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States and Peoples in Conflict : Transformations of Conflict Studies.

Author: Michael Stohl; Mark I Lichbach; Peter Nils Grabosky
Publisher: Florence : Taylor and Francis, 2017.
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Stohl, Michael
States and Peoples in Conflict : Transformations of Conflict Studies
Florence : Taylor and Francis,c2017
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Michael Stohl; Mark I Lichbach; Peter Nils Grabosky
ISBN: 9781317226604 1317226607
OCLC Number: 982451139
Notes: Description based upon print version of record.
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Description: 1 online resource (316 p.)
Contents: Cover; Half Title; Title Page; Copyright Page; Contents; List of figures; List of tables; Notes on the contributors; Acknowledgments; Introduction; 1 States and Peoples in Conflict: Pillars, Forms, and Transformations in Conflict Studies; PART I: Pillars of Conflict; 2 Grievance: The Nexus Between Grievances and Conflict; Why Rebel?; Against Grievance; Current Research; Discrimination Against Some as an Indirect Cause of Violence in Society; Conclusion; Notes; 3 Liberalism: The Role of Modern Liberalism; A Macro Theory of Religion-Violence Clashes: Liberalism; The Big Picture Testable Hypotheses About Contentious Religious PoliticsA Micro Theory of Religion-Violence Clashes: Collective Action and Coercive Bargaining; Improving the Existing Literature; Fearon's Model; Adding Olson to Fearon; Interpretations; Conclusion; Notes; 4 Religion: Influences on Domestic and International Relations; Theories of Religion and Conflict; Empirical Studies of Religion and Conflict; Belief Systems, Rules, and Standards of Behavior; Legitimacy and Institutions; Identity; Specific Religious Identities; Religion and Conflict in International Relations; The State of the Discipline ConclusionNotes; 5 Political Authority: Assessing the State of the "State" in Recent Cross-National Empirical Research; "Competing" Theoretical Approaches; The State Autonomy Perspective: An Empirical Assessment; The State Capacity Perspective: An Empirical Assessment; Political Opportunity Perspective: An Empirical Assessment; Conclusion; 6 Dynamics and Processes: Linkages Between Internal and External Conflict; Theoretical Frameworks: Models of Internal-External Relationships; Internal-External Conflict and Multiple Games; Opportunity, Willingness, and Substitutability The Spatial Dimension: Interaction Opportunity and IdentitySubstitutability; Research and the Substitutability Problem; Methods to Address the Substitutability Problem; Two-Level Security Simulation Project; The Model; The Simulation; Results; Conclusion; Notes; 7 Climate Change and Armed Conflict: Reviewing the Evidence; Linking Climate Change to Conflict; Evidence; Changes in Precipitation and Temperature; Sea-level Change and Migration; Uncertainty, Assumptions, and Research Priorities; Conclusion; Notes; 8 Comparative and Historical Studies of Crime: Trends, Patterns, Contexts Crime and Civil ConflictThe Impact of Civil War; The Impact of International Conflict; Explaining Cross-sectional Variation in Crime Rates; Economic Inequality; Age Structure; Trends Post-1990; Latin American and Japanese Exceptions; The Effects of Transition from Authoritarian Rule; Other Post-authoritarian Systems; Conclusion; Notes; PART II: Forms of Conflict; 9 Terrorism: Situations, Structure, and Dispositions as an Analytical Framework for Studying Terrorism; Sources of Data for Terrorism Research; Situations, Structures, and Dispositions; Situations; Structures; Dispositions

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