Table of contents for Genocide : approaches, case studies, and responses / Graham C. Kinloch and Raj P. Mohan, editors.

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Contents
Foreword
 Erik Allardt
Preface
Genocide: Introduction
 Graham C. Kinloch & Raj P. Mohan
Part I. THEORETICAL APPROACHES TO GENOCIDE
1. The Possible Causes and Reduction of Genocide: An Exploration
 Graham C. Kinloch
2. Modern Societies and Collective Violence: The Framework of Interdisciplinary Genocide 
Studies
 Mihran Dabag
3. Archeology of Evil: The Urge to Genocide
 Brij Mohan
4. On Genocide, Old and New
 Franco Ferrarotti
Part II. CONCEPTUAL APPROACHES TO GENOCIDE
5. The Success and Failure of "Genocide"
 Arthur S. Wilke
6. The Decisive Generation: Self-Authorization and Delegations in Deciding a Genocide
 Mihran Dabag
Part III. CASE STUDIES OF GENOCIDE
7. Strategies of Exclusion: The Genocide of the Herero in German Colonial Discourse
 Medardus Brehl
8. The Ecology of Genocide in Rwanda
 Tarique Niazi
9. The Forgotten Dead: Representations of the Past in the Tibetan Refugee Community in India
 Lydia Aran
Part IV. COMPARATIVE ANALYSES OF GENOCIDE
10. Genocide as a Possible Response to Westernization: Government Treatment of Minorities in 
Afghanistan and Iran
 Raj P. Mohan
11. Preventing Genocide in Chile and Northern Ireland: The Role of Elites
 Max Koch
Part V. RESPONSES TO GENOCIDE
12. Witnessing the Catastrophe
 Kristin Platt
13. Genocide and I
 Kurt H. Wolff
BIBLIOGRAPHY
Genocide: A Bibliography
 James Jenkins
Notes on Authors

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Genocide.
Genocide -- Case studies.