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Structural Violence as a Form of Genocide. The Impact of the International Economic Order

@inproceedings{Ahmed2007StructuralVA,
  title={Structural Violence as a Form of Genocide. The Impact of the International Economic Order},
  author={Nafeez Mosaddeq Ahmed},
  year={2007}
}
Structural violence is rarely seen as a form of genocide. Significant deficiencies in existing conceptualizations of both genocide and structural violence suggest that this is unwarranted. The concept of genocide must be expanded to include a wider variety of target human groups, whereas the concept of structural violence must be extended to include a greater appreciation of the role of agential intent in the production and reproduction of unequal violent structures. This reveals logical and… Expand
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