• Publications
  • Influence
Genocide: A Sociological Perspective
  • H. Fein
  • Political Science
  • 10 May 1993
Social Recognition and Criminalization of Genocide Defining Genocide as a Sociological Concept Explanations of Genocide Contextual and Comparative Studies I Ideological Genocides Contextual andExpand
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Accounting for genocide after 1945: Theories and some findings
Genocide has been related in social theory to both social and political structure: i.e., plural society (ethnoclass exclusion and discrimination) and types of polities - revolutionary, totalitarianExpand
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Human Rights and Wrongs: Slavery, Terror, Genocide
  • H. Fein
  • Political Science
  • 15 February 2007
Chapter 1: Distinguishing among Human Rights and Wrongs Chapter 2: Twentieth-Century Slavery within the State Chapter 3: Slavery, Trafficking, and Globalization Chapter 4: States of Terror in theExpand
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Social Recognition and Criminalization of Genocide
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SOLID-STATE ELECTROMETERS WITH INPUT-CAPACITANCE NEUTRALIZATION.
  • H. Fein
  • Materials Science, Medicine
  • IEEE transactions on bio-medical engineering
  • 1964
TLDR
Two electrometer amplifier circuits employing a unipolar Field- Effect Transistor and an insulated gate Field-Effect Transistor respectively are described. Expand
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