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Beyond Columbine : school violence and the virtual

Author: Julie A Webber
Publisher: New York : Peter Lang Inc., 2017.
Series: Violence studies.
Edition/Format:   eBook : Document : EnglishView all editions and formats
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This book explores the hidden curriculum of American culture that is rooted in perceived inequality and the shame, rage, and violence that it provokes.
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
Additional Physical Format: Print version:
Webber, Julie A.
Beyond Columbine : School Violence and the Virtual.
New York : Peter Lang Inc., International Academic Publishers, ©2017
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Julie A Webber
ISBN: 9781453911761 1453911766
OCLC Number: 990644961
Description: 1 online resource (262 pages).
Contents: Cover; Contents; Acknowledgments; Mass Attacks (1999-2016) Included in This Analysis; Chapter 1: Introduction-Virtual Violence: Beyond the "Columbine Thesis"; Introduction; An Attempt to Explain the "Senseless"; A Gap; The Bully Pulpit; Chapter 2: The Many Tropes of Columbine; The Pilot; Columbine: Hyperreality; A Culture of Honor?; Civility: Columbine II; Chapter 3: Passage à l'acte: New Thoughts on Civility; Something Else; Passage à l'acte; The Turner Diary Effect: Overdetermination; Eurabia; The Post-Ideological Era: The "Lone Wolf Terrorist." Chapter 4: The Failure of the Middle-Class Social ContractKosovo/Columbine; Taking the Exit Option; Stylizing the Exit Option: Mimetic Violence, or the "Columbine Thesis"; The National Wave of Shame Is Ironic; Chapter 5: Of Rogues and Fans; Rogues, Red Lake and Citizenship; Outcast; Virginia Tech; Stalking; Making It Real; "?"; Northern Illinois University; Chapter 6: Remote Projection and Militarized Subjectivity: A Different Iteration; Remote Projection; The Decline of Fatalism and the Advent of Odds; Proportionality; Vicarious Pleasure; Somatic Compliance; Conclusion; Epilogue; Notes. Chapter 1: Introduction-Virtual Violence: Beyond the "Columbine Thesis"Chapter 2: The Many Tropes of Columbine; Chapter 3: Passage à l'acte: New Thoughts on Civility; Chapter 4: The Failure of the Middle-Class Social Contract; Chapter 5: Of Rogues and Fans; Chapter 6: Remote Projection and Militarized Subjectivity: A Different Iteration; Conclusion; Bibliography; Index.
Series Title: Violence studies.
Responsibility: Julie A. Webber.

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