Are Kurds a Pariah Minority?

@article{Rubin2003AreKA,
  title={Are Kurds a Pariah Minority?},
  author={Michael A. Rubin},
  journal={Social Research: An International Quarterly},
  year={2003},
  volume={70},
  pages={295 - 330}
}
  • Michael A. Rubin
  • Published 1 March 2003
  • Sociology
  • Social Research: An International Quarterly
Dans cet article, l'A s'interesse a l'identite kurde. L'A tente de definir les croyances religieuses, le tribalisme et les diverses langues qui composent les communautes kurdes, et analyse la situation sociale et politique des kurdes d'Irak, de Turquie, d'Iran et de Syrie. L'A s'interroge ici sur le statut de paria de certaines communautes kurdes et sur les pouvoirs des Nations Unies 

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