Groups and violence

Ravi Bhavnani*, Dan Miodownik, Rick Riolo

*Corresponding author for this work

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Abstract

Violence can take place along a multitude of cleavages, e.g., (1) between political groups like the Kach Movement, pitting West Bank settlers against Israeli governments supporting the land-for-peace agenda; (2) between religious groups, such as Christians and Muslims in the Nigerian cities of Jos and Kaduna; (3) along class lines, as in India between Dalits and members of the Brahminical upper castes, upwardly mobile intermediate castes, and even other backward castes such as the Thevars; and (4) between ethnic groups such as the Hutu and Tutsi, both within and across state boundaries in Rwanda and neighboring Burundi.

Original languageAmerican English
Title of host publicationEstimating Impact
Subtitle of host publicationA Handbook of Computational Methods and Models for Anticipating Economic, Social, Political and Security Effects in International Interventions
PublisherSpringer US
Pages205-237
Number of pages33
ISBN (Print)9781441962348
DOIs
StatePublished - 2010

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