Since the Holocaust, genocide has become one of the defining
concepts of the twentieth century. Despite the continued existence
of genocide it has been subjected to relatively little historical
and sociological analysis. In this short book Helen Fein outlines
the nature and history of genocide, summarizing the existing state
and understanding of its definition, causation and prevention.
Ranging across the breadth of interdisciplinary scholarship and
throughout examples of genocide from around the world, the book
provides a critical review of and an advance on existing knowledge
of genocide. Genocide is adapted from a trend report in Current
Sociology volume 38, which was awarded the first annual prize by
PIOOM, the Dutch international research institute on human rights.
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