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100 _aLange, Matthew.
245 _aEducations in ethnic violence :
_bidentity, educational bubbles, and resource mobilization /
_cMatthew Lange.
260 _aNew York :
_bCambridge University Press,
_c2012.
300 _axii, 242 p. :
_bill. ;
_c23 cm
504 _aIncludes bibliographical references and index.
505 _aMachine generated contents note: 1. Introduction: education and ethnic violence; 2. Education and ethnic violence: a theoretical framework; 3. Testing the impact of education on ethnic violence; 4. Education and ethnic violence in Sri Lanka; 5. Education and ethnic violence in Cyprus; 6. Education and ethnic violence in the Palestinian territories, India, and sub-Saharan Africa; 7. Education and ethno-nationalist conflict in Canada and Germany; 8. Education and ethnic violence: conclusions and implications.
520 _a"In Educations in Ethnic Violence, Matthew Lange explores the effects education has on ethnic violence. Lange contradicts the widely held belief that education promotes peace and tolerance. Rather, Lange finds that education commonly contributes to aggression, especially in environments with ethnic divisions, limited resources and ineffective political institutions. He describes four ways in which organized learning spurs ethnic conflicts. Socialization in school shapes students' identities and the norms governing intercommunal relations. Education can also increase students' frustration and aggression when their expectations are not met. Sometimes, the competitive atmosphere gives students an incentive to participate in violence. Finally, education provides students with superior abilities to mobilize violent ethnic movements. Lange employs a cross-national statistical analysis with case studies of Sri Lanka, Cyprus, the Palestinian territories, India, sub-Saharan Africa, Canada and Germany"--
_cProvided by publisher.
650 _aPOLITICAL SCIENCE / General.
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650 _aEthnic conflict.
650 _aEthnic relations.
650 _aEducation
_xSocial aspects.
650 _aSegregation in education.
650 _aDiscrimination in education.
650 _aStudents
_xAttitudes.
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