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نویسنده کتاب (Author):

Adam Jonesدرخواست کتاب اورجینال

انتشارات (Publisher):

London ; New York : Routledge, 2006.خرید و فروش فایل

ویرایش و نوع فایل (Edition/Format):

 Print book : Document  Computer File : English فروش فایل تخصصی

منبع (Database):

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موضوع (Subject):

Genocide.       Genocide — Case studies.       Génocide.       View all subjects      

توضیحات خلاصه (Summary):

“Recent events in the former Yugoslavia, Rwanda, East Timor and Iraq have demonstrated with appalling clarity that the threat of genocide is still a major issue within world politics.This book provides a comprehensive introduction to the subject of genocide. It explains the history of genocide from pre-modern times to the present day and illustrates this with a wide variety of case studies. The book also examines the differing interpretations of genocide from psychology, sociology, anthropology and political science and analyses the influence of race, ethnicity, nationalism and gender on genocides. In the final section, the author examines how we punish those responsible for waging genocide and how the international community can prevent further bloodshed.”–Publisher description.  Read more…

ژانر / فرم:Case studies
Cas, Études de

اضافی فرمت فیزیکی:(DLC) 2005030424
(OCoLC)62133742

موضوع:Document

نوع منبع:Book, Computer File

تمام نویسندگان / همکاران: Adam Jones Find more information about: Adam Jones

شناسه شابک ISBN:9781317533856 1317533852

شناسه OCLC:979267850

جزئیات Description:1 online resource (xxvi, 430 pages ): illustrations, maps.

فهرست محتوا:List of illustrations —
About the author —
Introduction —
pt. 1. Overview —
1. The origins of genocide —
Genocide in prehistory, antiquity, and early modernity —
The Vendée uprising —
Zulu genocide —
Naming genocide : Raphael Lemkin —
Defining genocide : the UN Convention —
Bounding genocide : comparative genocide studies —
Discussion —
Personal observations —
Contested cases —
Atlantic slavery —
Area bombing and nuclear warfare —
UN sanctions against Iraq —
9/11 —
Structural and institutional violence —
Is genocide ever justified? —
Suggestions for further study —
یادداشت —
2. Imperialism, war, and social revolution —
Imperialism and colonialism —
Colonial and imperial genocides —
Imperial famines —
The Congo “rubber terror” —
The Japanese in East and Southeast Asia —
The US in Indochina —
The Soviets in Afghanistan —
A note on genocide and imperial dissolution —
Genocide and war —
The First World War and the dawn of industrial death —
The Second World War and the “barbarization of warfare” —
Genocide and social revolution —
The nuclear revolution and “omnicide” —
Suggestions for further study —
یادداشت. Pt. 2. Cases —
3. Genocides of indigenous peoples —
Introduction —
Colonialism and the discourse of extinction —
The conquest of the Americas —
Spanish America —
The United States and Canada —
Other genocidal strategies —
A contemporary case : the Maya of Guatemala —
Australia’s Aborigines and the Namibian Herero —
Genocide in Australia —
The Herero genocide —
Denying genocide, celebrating genocide —
Complexities and caveats —
Indigenous revival —
Suggestions for further study —
یادداشت —
4. The Armenian genocide —
Introduction —
Origins of the genocide —
War, massacre, and deportation —
The course of the Armenian genocide —
The aftermath —
The denial —
Suggestions for further study —
یادداشت —
5. Stalin’s terror —
The Bolsheviks seize power —
Collectivization and famine —
The Gulag —
The Great Purge of 1937-38 —
The war years —
The destruction of national minorities —
Stalin and genocide —
Suggestions for further study —
یادداشت. 6. The Jewish Holocaust —
Introduction —
Origins —
“Ordinary Germans” and the Nazis —
The turn to mass murder —
Debating the Holocaust —
Intentionalists vs. functionalists —
Jewish resistance —
The allies and the churches : could the Jews have been saved? —
Willing executioners? —
Israel and the Jewish Holocaust —
Is the Jewish Holocaust “uniquely unique”? —
Suggestions for further study —
یادداشت —
7. Cambodia and the Khmer Rouge —
Origins of the Khmer Rouge —
War and revolution, 1970-75 —
A genocidal ideology —
A policy of “urbicide”, 1975 —
“Base people” vs. “new people” —
Cambodia’s holocaust, 1975-79 —
Genocide against Buddhists and ethnic minorities —
Aftermath : politics and the quest for justice —
Suggestions for further study —
یادداشت —
8. Bosnia and Kosovo —
Origins and onset —
Gendercide and genocide in Bosnia —
The international dimension —
Kosovo, 1998-99 —
Aftermaths —
Suggestions for further study —
یادداشت —
9. Holocaust in Rwanda —
Introduction : horror and shame —
Background to genocide —
Genocidal frenzy —
Aftermath —
Suggestions for further study —
یادداشت. Pt. 3. Social science perspectives —
10. Psychological perspectives —
Narcissism, greed, and fear —
Narcissism —
Greed —
Fear —
Genocide and humiliation —
The psychology of perpetrators —
The Zimbardo experiments —
The psychology of rescuers —
Suggestions for further study —
یادداشت —
11. The sociology and anthropology of genocide —
Introduction —
Sociological perspectives —
The sociology of modernity —
Ethnicity and ethnic conflict —
Ethnic conflict and violence “specialists” —
“Middleman minorities” —
Anthropological perspectives —
Suggestions for further study —
یادداشت —
12. Political science and international relations —
Empirical investigations —
The changing face of war —
Democracy, war, and genocide/democide —
Norms and prohibition regimes —
Suggestions for further study —
یادداشت —
13. Gendering genocide —
Gendercide vs. root-and-branch genocide —
Women and genocide —
Gendercidal institutions —
Genocide and violence against homosexuals —
Are men more genocidal than women? —
A note on gendered propaganda —
Suggestions for further study —
یادداشت. Pt. 4. The future of genocide —
14. Memory, forgetting, and denial —
The struggle over historical memory —
Germany and “the search for a usable past” —
The politics of forgetting —
Genocide denial : motives and strategies —
Denial and free speech —
Suggestions for further study —
یادداشت —
15. Justice, truth, and redress —
Leipzig, Constantinople, Nuremberg, Tokyo —
The international criminal tribunals : Yugoslavia and Rwanda —
Jurisdictional issues —
The concept of a victim group —
Gender and genocide —
National trials —
The “mixed tribunals” : Cambodia and Sierra Leone —
Another kind of justice : Rwanda’s gacaca experiment —
The Pinochet case —
The International Criminal Court (ICC) —
International citizens’ tribunals —
Truth and reconciliation —
The challenge of redress —
Suggestions for further study —
یادداشت —
16. Strategies of intervention and prevention —
Warning signs —
Humanitarian intervention —
Sanctions —
The United Nations —
When is military intervention justified? —
A standing “peace army”? —
Ideologies and individuals —
The role of the honest witness —
Ideologies, religious and secular —
Conclusion —
Suggestions for further study —
یادداشت.

مسئوليت Responsibility:Adam Jones.

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