Seeing like a nation-state: Young Turk social engineering in Eastern Turkey, 1913–50

@article{ngr2008SeeingLA,
  title={Seeing like a nation-state: Young Turk social engineering in Eastern Turkey, 1913–50},
  author={U. {\"u}ng{\"o}r},
  journal={Journal of Genocide Research},
  year={2008},
  volume={10},
  pages={15 - 39}
}
  • U. üngör
  • Published 2008
  • Engineering
  • Journal of Genocide Research
“The twentieth century,” Anthony Giddens solemnly reminds us, “is a bloody and frightening one.” Specifically, the first half of twentieth-century world history was marked by a tremendous body count resulting from wars and genocidal violence. Prosecuting these crimes in Nuremberg, Justice Robert H. Jackson provided a succinct historica summary of them: “No half-century ever witnessed slaughter on such a scale, such cruelties and inhumanities, such wholesale deportations of peoples into slavery… Expand
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