Last edited by Dohn
Monday, July 20, 2020 | History

8 edition of The history and sociology of genocide found in the catalog.

The history and sociology of genocide

analyses and case studies

by Frank Robert Chalk

  • 171 Want to read
  • 16 Currently reading

Published by Yale University Press in New Haven .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Genocide -- History.,
  • Genocide -- Case studies.

  • Edition Notes

    StatementFrank Chalk & Kurt Jonassohn.
    ContributionsJonassohn, Kurt., Institut montréalais des études sur le génocide.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsHV6322.7 .C44 1990, HN8 .C44 1990
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxviii, 461 p. :
    Number of Pages461
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL2205384M
    ISBN 100300044461, 0300044453
    LC Control Number89027381

    The book starts introducing Raphael Lemkin's coining of the word "genocide" during WWII, and the UNs adoption of the term in , but looks at a much longer history (of course) when discussing cases from around the world: I was going to list nations addressed but there are just too s: 5.   To understand the massive challenges faced by the Gacaca process in the aftermath of the Rwandan genocide, this chapter provides a brief overview of Rwandan history up to the present day. It outlines the critical developments in the internal and regional politics of Rwanda in order to demonstrate what is at stake in the reconciliation process.

    Genocide is not an invention of the twentieth-century, say Frank Chalk and Kurt Jonassohn in this absorbing book, but has occurred throughout history in all parts of the world. This study the first comprehensive survey of the history and sociology of genocide presents over two dozen examples of the one-sided mass slaughter of peoples, spanning the centuries from antiquity to the present. . Adopting a multi-level narrative methodology that addresses the value of multiple narrative framings for understanding genocides, The Marginalised in Genocide Narratives will appeal to students and researchers interested in sociology, conflict and peace studies, history, African studies and .

    NBN Book of the Day New Books in American Studies New Books in History New Books in Law New Books in Peoples & Places New Books in Politics & Society New Books in Sociology . "The definitive account of the organized destruction of the Ottoman Armenians No future discussion of the history will be able to ignore this brilliant book."—Orhan PamukBeginning in , under the cover of a world war, some one million Armenians were killed through starvation, forced marches, and mass acts of slaughter. Although Armenians and the judgment of history have long held 3/5(3).


Share this book
You might also like
Felstead Collectn

Felstead Collectn

Jefferson County

Jefferson County

Next Time Round in the Dordogne

Next Time Round in the Dordogne

Culture & anarchy

Culture & anarchy

goldene Reiter und sein Verhangnis

goldene Reiter und sein Verhangnis

Tales of the African frontier

Tales of the African frontier

Blue light

Blue light

The road from Monticello

The road from Monticello

Cracking the AP.

Cracking the AP.

Marble Arch improvement

Marble Arch improvement

Dialects of English, guide to the tapes

Dialects of English, guide to the tapes

Buffalo history reference cards

Buffalo history reference cards

Black Rock

Black Rock

Interactive Ophthalmol Multi with CDROM

Interactive Ophthalmol Multi with CDROM

Unspeakable images

Unspeakable images

The history and sociology of genocide by Frank Robert Chalk Download PDF EPUB FB2

This study―the first comprehensive survey of the history and sociology of genocide―presents over two dozen examples of the one-sided mass slaughter of peoples, spanning the centuries from antiquity to the present. By including political and social groups as potential victims, Chalk and Jonassohn provide a definition of genocide that is Cited by: The History and Sociology of Genocide book.

Read 2 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. Genocide is not an invention of the twentieth- /5. Genocide is not an invention of the twentieth-century, say Frank Chalk and Kurt Jonassohn in this absorbing book, but has occurred throughout history in all parts of the world.

This study—the first comprehensive survey of the history and sociology of genocide—presents over two dozen examples of the one-sided mass slaughter of peoples. Genocide is not an invention of the twentieth-century, say Frank Chalk and Kurt Jonassohn in this absorbing book, but has occurred throughout history in all parts of the world.

This study--the first comprehensive survey of the history and sociology of genocide--presents over two dozen examples of the one-sided mass slaughter of peoples /5(33).

Genocide is not an invention of the twentieth century in this absorbing book, but has occurred throughout history in all parts of the world. This study-the first comprehensive survey of the history and sociology of genocide -presents over two dozen examples of the one-sided mass slaughter of peoples, spanning the centuries from antiquity to the present.5/5(1).

Genocide is not an invention of the twentieth century in this absorbing book, but has occurred throughout history in all parts of the world. This study-the first comprehensive survey of the history and sociology of genocide -presents over two dozen examples of the one-sided mass slaughter of peoples, spanning the centuries from antiquity to the.

The History and Sociology of Genocide Book Description: Genocide is not an invention of the twentieth-century, say Frank Chalk and Kurt Jonassohn in this absorbing book, but has occurred throughout history in all parts of the world.

Buy History and Sociology of Genocide: Analyses and Case Studies 1st Edition by Chalk, Frank, Jonassohn, Kurt (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible s: 3. Book Description.

Genocide and Victimology examines genocide in its diverse features from different yet connected perspectives, to offer an interdisciplinary, victimological imagination of genocide. It will include in its exploration, critical and cultural victimologies and criminologies of genocide, accompanied by, and recognising, the rich scholarship on genocide in the fields of religion.

Genocide is a term used to describe violence against members of a national, ethnic, racial or religious group with the intent to destroy the entire group. The. The History and Sociology of Genocide by Kurt Jonassohn,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide. This list of genocides by death toll includes estimates of all deaths which were directly or indirectly caused by genocide, as it is defined by the UN excludes other mass killings, which are variously called mass murder, crimes against humanity, politicide, classicide, or war crimes, such as: the Thirty Years War ( million deaths), Japanese war crimes (3 to 14 million deaths.

Kurt Jonassohn and Frank Chalk (who together founded the Montreal Institute for Genocide and Human Rights Studies) include a detailed case study of the Albigensian Crusade in their genocide studies textbook The History and Sociology of Genocide: Analyses and Case Studies, authored by Strayer and Malise Ruthven.

In the first comprehensive survey of the history and sociology of genocide, Frank Chalk and Kurt Jonassohn provide a new definition of genocide--one considerably broader than that contained in the United Nations Convention on Genocide--and present over two dozen examples of the one-sided mass slaughter of peoples, from Rome's final war with Carthage and the Mongol Conquests to the Holocaust.

The book is an excellent presentation of genocide through history, but it does not deal with cases of genocide where the uprooting or indigenous population is done through a policy of long-term attrition designed to change the demographic structure of a geographical space by the implementation of policies whose purpose-by making their life miserable through confiscation of landm desroying.

Buy a cheap copy of The History and Sociology of Genocide: book by Frank Chalk. Free shipping over $ Genocide is not an invention of the twentieth-century, say Frank Chalk and Kurt Jonassohn in this absorbing book, but has occurred throughout history in all parts of the world.

This study--the first comprehensive survey of the history and sociology of genocide--presents over two dozen examples of the one-sided mass slaughter of peoples, spanning.

Genocide is not an invention of the twentieth century, say Frank Chalk and Kurt Jonassohn in this absorbing book, but has occurred throughout history in all parts of the world. This study--the first comprehensive survey of the history and sociology of genocide--presents over two dozen examples of the one-sided mass slaughter of peoples.

"An American Genocide provides one of the most detailed and stunning narratives of violence, murder, and state-sponsored genocide in North America, making this book a major achievement in the fields of both Native American history and Genocide Studies."—Ned Blackhawk (Yale University), author of Violence Over the Land: Indians and Empires in.

Get this from a library. The History and Sociology of Genocide: Analyses and Case Studies. -- Genocide is not an invention of the twentieth-century, say Frank Chalk and Kurt Jonassohn in this absorbing book, but has occurred throughout history in all parts of the world.

This study--the first. Genocide. Harmondsworth, UK: Penguin. E-mail Citation» This historically wide-ranging book was the first major academic work on the history and sociology of genocide, notable for its emphasis on colonialism as a context of genocide and for introducing the concept of “genocidal massacre.” Lemkin, R.

Axis rule in occupied Europe. New.A. Palmer, Colonial Genocide (London: Crawford House Publishing, ), For a discussion of the narrowing of the definition of genocide in the s see Curthoys and Docker, ‘Defining Genocide’, Jones, Genocide: A Comprehensive Introduction, Chalk and Jonassohn, The History and Sociology of Genocide.

See Palmer, Colonial.Catalog Record: Genocide: a sociological perspective | Hathi Trust Digital Library. In this short book Helen Fein outlines the nature and history of genocide, summarizing the existing state and understanding of its definition, causation and prevention.

She is the author of two award-winning books: Defining genocide as a sociological concept.