Cultural homogenization, ethnic cleansing and genocide

@inproceedings{Conversi2010CulturalHE,
  title={Cultural homogenization, ethnic cleansing and genocide},
  author={D. Conversi},
  year={2010}
}
Cultural homogenization, ethnic cleansing, and genocide can be seen as part of a continuum. Throughout the modern era, states have forced their citizens to conform to common standards and cultural patterns. The goal has often been to seek congruence between ethnic and political boundaries; that is, to forge cohesive, unified communities of citizens under governmental control. Cultural homogenization is defined here as a state-led policy aimed at cultural standardization and the overlap between… Expand
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