Geography of Ethnic Violence Identity, Interests, And the Indivisibility of Territory
Geography of Ethnic Violence Identity, Interests, And the Indivisibility of Territory
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  • ISBN-13: 9780691123837
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"Monica Toft makes an important and convincing argument about the power of demographic forces on the chances for ethnic violence. Her statistical findings on the paucity of ethnic violence when urban or dispersed groups are involved are striking. By showing the power of simple structural constraints in the path that leads to ethnic violence, she presents a formidable challenge to those scholars who see ethnicity as constructed, fluid, and infinitely malleable. Her statistical tests and case studies represent an imaginative use of data, and will generate much debate."--Roger Petersen, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, author of "Resistance and Rebellion""This very well organized and well-written book is unquestionably a significant contribution to the study of ethnopolitics and political conflict. It calls attention to the central importance of territoriality in our understanding of where and why separatist conflicts arise and, perhaps more importantly, it shows how contending conceptions of territory affect the dynamics and outcomes of such conflicts."--Ted Robert Gurr, University of Maryland, author of "Peoples Versus States"Toft, Monica Duffy is the author of 'Geography of Ethnic Violence Identity, Interests, And the Indivisibility of Territory', published 2005 under ISBN 9780691123837 and ISBN 0691123837.

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