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"Socially-Sanctioned and Non-Sanctioned Violence: On the Role of Moral Beliefs in Causing and Preventing War"

Vol. I

Book Chapter, Peace Studies: Critical Concepts in Political Science

September 22, 2005

Author: Randall C. Forsberg, Former Associate, International Security Program

Belfer Center Programs or Projects: International Security

 

NOTE

This chapter was originally published as "Socially-Sanctioned and Non-Sanctioned Violence: On the Role of Moral Beliefs in Causing and Preventing War and Other Forms of Large-Group Violence", in Ruth Stanley, ed., Konflikt und Gewalt in der globalisierten Welt, Festschrift für Ulrich Albrecht, (Opladen: Westdeutscher Verlag, 2001), pp. 201–230.

Other Chapters in Peace Studies: Critical Concepts in Political Science:

 

For Academic Citation:

Forsberg, Randall C. "Socially-Sanctioned and Non-Sanctioned Violence: On the Role of Moral Beliefs in Causing and Preventing War." Chap. 5 in Peace Studies: Critical Concepts in Political Science. Oxon, UK: Routledge, September 22, 2005.

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