Genocide new perspectives on its causes, courses, and consequences

The twentieth century has been called, not inaccurately, a century of genocide. And the beginning of the twenty-first century has seen little change, with genocidal violence in Darfur, Congo, Sri Lanka, and Syria. Why is genocide so widespread, and so difficult to stop, across societies that differ...

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Other Authors: Üngör, Uğur Ümit (Editor)
Format: Electronic/Print Book
Language:English
Published: Amsterdam Amsterdam University Press [2016]
Online Access: Table of Contents
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Summary:The twentieth century has been called, not inaccurately, a century of genocide. And the beginning of the twenty-first century has seen little change, with genocidal violence in Darfur, Congo, Sri Lanka, and Syria. Why is genocide so widespread, and so difficult to stop, across societies that differ so much culturally, technologically, and politically? That’s the question that this collection addresses, offering a range of perspectives from different disciplines to attempt to understand the pervasiveness of genocidal violence
Item Description:Auch gezählt als: NUR 689
Physical Description:275 Seiten Illustrationen
ISBN:9789089645241
DOI:10.5117/9789089645241