Gendercide and genocide

  title={Gendercide and genocide},
  author={Adam Jones},
  journal={Journal of Genocide Research},
  pages={185 - 211}
  • Adam Jones
  • Published 1 June 2000
  • Psychology, Political Science
  • Journal of Genocide Research
The most wide-ranging book ever published on gender-selective mass killing, or "gendercide," this collection of essays is also the first to explore systematically the targeting of non-combatant "battle-age" males in various wartime and peacetime contexts. Representing such fields as sociology, political science, psychology, queer studies, and human-rights activism, the contributors explore themes and issues outlined by editor Adam Jones in the book's opening essay. In that article, which… Expand
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