Understanding genocide the social psychology of the Holocaust

When and why do groups target each other for extermination? How do seemingly normal people become participants in genocide? In these essays, social psychologists use the principles derived from contemporary research in their field to try to shed light on the behaviour of perpetrators of genocide

Main Author: Newman, Leonard S.
Other Authors: Erber, Ralph
Format: eBook
Language:English
Published: Oxford Oxford University Press 2002, c2002
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Collection: Oxford University Press - Collection details see MPG.ReNa
Summary:When and why do groups target each other for extermination? How do seemingly normal people become participants in genocide? In these essays, social psychologists use the principles derived from contemporary research in their field to try to shed light on the behaviour of perpetrators of genocide
Physical Description:xi, 360 p.
ISBN:9780199847952
0199847959