This book provides an authoritative and systematic analysis of the politics of so called deeply divided societies in the post cold war era from bosnia to south africa northern ireland to iraq it explains why such places are so prone to political violence and demonstrates why even in . The politics of deeply divided societies is an ideal resource for students of comparative politics and related disciplines as well as anyone with an interest in the dynamics of ethnic conflict and nationalism about the author adrian guelke is professor of comparative politics at queens university of belfast. The consolidation of a legitimate constitutional order is difficult to achieve in any society but it is especially problematic in societies with deep social cleavages this book provides an authoritative and systematic analysis of the politics of so called deeply divided societies in the post cold war era. Police politics and culture in a deeply divided society badi hasisi this article deals with minoritiesperceptions of the police in deeply divided societies these societies are generally characterized by political disagreements and the literature shows that most researchers emphasize. The chief characteristics of deeply divided societies are contested as there is no single definition of the term1 frequently occurring characteristics include class caste religion language race ethnicity and clan settler versus native immigrant versus indigenous population and other binaries2 the question of identity for both individuals and groups is almost always a
How it works:
1. Register Trial Account.
2. Download The Books as you like ( Personal use )