|Author:||Thomas S. Szayna,James A. Winnefeld,Ashley J. Tellis|
|Title:||Anticipating Ethnic Conflict|
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|Publisher:||RAND Corporation (January 7, 1998)|
This is one book that would be better to read backwards. It's like a key rather than a theory about the underlying causes of ethnic conflict. The first part is definitions and it's hard to see where it's all headed unless you take a look at the last part first. A good companion to this book would be "Ethnic Groups in Conflict" by Donald Horowitz. After reading this book I have the impression that we are building up to an explosion that's inevitable if we continue the massive immigration.
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This report outlines a model for anticipating the occurrence of communitarian and ethnic conflict. the intended audience for this report is the intelligence community, though analysts and scholars involved in conflict prevention also should find it useful. This report includes a revised version of most of the initial report on the first part of the project (Ashley J. Szayna, and James A. Winnefeld, Anticipating Ethnic Conflict, Santa Monica, CA: rand, MR857-A, 1997).
Anticipating Ethnic Conflict. by Ashley J. ISBN 9780833024954 (978-0-8330-2495-4) Softcover, RAND Corporation, 1998. Find signed collectible books: 'Anticipating Ethnic Conflict'. The Civil-Military Gap in the United States: Does It Exist, Why, and Does It Matter? by Ashley J. Founded in 1997, BookFinder. Coauthors & Alternates. Anticipating Ethnic Conflict. Unlike other recent studies of ethnic strife, this volume is narrowly focused as "a handbook for intelligence analysts to use in thinking about ethnic conflict .
R. 73 on ( Rs. 30. 0 Shipping Charges) R. 30 kart (Shipping charges may apply). It is based on a conceptual model of group conflict. The three-stage model traces the development of ethnic and communitarian strife, beginning with the conditions that may lead to the formation of an ethnic group, then the group's mobilization for political action, and ultimately its competition with the state. The main body of the handbook is formatted as a series of questions and guidelines for the analyst to consider while preparing an assessment. An appendix provides a full theoretical explanation of the model
18 Identifying Potential Ethnic Conflict: Application of a Process Model. The strengths and weaknesses of each approach are then analyzed with respect to group solidarity and collective action. 4H. Blumer and T. Duster, Theories of Race and Social Action, in Sociological Theo-ries: Race and Colonialism, Paris: UNESCO, 1980, p. 220. The Process Model for Anticipating Ethnic Conflict 19. lines of action toward one another. 5 Thus, in the primordialist view, ethnic groups function as insular universes. Their membership is defined by accident of birth, and once constituted, they perpetuate their distinctiveness by a continuing process of socialization that ac-centuates their perceptions of uniqueness and their sense of sepa-rateness from other, similar, social formations.
Anticipating Ethnic Conflict by Ashley J. Winnefeld, Arroyo. Anticipating Ethnic Conflict provides a theoretical model of the social processes and dynamics that lead to ethnic and communitarian conflict and state breakdown. While it is designed as a handbook and a practical tool for intelligence analysts as they work to identify and plan for potential ethnic conflict contingencies around the world, its discussion of the social-science underpinnings of the analytic model will make it an important read for anyone interested in analyzing the phenomenon of ethnic. The VOICE of CONSCIENCE of the Global al Movement" Interracial Voice is an independent, information oriented, networking news journal, serving the mixed-race, interracial community in cyberspace.
Anticipating Ethnic Conflict by. Ashley J. Tellis, James A.