Originally Published By Greenwood Press 1987 Presented Here With A New Preface By The Editors Thirteen Essays By Historians, Sociologists, Anthropologists, Philosophers, Political Scientists, And Religious Scholars Consider The Ways Genocide Has Affected Understandings Of War, Human Rights, And Society, As Well As Its Causes And Variations They Begin By Contemplating The General Characteristics And Patterns Of Genocide, And Conclude With Studies Of Particular Instances The Editors Are Wallimann Sociology, School Of Social Work In Basel And The University Of Bern And Dobkowski Religious Studies, Hobart And William Smith Colleges Annotation C Book News, Inc., Portland, OR
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