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Violent Times
In our society, violence seems to simultaneously feel necessary, disgusting and fascinating—depending on who is perpetrating it. As an outlaw biker, psychology graduate and the son of Afghan refugees, Mahmood Fazal is interested in the psychology behind violence. In Violent Times, Mahmood seeks to deconstruct our relationship to violence, be it criminal, romanticised or state sanctioned.
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5.0 stars from 65 ratings
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ew18tp via Apple Podcasts · Australia · 05/01/19
Very interesting
Good insight on many different reasons people use violence
Kane Q via Apple Podcasts · Australia · 04/11/19
A must listen!
A comprehensive, eloquent, informative, fascinating podcast of the most extreme human behaviour. Host Mahmood captures his subjects stories with the utmost respect. Definitely worth the listen.
Tveesnack via Apple Podcasts · Australia · 03/27/19
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