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Ethnic violence

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Published by Greenhaven Press in San Diego, Calif .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Political violence,
  • Ethnic relations -- Political aspects,
  • Race relations,
  • Human rights

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references (p. 151-153) and index.

    StatementMyra H. Immell, book editor.
    SeriesContemporary issues companion
    ContributionsImmell, Myra.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsJC328.6 .E875 2000
    The Physical Object
    Pagination160 p. ;
    Number of Pages160
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL43130M
    ISBN 10073770165X, 0737701641
    LC Control Number99036834


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This book seeks to identify the motivations of individual perpetrators of ethnic violence. The work develops four models, labeled Fear, Hatred, Resentm ent, and Rage, gleaned from existing social science by: This book seeks to identify the motivations of individual perpetrators of ethnic violence.

The work develops four models, labeled Fear, Hatred, Resentment, and Rage, gleaned from existing social science by: This book is a scholarly treatise on ethnic conflict. The author's ideas are thoroughly developed, and supported with numerous examples and references.

I finished the book with a far greater understanding of the roots, complexity, dynamics, and interventions for ethnic conflict/5(4). The Colonial Origins of Ethnic Violence in India makes important contributions to the study of Indian politics, ethnicity, conflict, and historical legacies.

About the author Ajay Verghese is Assistant Professor of Political Science at University of California, Riverside. Get this from a library. Ethnic violence. [Myra Immell;] -- In recent years, violence among different ethnic groups has increased worldwide.

Contributors Ethnic violence book this anthology look at the causes Ethnic violence book ethnic conflict and suggest possible remedies. The inclusion. Ethnic violence in South Sudan has a long history among South Sudan's varied ethnic Sudan has 64 tribes with the largest being the Dinkas, who constitute about 35% of the population and predominate in government.

The second largest are the ct is often aggravated among nomadic groups over the issue of cattle and grazing land and is part of the. Ethnic violence has often been portrayed as the outcome of a rational, if deplorable, strategy used by political elites to win and hold power.

Bates, for example, argued two decades ago that in Africa, “electoral competition arouses ethnic conflict.”. Savage wars in Bosnia, Rwanda, Liberia, Iraq and many other places continue to fill our television screens and newspapers with terrible images of conflict. Despite the optimism about world peace, brought about by the collapse of super-power hostilities in the early s, we seem to be encountering more wars, or at least wars that are more socially traumatic.

The Geography of Ethnic Violence is the first among numerous distinguished books on ethnic violence to clarify the vital role of territory in explaining such conflict. Monica Toft introduces and tests a theory of ethnic violence, one that provides a compelling general explanation of not only most ethnic violence, civil wars, and terrorism but many interstate wars as well.

The Geography of Ethnic Violence is the first among numerous distinguished books on ethnic violence to clarify the vital role of territory in explaining such conflict. Monica Toft introduces and tests a theory of ethnic violence, one that provides a compelling general explanation of not only most ethnic violence, civil wars, and terrorism but many interstate wars /5.

Book Description: The Geography of Ethnic Violenceis the first among numerous distinguished books on ethnic violence to clarify the vital role of territory in explaining such Toft introduces and tests a theory of ethnic violence, one that provides a compelling general explanation of not only most ethnic violence, civil wars, and terrorism but many interstate wars.

In this book I Ethnic violence book to establish an integral link between the structure of civil society on one hand and ethnic, or communal, violence on the other. To be more precise, the focus is on the inter communal, not intra communal, networks of civic life, which bring different communities together.

Ethnic Violence Much of my work has been on the causes of ethnic violence, especially in South Asia. In my first book Votes and Violence: Electoral Competition and Ethnic Riots in India (Cambridge ) I explore the ways in which electoral incentives have increased or decreased the likelihood of communal riots in different towns and states and.

This book seeks to identify the motivations of individual perpetrators of ethnic violence. The work develops four models gleaned from existing social science literatures: Fear, Hatred, Resentment, and Rage/5(21).

The page book, Race, Islam and Power: Ethnic and Religious Violence in Post-Suharto Indonesia, was published by Monash University Publishing a. This book seeks to identify the motivations of individual perpetrators of ethnic violence.

The work develops four models, labeled Fear, Hatred, Resentm ent, and Rage, gleaned from existing social science literatures. The empirical chapters apply these four models to important events of ethnic conflict in Eastern Europe, from the Russian Revolution to the.

Ethnic Violence and the Societal Security Dilemma explores how the phenomenon of ethnic violence can be understood as a form of security dilemma by shifting the focus of the concept away from its traditional concern with state sovereignty to that of identity instead.

The book includes case studies on: * ethnic violence between Serbs and Croats in the Krajina Author: Paul Roe. “Ethnic Conflict and Civic Life is an outstanding work of social science, one of the most important studies of ethnic violence to appear in many years.

Through systematic, comparative analysis, Varshney develops a compelling explanation of why Hindu-Muslim violence has occurred in some Indian cities and not in others. Ethnic violence. [Mary Hull] -- Examines some of the causes of conflict between ethnic groups, the impact of such conflicts, instances of violence in various countries, and efforts to prevent it.

Book\/a>, schema:CreativeWork\/a> ; \u00A0\u00A0\u00A0 library. This book seeks to identify the motivations of individual perpetrators of ethnic violence.

The work develops four models gleaned from existing social science literatures: Fear, Hatred, Resentment, and Rage. The empirical chapters apply the models to important events involving ethnic Brand: Cambridge University Press.

About the Book. Donald L. Horowitz's comprehensive consideration of the structure and dynamics of ethnic violence is the first full-scale, comparative study of what the author terms the deadly ethnic riot—an intense, sudden, lethal attack by civilian members of one ethnic group on civilian members of another ethnic group.

The book focuses on family violence from four major ethnic populations of the United States: Native American Indian, African American, Hispanic/Latino, and Asian American. Authors Kathleen Malley-Morrison and Denise A.

Hines examine violence in these communities and take an ecological approach to its incidences, correlations, and consequences. This chapter examines the largest deviant case for the theory of ethnic violence proposed in this book: the tiny Hindu kingdom of Bastar, located in the eastern state of Chhattisgarh.

Since the midth century, this remote princely state has been the bloodiest battleground for. The historical body count by the end of Persepolis is enormous: from the start of the Revolution to the end of the Iraq-Iran War over a million people die—on the battlefield, in the streets, and in prison cells—killed by the Shah and by the Islamic Republic that replaces the Shah.

By the end of the book, Marjane expresses her sorrow that “we could have avoided it all”, indicating a. Hate-motivated violence is now deemed a ‘serious national problem’ in most Western societies. With contributions by British, Australian, American, Canadian, Irish, Italian and French researchers, this book addresses a wide spectrum of types of violence, including, genocide, urban riots, inter-ethnic fighting and forms of hate crime.

Stopping violence with violence seems hypocritical, and unlike warfare between two countries, ethnic conflict has no commonly agreed upon rules of engagement. One reason why ethnic conflict seems so irrational is that the participants are driven by desperation, due to their perception that the alternative to fighting a losing battle is even worse.

ethnic networks are agents of peace, but if communities are organized only along intraethnic lines and the interconnections with other com-munities are very weak or even nonexistent, then ethnic violence is quite specific conditions under which this argument may not hold will be theoretically specified toward the Sri Lanka is a multi-ethnic and multi religious country where a number of ethno-religious groups have been co-existing for centuries.

But that co-existence has not always been without stress, tension and sometimes violence. The current ethnic conflictFile Size: 1MB. The present article will address acts of violence in which victims are selected because of their ethnic, racial, religious, cultural, or national origin.

These victims are attacked not in their capacities as individuals, but as representatives of such minority by: 5. Ethnic conflict is one of the major threats to international peace and security. Conflicts in the Balkans, Rwanda, Chechnya, Iraq, Indonesia, Sri Lanka, India, and Darfur, as well as in Israel, the West Bank, and the Gaza Strip, are among the best-known and deadliest examples from the late 20th and early 21st destabilization of provinces, states, and, in some cases.

The book’s Epilogue most saliently captures the toll of Sri Lanka’s ethnic violence, as Arjie and his family have to flee their house (which is then burned down), Appachi and Ammachi are murdered, Appa’s hotel is burned down, and numerous Tamils lose their homes and businesses, not to mention their lives.

Abstract. This chapter deals with the second type of violent conflict examined in this book: ethnic violence. 1 Indonesia witnessed a surge in violent conflict after the sudden economic collapse precipitated by the Asian financial crisis of –98, resulting in the fall of the authoritarian, centralist Suharto regime and the breakdown of the social contract of the ‘New Order’.

“Ethnic Conflict and Civic Life is an outstanding work of social science, one of the most important studies of ethnic violence to appear in many years. Through systematic, comparative analysis, Varshney develops a compelling explanation of why Hindu-Muslim violence has occurred in some Indian cities and not in others.

Ethnic Conflict and Protest in Tibet and Xinjiang is a terrific book. Ten experts take a balanced and clear-eyed view of the conditions and politics behind the recent wave of ethnic unrest in China. It should be required reading for those who would understand the interlocking causes of conflict, including decision makers in Beijing.

In these two books, Roger Petersen endeavors to explain why people engage in organized violence against particular targets. In Resistance and Rebellion (RR) the target is a powerful occupying force, whereas in Understanding Ethnic Violence (UEV) the violence is aimed at other ethnic groups.

The two books share a set of methodological assumptions and focus Author: Dmitry P. Gorenburg. In Making the Second Ghetto, Arnold Hirsch argues that in the post-depression years Chicago was a "pioneer in developing concepts and devices" for housing segregation.

Hirsch shows that the legal framework for the national urban renewal effort was forged in the heat generated by the racial struggles waged on Chicago’s South Side.

His chronicle of the strategies used by ethnic. The potential for ethnic separatism also influences the intensity of collective violence in a country and this effect is stronger in states with weakened political institutions.

Evidence from civil wars in Bosnia and Kosovo provide another example of how regime instability shapes opportunities for E/R/N movements. Book Description. Nationalism is now the dominant narrative in Russian politics, and one with genuine popularity in society.

Russian Nationalism and Ethnic Violence is a theoretical and empirical study which seeks to break the concept of "ethnic violence" into distinguishable types, examining the key question of why violence within the same conflict takes different forms at.

Summary Ethnic Violence and the Societal Security Dilemma explores how the phenomenon of ethnic violence can be understood as a form of security dilemma by shifting the focus of the concept away from its traditional concern with state sovereignty to that of identity instead.

The book includes case studies on: * ethnic violence between Serbs and Croats in the Krajina. Book Review: Ethnic violence and the societal security dilemma by Paul Roe I had high expectations when selecting this book, as the subject matter is ethnic conflicts in Eastern Europe, a sensitive topic, and the focus on society as the level of analysis, rather than the individual or the state, may provide an interesting perspective of events.

NEWS RELEASE. 03/10/92 CONTACT: Stanford University News Service () Ethnic violence rooted in group competition STANFORD -- Cross burnings, swastika paintings, lynchings, beatings and.The Geography of Ethnic Violence is the first among numerous distinguished books on ethnic violence to clarify the vital role of territory in explaining such conflict.

Monica Toft introduces and tests a theory of ethnic violence, one that provides a compelling general explanation of not only most ethnic violence, civil wars, and terrorism but.Although major wars between sovereign states have become rare, contemporary world politics has been rife with internal conflict, ethnic cleansing, and violence against civilians.

This book asks how, why, and when states and non-state actors use violence against one another, and examines the effectiveness of various forms of political violence.