Understanding ethnic violence : fear, hatred, and resentment in twentieth-century Eastern Europe

Collection:
Mokslo publikacijos / Scientific publications
Document Type:
Knyga / Book
Language:
Anglų kalba / English
Title:
Understanding ethnic violence: fear, hatred, and resentment in twentieth-century Eastern Europe
Publication Data:
Cambridge : Cambridge University Press, 2002.
Pages:
xiii, 296 p
Series:
Cambridge studies in comparative politics
Notes:
Bibliografija ir rodyklė.
Contents:
Preface page — Introduction — Theory — An emotion-based approach to ethnic conflict — Resentment — Fear, hatred, and rage — The Baltic states in the twentieth century — Baltic 1905 — In the wake of Barbarossa — The reconstruction of independent states / John Ginkel — Across the century — Czechoslovakia, 1848-1998 / Beth Wilner — Yugoslavia — Conclusion — Bibliography — Index.
Keywords:
LT
XX amžius; Rytų Europa; Lietuva; Pasipriešinimas; Rezistencija; Sukilimas; Pirmoji sovietų okupacija; Antroji sovietų okupacija; 1987-1991 m. kova už laisvę.
EN
XX century; Eastern Europe; Lithuania; Resistance; Rebelion; First Soviet occupation; Second Soviet occupation; The struggle for freedom in 1987-1991.
Reviews:
Recenzija leidinyje Lituanus. 2005, vol. 51, no. 1
Summary / Abstract:

ENThis 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 conflict in Eastern Europe, from the 1905 Russian Revolution to the 1990's collapse of Yugoslavia. Each historical chapter generates questions about the timing and target of ethnic violence. The four models are then applied to determine which is most effective in explaining the observed patterns of ethnic conflict.

ISBN:
0521007747
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