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The deadly ethnic riot / Donald L. Horowitz.

Publication | Not Digitized | Library Call Number: HV6474 .H67 2001

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    Format
    Book
    Author/Creator
    Horowitz, Donald L.
    Published
    Berkeley : University of California Press, c2001
    Contents
    1. Say it with murder
    2. Ethnic boundaries, riot boundaries
    3. The riot episode
    4. Selective targeting
    5. Target-group characteristics
    6. An economy of antipathy : target selection and the imperatives of violence
    7. Organizers and participants
    8. The occasions for violence
    9. The social environment for killing
    10. Location, diffusion, and recurrence
    11. Aims, effects, and functions
    12. Violence and quiescence
    13. The calculus of passion.
    Notes
    Includes bibliographical references and index.
    1. Say it with murder -- 2. Ethnic boundaries, riot boundaries -- 3. The riot episode -- 4. Selective targeting -- 5. Target-group characteristics -- 6. An economy of antipathy : target selection and the imperatives of violence -- 7. Organizers and participants -- 8. The occasions for violence -- 9. The social environment for killing -- 10. Location, diffusion, and recurrence -- 11. Aims, effects, and functions -- 12. Violence and quiescence -- 13. The calculus of passion.

    Physical Details

    Language
    English
    ISBN
    0520224477
    0520236424
    Physical Description
    xvii, 588 p. ; 23 cm.

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