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Editors: Tor G. Jakobsen (Trondheim Business School, Trondheim, Norway)
Book Description:
Many students have come to the study of war and peace from a background heavily influenced by media exposure and political commitment. Some tend to see rebellion against autocratic rule mainly in terms of political ideals and the struggle for justice. The academic study of civil war, on the other hand, in recent years has focused more on the opportunity factors, even claiming that the greed of rebel leaders can play an important role in driving an insurrection. Discovering this, some students have become disillusioned, but many have taken up the challenge to show that wars in general and civil wars in particular are also fought for more than material gain. This book offers a balanced assessment of grievance and opportunity theories, and will serve as food for thought as the readers attempt to hammer out their own projects and move the field forward.



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Table of Contents:
I Collective Violence, pp. 1

1. The Onset of Civil War, pp. 3-18
(Sugumaran Narayanan & Karl R. DeRouen Jr.)

2. Theories of Collective Violence: The Continuing Rational Actor versus Deprived Actor Debate, pp. 19-34
(Tor G. Jakobsen)

3. Civil Wars in International Relations: Patterns, Consequences and Conditions of Termination, pp. 35-56
(Jacob Bercovitch & Carmela Lutmar)

4. Cain’s Choice: Causes of One-Sided Violence against Civilians, pp. 57-82 (Gerald Schneider, Lilli Banholzer & Roos Haer)

II Cultural Factors and Conflict, pp. 83

5. Ethnicity Matters, But What Kind? A Review of the Quantitative Literature of Ethnicity and Conflict, pp. 85-104
(by Tanja Ellingsen)

6. Macro- and Micro-Level Theories of Violence in Ethnic and Non-Ethnic Civil Wars, 105-118
(Ravi Bhavnani & Dan Miodownik)

7. Civilizations: Value Differences and Conflict, pp. 119-127
(Tor G. Jakobsen)

III Development, Resources, and Trade, pp. 129

8. Globalization and Insurgent Financing, pp. 131-143
(Rune T. Slettebak)

9. Cursed by Resources? High-Value Natural Resources and Armed Civil Conflict, pp. 145-165
(Päivi Lujala)

10. Economic Policies and Armed Conflict: The Promise of Globalization, pp. 167-186
(Indra de Soysa)

11. Diasporas and Civil War, pp. 187-205
(Jonathan Hall)

12. Adding Fuel to the Flames? Multinational Companies Operating in Zones of Conflict, pp. 207-224
(Jo Jakobsen)

IV Regional and Interstate Wars, pp. 225

13. Modern Conflicts: World Systems and Wars in Three Different Military Eras, pp. 227-233
(Eirik B. Lundestad & Tor G. Jakobsen)

14. Civil War and the Transnational Diffusion of Domestic Violence, pp. 235-257 (Jacob D. Kathman)

15. The Rivalry Contribution to Conflict: Great Promises and Potential Problems, pp. 259-274
(Tove Grete Lie)

16. Issues and Conflict, pp. 275-295
(Sara McLaughlin Mitchell & Paul R. Hensel)

Index

   Series:
      Global Political Studies
      Psychology of Emotions, Motivations and Actions
   Binding: Hardcover
   Pub. Date: 2011
   Pages: 7 x 10 311pp.
   ISBN: 978-1-61728-039-9
   Status: AV
  
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