Scapegoats and rebels : an MAR analysis of problem minorities in post-communist Europe

TitleScapegoats and rebels : an MAR analysis of problem minorities in post-communist Europe
Publication TypeConference Paper
AuthorsJenne, EK
Year2004
Pages1 - 25
Conference NameConference Papers -- International Studies Association
LanguageEnglish
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Abstract

Paper presented at the annual meeting of the International Studies Association, Le Centre Sheraton Hotel, Montreal, Quebec, Canada, Mar 17, 2004.The paper combines family system theory with Susan Fiske's social psychology work on power and stereotypes to argue that minorities enact roles on the state level that mimic roles found in the nuclear family. The model is used to generate and test tentative hypotheses concerning why, in a single state, some minorities radicalize whereas others do not; and why some minorities experience repression, while others remain relatively unmolested.

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Department of International Relations