Table of contents for Identity matters : how ethnic and sectarian allegiances both promote and prevent collective violence / edited by James L. Peacock, Patricia M. Thornton, and Patrick B. Inman.

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	List of Illustrations
	Notes on Contributors
	Introduction: Identity Matters
Patricia M. Thornton
1.	Ethnic Conflict and Civic Nationalism: A Model
David Brown
2.	Social Identity Matters: Predicting Prejudice and Violence in Western Europe
Thomas F. Pettigrew
3.	Readiness to Fight in Crimea: How It Interrelates with National and Ethnic Identities
Karina V. Korostelina
4.	Ethnic Identities of the Karen Peoples in Burma and Thailand
Kwanchewan Buadaeng
5.	European Attitudes toward Immigrants
Thomas F. Pettigrew
6.	Tibetan Identity in Today?s China
Badeng Nima 
7.	Cross-Cutting Identities in Singapore: Crabgrass on the Padang
James L. Peacock and Wee Teng Soh
8.	The Casamance Separatist Conflict: From Identity to the Trap of ?Identitism?
Hamadou Tidiane Sy
9.	Manufacturing Sectarian Divides: The Chinese State, Identities, and Collective Violence
Patricia M. Thornton
10.	Islam and the West: A Perspective from Pakistan
Mohammad Waseem
11.	Conclusion: Ethnic and Sectarian Identities?Why and How They Matter
Patrick B. Inman and James L. Peacock

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Group identity.
Social conflict.
Ethnic conflict.
Collective behavior.