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  1. Sandra Bosacki, Debra Harwood & Corina Sumaway (2012). Being Mean: Children's Gendered Perceptions of Peer Teasing. Journal of Moral Education 41 (4):473-489.
    Recent research suggests that social cognition may play a role in the connections among gendered experiences of teasing within the grade school classroom. Within the framework of social-cognitive developmental theory, this qualitative research study investigates how gender may influence young children?s experiences and perception of teasing within the context of peer relationships. The present study explored the role gender plays in 89 Canadian children?s (4?9 years of age, 39 girls, 50 boys) perceptions of peer teasing through participants? drawings and accompanying (...)
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  2. Joan Cocks (2004). Collectivities and Cruelty. Political Theory 32 (3):419-426.
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  3. Eve Garrard (1999). Evil Revisited - Responses to Hamilton. Philosophical Explorations 2 (2):139 – 142.
    In "The Nature of Evil"2 I offer an analysis of evil action, in a sense distinct from merely very wrong action, in which I claim that the evil act is one in which the agent silences (i.e. is deaf to) overwhelming considerations against performing the act. Christopher <span class='Hi'>Hamilton</span>'s interesting commentary raises five objections against my account of evil in terms of silenced reasons (the SR account, for brevity.) I shall argue that all five objections can be met.
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  4. James Miller (1990). Carnivals of Atrocity: Foucault, Nietzsche, Cruelty. Political Theory 18 (3):470-491.
    It might be said that all knowledge is linked to the essential forms of cruelty.Michel Foucault (1962).
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  5. David Livingstone Smith (2011). Less Than Human: Why We Demean, Enslave, and Exterminate Others. St. Martins Press.