaches about the connection between personal peacefulness and public injustices.

Show notes: //someyouthfulthoughts.wordpress.com/episode-6-peace-and-injustice

Episode 5 - Youth Violence: Centrelink, symbolic violence and cultural narratives with Dr Kirsten Macaitis

Episode 5 - Youth Violence: Centrelink, symbolic violence and cultural narratives with Dr Kirsten Macaitis

September 9, 2019

In this episode, I have a conversation with Dr. Kirsten Macaitus about Youth Violence. We discuss the idea that violence done by young people needs to be understood in the context of the symbolic and cultural narratives of violence imposed on young people.

Show notes: someyouthfulthoughts.wordpress.com/youth-violence/

Episode 3 – Violence to animals and the interconnection of oppression with A/Prof Nik Taylor

Episode 3 – Violence to animals and the interconnection of oppression with A/Prof Nik Taylor

August 19, 2019

In this episode, you will hear from Associate Professor Nik Taylor. Nik talks us through a difficult conversation about systemic violence towards animals. She challenges us to understand the interconnected nature of oppression and the social systems that make it so easy to look away from these critical questions.

Show notes: someyouthfulthoughts.wordpress.com/animals-humans-violence/

Episode 2 - The Domestic Violence Workforce with A/Pro Kris Natalier

Episode 2 - The Domestic Violence Workforce with A/Pro Kris Natalier

August 5, 2019

In this episode, you will hear from Associate Professor Kris Natalier. Kris unpacks some recent findings about the Domestic Violence workforce and demonstrates how the sociological imagination helps us see the gendered and structural nature of violence within this profession.

Show notes: someyouthfulthoughts.wordpress.com/the-domestic-violence-work-force

Episode 1 - Crime, the Media and Murder with Dr Xanthe Mallet

Episode 1 - Crime, the Media and Murder with Dr Xanthe Mallet

July 29, 2019

In this episode, you will hear from Forensic Anthropologist & Criminologist Dr Xanthe Mallett. Xanthe invites us to look at violence through a combination of both the "hard" & "soft" sciences & consider how together these approaches can provide new perspectives.

Show notes visit: someyouthfulthoughts.wordpress.com/crime-the-media-and-murder/

 

Introduction: Violence - Personal Troubles and Public Issues

Introduction: Violence - Personal Troubles and Public Issues

July 18, 2019

This podcast explores the problem of violence in contemporary society. This is a show for critical and imaginative conversations about this complex social issue. This podcast explores the many ways in which violence is part of our world and how we might begin to prevent and respond to it.

If you want to know more about the podcast or want to access the show notes or resources that we discuss, you can find them at www.someyouthfulthoughts.wordpress.com

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