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Social recognition and criminalization of genocide. Genocide is adapted from a trend report in Current Sociology volume 38, which was awarded the first annu From inside the book. Since the Holocaust, genocide has become one of the defining concepts of the twentieth century.

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Genocide: A Sociological Perspective by Helen Fein

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Since the Holocaust, genocide has become one of the defining concepts of the twentieth century. That report was awarded the first annual prize by the PIOOM Foundation, an international research institute on human rights, hrlen in the Netherlands.

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Amy marked it as to-read Oct 21, Return to Book Page. No trivia or quizzes yet. Christophertuckwood rated it it was amazing Sep 25, Ranging across the breadth of interdisciplinary scholarship and throughout examples of genocide from around perspectige world, the book provides a critical review of and an advance on existing knowledge of genocide.

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Ranging across the breadth of interdisciplinary scholarship and throughout examples of genocide from around the world, the book provides a critical review of and an advance on existing knowledge of genocide. Despite the continued existence of genocide it has been subjected to relatively little historical and sociological analysis.

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Contents Defining genocide as a sociological concept. Bailey marked it as to-read Jun 05, Ranging across the breadth of social scientific scholarship and drawing on examples from around the world, she offers both a critical review of the literature and an agenda for future research.

Leofgyth marked it as to-read May 04, Since the Holocaust, genocide has become one of the defining markers of the twentieth century. Leah Mole marked it as to-read Mar 04, Genocide is adapted from a trend report in Current Sociology volume 38, which was awarded the first annu. Yet, despite its repeated occurrence perspectiv, relatively little analysis has been done of the sociology and history of genocide: Other editions – View all Genocide: