EVERYDAY VIOLENCE

“Everyday Violence”

The “Everyday Violence” concept is described as ‘the routine of violence in society’s daily life’ and is a product of the production and reconstruction of violence

“Everyday Violence” practices constitute a kind of state terror. “Everyday Violence” processes in the everyday life of ordinary people through public ritual and rules that bring them into contact with the state.

In the geography of anger and violence, governments use “Everyday Violence” practices to protect their own desires and demands. In this case, people migrate with papers or paperless to safer places to protect themselves.

In spite of “Everyday Violence”, can people think clearly, communicate sincerely and be sensitive to the pain of the other?