6 edition of The dynamics of ethnic competition and conflict found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 245-264) and indexes.
|LC Classifications||E184.A1 O455 1992|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiii, 271 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||271|
|LC Control Number||91038707|
Abstract. The root causes of ethnic conflict in Africa are poorly understood. Most of the available sources address ethnic conflict in Africa from the point of view of either ethnic diversity or climate change and competition for natural resources to the exclusion of mass grievances to the : Tsega Etefa. Book review of Conceptual Foundations for Multidisciplinary Thinking, by Stephen Jay Kline. American Political Science Review, June , Book review of The Dynamics of Ethnic Competition and Conflict, by Susan Olzak. American Political Science Review, June .
dynamics to political violence which has yet to be explored using this methodology. Theoretically, this project draws on the literatures of ethnic conflict to shed light on the causes of ethnic. ethnic competition over resources and rights. The article explores a way in which major ethnic conflict theories: primordialist, institutional, political entrepreneurs and competition over resources, can be combined to explain how the interaction of these factors leads to conflict. The goal of the proposed framework is to depart from.
The Ethnic Conflict Research Digest publishes peer reviews of recently published books, journal articles and research papers on the dynamics and management of ethnic conflict. It aims to aid the dissemination of new research in a growing academic field. Conflict is inevitable in groups and organizations, and it presents both a challenge and a true opportunity for every leader. In the well-known book, Getting to Yes, Fisher and Ury () contend that handling conflict is a daily occurrence for all of us.
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The United States has frequently experienced outbursts of ethnic violence during its history, but the historical evidence indicates that not all ethnic groups were equally likely to be victims of violence.
Why should different groups at different times and places be the targets of confrontations, riots, protest marches, and other forms of collective action. The book provides a remarkably coherent model for studying ethnic conflict With this superb monograph Susan Olzak establishes a niche for herself among the best scholars of ethnic conflict and collective action.”—American Journal of SociologyCited by: Get this from a library.
The dynamics of ethnic competition and conflict. [Susan Olzak] -- The United States has frequently experienced outbursts of ethnic violence during its history, but the historical evidence indicates that not all ethnic groups were equally likely to be victims of.
She is the author of The Dynamics of Ethnic Competition and Conflict (Stanford University Press, ). "Susan Olzak promises a great deal in this book and delivers even more. She makes strong hypothetical claims derived from rich theoretical arguments, develops elegant empirical tests of them, and quite cautiously fashions conclusions out of.
"Susan Olzak promises a great deal in this book and delivers even more. She makes strong hypothetical claims derived from rich theoretical arguments, develops elegant empirical tests of them, and quite cautiously fashions conclusions out of the pattern of results.
The book provides a remarkably coherent model for studying ethnic conflict. Susan Olzak is Professor of Sociology at Stanford University, where she does research on armed conflict, ethnic violence, collective action, and social movement organizations.
Her current research projects include (1) a combined state, national, and international-level project (funded by the Sociology Program at NSF and by the UPS Endowment Fund) analyzing the impact of.
Eric Pong; The Dynamics of Ethnic Competition and Susan Olzak. Stanford University Press, pp. $, Social Forces, Vol Issue 2,Author: Eric Pong. She is the author of The Dynamics of Ethnic Competition and Conflict (Stanford University Press, ) and Competitive Ethnic Relations ().
From the Inside Flap This book tests a new approach to understanding ethnic mobilization and considers the interplay of global forces, national-level variation in inequality and repression, and Cited by: Ethnic conflict often focuses on culturally charged symbols and rituals that evoke strong emotions from all sides.
Marc Howard Ross examines battles over diverse cultural expressions, including Islamic headscarves in France, parades in Northern Ireland, holy sites in Jerusalem and Confederate flags in the American South to propose a psychocultural framework for.
An ethnic conflict is a conflict between two or more contending ethnic the source of the conflict may be political, social, economic or religious, the individuals in conflict must expressly fight for their ethnic group's position within final criterion differentiates ethnic conflict from other forms of struggle.
Academic explanations of ethnic conflict generally fall. (shelved 1 time as ethnic-conflict) avg rating — 15, ratings — published Exploring this long-running tripartite conflict between the Rohingya, Rakhine and the Burman-led state, this book offers a new analysis of the complexities of the current crisis: the fears and motivations driving it and the competition to control historical representations and collective memory.
‘In this important book, Wilkinson provides strong arguments against some prevailing theories concerning the causes of interethnic violence in competitive political regimes, including those that associate it with state strength or weakness, the presence or absence of consociational arrangements and practices, or ‘civic engagement’ through ‘interethnic associations’.Author: Steven I.
Wilkinson. These include the Iranian and North Korean nuclear weapons programmes, the war in Lebanon, the Arab-Israeli conflict, civil wars in Africa, and ethnic conflicts in Europe and Asia.
This book will be essential reading for all students of conflict management and resolution, mediation, peacekeeping, peace and conflict studies and International.
conflicts occur in organizations as a result of competition for supremacy, leadership style, scarcity of common resources, etc.
If a conflict is not well and timely managed, it can lead to low productivity or service delivery. The study also discovered that conflict can sometimes produce positive result, if well managed.
measure economic ethnic competition (like the share of non-Western citi-zens in a given country) might also capture cultural competition (Schnei-der, ; Manevska and Achterberg, ).
The Dynamic Side of Ethnic Competition The dynamic side of ethnic competition implies that worsening economic. 2 THE BIG BOOK OF CONFLICT-RESOLUTION GAMES real-life situations, especially in the realms of competition and coopera-tion, games can reveal the typical way conflict is dealt with in the team.
Teams can begin to understand their usual reactions, and then go on to discover more effective strategies for dealing with similar situations. The Handbook of Ethnic Conflict examines the social, psychological, historical and political underpinnings of these conflicts—particularly the ethnic, cultural, religious, and national identities that feed ingroup/outgroup antagonistic perceptions and fuel cycles of aggression.
It covers leading theories and models of interethnic conflict and. Another reason for ethnic conflict is if a change in the environment results in a scarcity of resources and other ethnic groups are perceived as threats to survival.
Ethnic conflict can erupt when a majority group controls the state, having at its disposal the institutions of government and the legitimate exercise of force, as well as the. This book thoroughly examines basic group dynamics concepts, such as goals, norms, cooperation, and communication. This book also reviews the main challenges that teams face - such as conflict, decision making, problem solving, creativity, and valuing diversity.
the world encounter with ethnic conflict during decades. But incidence of ethnic violence was different in varying country. In developing country incidence were low and in the developing sever. Developing country management ethnic conflict by participation and justice policy that the equality is the best way for resolve this Size: KB.Institutions and Ethnic Politics in Africa; The details he presents about ethnic and language group formation and about perceptions of ethnic favouritism make the book interesting and a must read.' The Dynamics of Ethnic Competition and Conflict.
Stanford, CA: Stanford University Press. Ottaway, : Daniel N. Posner.cooperation, competition, and conflict. Rules prescribe what behavior is allowed or forbidden. One of the key rules in any society is the rule regulating property ownership.
Private property regime gives the owner an almost un-restrained right to enjoy the.