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Commander's Dilemma: Violence and Restraint in Wartime

Commander's Dilemma: Violence and Restraint in Wartime
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  • Editorial CORNELL
  • ISBN13 9781501726477
  • ISBN10 1501726471
  • Tipus Llibre
  • Pàgines 276
  • Any Edició 2018

Commander's Dilemma: Violence and Restraint in Wartime

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"Amelia Hoover Green's project has been carried through with scrupulous attention to detail. I am extremely impressed by the care with which Hoover Green developed her theory on how military commanders succeed (or fail) in socializing soldiers to exercise violence in battle yet treat civilians in a deliberately nonviolent way." -- Leigh Binford, Professor of Sociology and Anthropology, College of Staten Island, City University of New York, and coeditor of Landscapes of Struggle: Politics, Community, and the Nation-State in Twentieth Century El Salvador "The Commander's Dilemma is a must-read book that makes a novel contribution to the literature of civilian victimization during civil war. Focusing on repertoires of armed group violence, Hoover Green focuses on the links between political education and practices of both violence and restraint. Beyond the fact that the analysis and findings are compelling, Hoover Green also provides a model for how an author can engage in ethical and personal reflections while presenting a coherent and well-defended argument. I highly recommend it." -- Erica Chenoweth, Professor at the Josef Korbel School of International Studies, University of Denver, and coauthor of the award-winning Why Civil Resistance Works: The Strategic Logic of Nonviolent Conflict Biografía del autor Amelia Hoover Green is Assistant Professor of Politics at Drexel University and a consultant to the Human Rights Data Analysis Group (HRDAG). At Drexel, she teaches courses in comparative politics, research methods, and armed conflict; for HRDAG, she has consulted on wartime rights violations in Kosovo, Liberia, El Salvador, and other places. She lives in Philadelphia with her family.

  • Editorial CORNELL
  • ISBN13 9781501726477
  • ISBN10 1501726471
  • Tipus Llibre
  • Pàgines 276
  • Any Edició 2018