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Author: Michael Dobkowski,Isidor Wallimann
ISBN: 0313241988
Language: English
Pages: 340 pages
Category: Social Sciences
Publisher: Praeger; Annotated edition edition (January 13, 1987)
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History, Modern - 20th century, Genocide - History - 20th century, Crimes against humanity - History - 20th century. New York : Greenwood Press.

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The 13 original essays in this collection constitute a valuable addition to the large and still-growing literature . Further refinements are offered in the form of new typologies of genocide

The 13 original essays in this collection constitute a valuable addition to the large and still-growing literature on genocide. They deal with old but still unresolved issues as well as new ones, including problems of conceptualization, methodology, and theoretical interpretation. Standard concepts of genocide are reexamined and comparisons are drawn with related phenomena of mass destruction, such as & wa. Further refinements are offered in the form of new typologies of genocide.

Most books on genocide consider it primarily as a twentieth-century .

Most books on genocide consider it primarily as a twentieth-century phenomenon. Genocide developed out of modernity and the striving for the nation-state, both essentially Western experiences. It presents detailed case studies of the role of Imperial Germany during the First World War (reaching conclusions markedly different to the prevailing orthodoxy of German complicity in the genocide); the wartime Entente and then the uncomfortable postwar Anglo-French axis; and American political interest in the Middle East in the interwar period which led to a policy of refusing to.

The colonial expansion into the Americas was markedly different in its approaches to the accumulation of wealth. Genocide and the Modern Age: Etiology and Case Studies of Mass Death. Syracuse University Press. The French colonization of the Americas through exploitation and the fur trade had a minor impact on the indigenous peoples.

The Cambodian Genocide and the Dark Side of Face and Honor’, Journal of Asian Studies, 57 (1998), 93–122; here, 9. oogle Scholar.

Roger W. Smith, ‘Human Destructiveness and Politics: the Twentieth Century as an Age of Genocide’, in Isidor Wallimann and Michael N. Dobkowski (eds), Genocide and the Modern Age: Etiology and Case Studies of Mass Death ( Syracuse, NY, 2000 ), 2. 8. Steven Pinker, The Blank Slate: the Modern Denial of Human Nature (New York, 2002), 5. The Cambodian Genocide and the Dark Side of Face and Honor’, Journal of Asian Studies, 57 (1998), 93–122; here, 9. 12. Janice T. Gibson and Mike Haritos-Fatouros, ‘The Education of a Torturer’, Psychology Today, 20 (1986), 50–8.

The History and Sociology of Genocide: Analyses and Case Studies. New Haven, CT: Yale University Press.

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116 See Eric Markusen, ‘Genocide and Total War: A Preliminary Comparison’, in Isidor Wallimann/Michael N. Dobkowski (ed., Genocide and the Modern Age: Etiology and Case Studies of Mass Death (Syracuse: Syracuse University Press 1987), 97–124, 106–109. 25 The Forgotten Genocide in Colonial America Journal of the History of International Law 19 (2017) 1–49 historical scholarship’. 119 Far from being an anachronism, genocide is mod-.

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