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Title Evolutionary theory and ethnic conflict / edited by Patrick James and David Goetze
Published Westport, Conn. : Praeger, 2001
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Description 1 online resource (xi, 273 pages)
Series Praeger studies on ethnic and national identities in politics, 1527-9901
Praeger studies on ethnic and national identities in politics. 1527-9901
Contents What can evolutionary theory say about ethnic phenomena? -- The roots of ethnic conflict: an evolutionary perspective -- A defense and an extension of Pierre van den Berghe's theory of ethnic nepotism -- Contributions of evolutionary thinking to theories of ethnic conflict and its management -- From ontology to analogy: evolutionary theories and the explanation of ethnic politics -- Primordialism, evolutionary theory, and the timing of ethnic conflict: opportunities and constraints for theory and policy -- Evolution, ethnicity, and propaganda: why negotiating with the innocent makes sense -- National identity in the Balkans: confessionalism to nationalism -- Regionalism and evolutionary theory in the former Soviet Union: Russian Kaliningrad, 1991-2000 -- Evolutionary models, third-party intervention, and ethnic conflict: does tough love really work? -- An evolutionary approach toward the drafting of autonomy agreements: applying theory to reality in the search for resolution of ethnic conflict
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references (pages 234-365) and index
Notes Print version record
Subject Ethnic conflict.
Ethnicity -- Political aspects.
Social evolution.
Form Electronic book
Author Goetze, David, 1949-
James, Patrick, 1957-
LC no. 00049179
ISBN 0275971430 (alk. paper)
0313074674 (electronic bk.)
9780275971434 (alk. paper)
9780313074677 (electronic bk.)