On the Nature of Genocidal Intent
Department of Conflict Resolution Studies
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Campbell offers a conceptual look into the nature of genocidal intent, systematically analyzing the conceptual and logical structures for genocidal intent and discussing its theoretical foundations. The analysis offers particular insight into the process of operationalizing genocide and mass extermination. The investigation includes discussion of the roles orchestrators play and the systematic development of a genocidal strategy, which requires the intent to purge pre-selected demographic identifiers from the population. Campbell also analyzes in detail the dynamic process of generational conflict, wherein former perpetrators become victims and victims become perpetrators.
genocide, genocide philosophy, social science demography
Peace and Conflict Studies | Social and Behavioral Sciences
Campbell, J. J. (2012). On the Nature of Genocidal Intent., 1-214. Retrieved from https://nsuworks.nova.edu/shss_facbooks/1