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Title Ethnopolitical warfare : causes, consequences, and possible solutions / edited by Daniel Chirot and Martin E.P. Seligman.
Imprint Washington, DC : American Psychological Association, [2001]

Subject World politics -- 20th century.
Ethnic relations.
Genocide -- History -- 20th century.
Ethnic groups -- Political activity.
Alt Name Chirot, Daniel.
Seligman, Martin E. P.
Description xvii, 379 pages : illustrations ; 26 cm
Bibliography Note Includes bibliographical references and indexes.
Contents Ethnicity / Ken Jowitt -- Nationalism and ethnicity \ Brendan O'Leary -- Theories of the Holocaust / Peter Suedfeld -- Armenian deportations and massacres in 1915 / Fikret Adanir -- Ethnic element in the Cambodian genocide / Ben Kiernan -- Approaches to measuring genocide / Patrick Heuveline -- Genocide in Rwanda / Gérard Prunier -- From ethnic cooperation to violence and war in Yugoslavia / Anthony Oberschall -- Yugoslav Catastrophe / Misha Glenny -- Kurds in Turkey / Reşat Kasaba -- Explaining the long peace / Miguel Angel Centeno -- Northern Ireland conflict / Tony Gallagher -- Control and the stability of Jewish-Arab relations in Israel / Ian S. Lustick -- Who pays for peace? / Brandon Hamber -- Accommodation of cultural diversity in Tanzania / Aili Mari Tripp and Crawford Young -- Why has there been no race war in the American south? / John Shelton Reed -- Ethnopolitical and other group violence / Ervin Staub -- Psychosocial assistance during ethnopolitical warfare in the former Yugoslavia / Inger Agger -- Social psychology and intergroup conflict / Miles Hewstone and Ed Cairns -- Psychology of group identification and the power of ethnic nationalism / Clark McCauley.
ISBN 1557987378 (alk. paper)
OCLC # 44634341
Table of Contents
ITheories of Nationalism and Ethnic Conflict1
 Ch. 1Introduction / Daniel Chirot3
 Ch. 2Ethnicity: Nice, Nasty, and Nihilistic / Ken Jowitt27
 Ch. 3Nationalism and Ethnicity: Research Agendas on Theories of Their Sources and Their Regulation / Brendan O'Leary37
 Ch. 4Theories of the Holocaust: Trying to Explain the Unimaginable / Peter Suedfeld51
 Ch. 5Armenian Deportations and Massacres in 1915 / Fikret Adanir71
 Ch. 6The Ethnic Element in The Cambodian Genocide / Ben Kiernan83
 Ch. 7Approaches to Measuring Genocide: Excess Mortality During the Khmer Rouge Period / Patrick Heuveline93
 Ch. 8Genocide in Rwanda / Gerard Prunier109
IIIMajor Ethnopolitical Warfare That Stopped Short of Genocide117
 Ch. 9From Ethnic Cooperation to Violence and War in Yugoslavia / Anthony Oberschall119
 Ch. 10The Yugoslav Catastrophe / Misha Glenny151
 Ch. 11Kurds in Turkey: A Nationalist Movement in the Making / Resat Kasaba163
 Ch. 12Explaining the Long Peace: War in Latin America / Miguel Angel Centeno179
IVLimited, Contained, and Partly Resolved Ethnopolitical Warfare203
 Ch. 13The Northern Ireland Conflict: Prospects and Possibilities / Tony Gallagher205
 Ch. 14Control and the Stability of Jewish - Arab Relations in Israel / Ian S. Lustick215
 Ch. 15Who Pays for Peace? Implications of the Negotiated Settlement in a Post-Apartheid South Africa / Brandon Hamber235
 Ch. 16The Accommodation of Cultural Diversity in Tanzania / Aili Mari Tripp, Crawford Young259
 Ch. 17Why Has There Been No Race War in the American South? / John Shelton Reed275
VThe Social Psychology of Ethnopolitical Warfare and Psychology's Contributions to the Solutions287
 Ch. 18Ethnopolitical and Other Group Violence: Origins and Prevention / Ervin Staub289
 Ch. 19Psychosocial Assistance During Ethnopolitical Warfare in the Former Yugoslavia / Inger Agger305
 Ch. 20Social Psychology and Intergroup Conflict / Miles Hewstone, Ed Cairns319
 Ch. 21The Psychology of Group Identification and the Power of Ethnic Nationalism / Clark McCauley343
 Author Index363
 Subject Index371
 About the Editors379

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