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Overview: Approaches to Studying Genocide

A. Studies of Genocide Face Challenges

B. Approaches to Studying Genocide

1. Method

a. Comparative

Motives for Genocide
Violent Conflict Changes African Gender Relations
Defining Genocide Sociologically
How to Know Genocide When We See It
Features of Genocides and Politicides Since 1945
Common Ideologies Foment and Justify Genocide
How Do Genocide Perpetrators Identify Their Victims?
Genocides Share Nine Common Features
Civilization Can Mean Genocide for Indigenous Peoples
The Level of Totalitarian Power Explains Why Governments Kill
How Genocide Relates to Other Types of Mass Killing
Human Brains Are Hard-Wired for Good and Evil

b. Non-Comparative

Women and Children Are Particularly Vulnerable to Violence in Darfur
Baath Party Groups Commit Human Rights Abuses in Southern Iraq
Sexual Assault in War Torn Sierra Leone
Forensic Anthropologists Identify Humanitarian Rights Victims in Bosnia
Commission Faced Challenges Gathering Information on Humanitarian Law Violations in the Former Yugoslavia
Darfur May Change the Way We Understand Genocide
Action Research: Gathering Local Knowledge on Local Instances of Sexual Assault
Survivors Are in Danger in Darfur IDP Camps
How Rape Became a Crime against Humanity
Violence in Darfur Comes in Waves
Genocide in Darfur
What Counts as Rape in International Crimes?
How to Get the Facts in Darfur
Distinguishing Genocide and Crimes against Humanity
Local Dynamics Shape Rwandan Genocide
Culture Changes the Form of Violence in Genocide
Patterns of Rape in Darfur

2. Analysis

a. Statistical

Baath Party Groups Commit Human Rights Abuses in Southern Iraq
Sexual Assault in War Torn Sierra Leone
Forensic Anthropologists Identify Humanitarian Rights Victims in Bosnia
Action Research: Gathering Local Knowledge on Local Instances of Sexual Assault
Survivors Are in Danger in Darfur IDP Camps
Violence in Darfur Comes in Waves
Genocide in Darfur
Features of Genocides and Politicides Since 1945
How Do Genocide Perpetrators Identify Their Victims?
How to Get the Facts in Darfur
The Level of Totalitarian Power Explains Why Governments Kill

b. Non-Statistical

Women and Children Are Particularly Vulnerable to Violence in Darfur
Commission Faced Challenges Gathering Information on Humanitarian Law Violations in the Former Yugoslavia
Motives for Genocide
Darfur May Change the Way We Understand Genocide
Violent Conflict Changes African Gender Relations
How Rape Became a Crime against Humanity
Common Ideologies Foment and Justify Genocide
Genocides Share Nine Common Features
What Counts as Rape in International Crimes?
Civilization Can Mean Genocide for Indigenous Peoples
Distinguishing Genocide and Crimes against Humanity
Culture Changes the Form of Violence in Genocide
Patterns of Rape in Darfur
How Genocide Relates to Other Types of Mass Killing
Human Brains Are Hard-Wired for Good and Evil

c. Mixed

Defining Genocide Sociologically
How to Know Genocide When We See It
Local Dynamics Shape Rwandan Genocide

3. Purpose

a. Descriptive

Women and Children Are Particularly Vulnerable to Violence in Darfur
Baath Party Groups Commit Human Rights Abuses in Southern Iraq
Sexual Assault in War Torn Sierra Leone
Commission Faced Challenges Gathering Information on Humanitarian Law Violations in the Former Yugoslavia
Darfur May Change the Way We Understand Genocide
Action Research: Gathering Local Knowledge on Local Instances of Sexual Assault
Survivors Are in Danger in Darfur IDP Camps
Violent Conflict Changes African Gender Relations
How Rape Became a Crime against Humanity
Features of Genocides and Politicides Since 1945
How Do Genocide Perpetrators Identify Their Victims?
What Counts as Rape in International Crimes?
Local Dynamics Shape Rwandan Genocide
Culture Changes the Form of Violence in Genocide
Patterns of Rape in Darfur

b. Diagnostic

Forensic Anthropologists Identify Humanitarian Rights Victims in Bosnia
Violence in Darfur Comes in Waves
Genocide in Darfur
Civilization Can Mean Genocide for Indigenous Peoples
How to Get the Facts in Darfur
Distinguishing Genocide and Crimes against Humanity
How Genocide Relates to Other Types of Mass Killing

c. Explanatory

Motives for Genocide
Common Ideologies Foment and Justify Genocide
Genocides Share Nine Common Features
The Level of Totalitarian Power Explains Why Governments Kill
Human Brains Are Hard-Wired for Good and Evil

d. Predictive

Defining Genocide Sociologically
How to Know Genocide When We See It

4. Audience

a. Legal Community

Forensic Anthropologists Identify Humanitarian Rights Victims in Bosnia
Violence in Darfur Comes in Waves
Genocide in Darfur
How Do Genocide Perpetrators Identify Their Victims?
What Counts as Rape in International Crimes?
Distinguishing Genocide and Crimes against Humanity

b. Local Community

Action Research: Gathering Local Knowledge on Local Instances of Sexual Assault

c. General Audience / Scholarly

Women and Children Are Particularly Vulnerable to Violence in Darfur
Baath Party Groups Commit Human Rights Abuses in Southern Iraq
Sexual Assault in War Torn Sierra Leone
Commission Faced Challenges Gathering Information on Humanitarian Law Violations in the Former Yugoslavia
Motives for Genocide
Darfur May Change the Way We Understand Genocide
Survivors Are in Danger in Darfur IDP Camps
Violent Conflict Changes African Gender Relations
How to Know Genocide When We See It
How Rape Became a Crime against Humanity
Features of Genocides and Politicides Since 1945
Common Ideologies Foment and Justify Genocide
Genocides Share Nine Common Features
Civilization Can Mean Genocide for Indigenous Peoples
How to Get the Facts in Darfur
The Level of Totalitarian Power Explains Why Governments Kill
Local Dynamics Shape Rwandan Genocide
Culture Changes the Form of Violence in Genocide
Patterns of Rape in Darfur
How Genocide Relates to Other Types of Mass Killing
Human Brains Are Hard-Wired for Good and Evil

5. Data

a. Eye-Witness

Women and Children Are Particularly Vulnerable to Violence in Darfur
Baath Party Groups Commit Human Rights Abuses in Southern Iraq
Sexual Assault in War Torn Sierra Leone
Commission Faced Challenges Gathering Information on Humanitarian Law Violations in the Former Yugoslavia
Darfur May Change the Way We Understand Genocide
Action Research: Gathering Local Knowledge on Local Instances of Sexual Assault
Survivors Are in Danger in Darfur IDP Camps
Violent Conflict Changes African Gender Relations
How Rape Became a Crime against Humanity
Violence in Darfur Comes in Waves
Genocide in Darfur
How Do Genocide Perpetrators Identify Their Victims?
How to Get the Facts in Darfur
Local Dynamics Shape Rwandan Genocide
Culture Changes the Form of Violence in Genocide
Patterns of Rape in Darfur

b. Physical

Forensic Anthropologists Identify Humanitarian Rights Victims in Bosnia

c. Documentary

Defining Genocide Sociologically
How to Know Genocide When We See It
Features of Genocides and Politicides Since 1945
Common Ideologies Foment and Justify Genocide
Genocides Share Nine Common Features
Civilization Can Mean Genocide for Indigenous Peoples
The Level of Totalitarian Power Explains Why Governments Kill
Distinguishing Genocide and Crimes against Humanity
Culture Changes the Form of Violence in Genocide
Human Brains Are Hard-Wired for Good and Evil

d. Secondary

Defining Genocide Sociologically
How to Know Genocide When We See It
What Counts as Rape in International Crimes?
How Genocide Relates to Other Types of Mass Killing

e. Multiple Sources

Commission Faced Challenges Gathering Information on Humanitarian Law Violations in the Former Yugoslavia
How to Get the Facts in Darfur
Local Dynamics Shape Rwandan Genocide

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