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Horizontal inequalities and conflict
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||edited by Frances Stewart.|
|Contributions||Stewart, Frances, 1940-|
|LC Classifications||HM1121 .H67 2007|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||2007050066|
relationship of horizontal inequality – that between groups sharing a common identity – with civil conflict, focusing on horizontal educational inequality (HEI) and its effect on propensity for civil conflict and ethnic-based civil conflict. This study includes 44 countries for which national. WORLD DEVELOPMENT REPORT BACKGROUND PAPER HORIZONTAL INEQUALITIES AS A CAUSE OF CONFLICT A REVIEW OF CRISE FINDINGS Frances Stewart Director, Centre for Research on Inequality, Human Security and Ethnicity (CRISE), Oxford University Aug The findings, interpretations, and conclusions expressed in this .
Horizontal inequality is the inequality—economical, social or other—that does not follow from a difference in an inherent quality such as intelligence, attractiveness or skills for people or profitability for corporations. In sociology, this is particularly applicable to forced inequality between different subcultures living in the same society, i.e inequalities between culturally . The main goal of this chapter is to construct a theoretical scheme that explains how inequalities cause violent conflict. Before doing so, however, it is appropriate to briefly introduce two key types of inequalities and their historical origins. Vertical and Horizontal InequalitiesAuthor: Lars-Erik Cederman, Kristian Skrede Gleditsch, Halvard Buhaug.
Book Reviews Horizontal Inequalities and Post-conflict Development. Eleanor O'Gorman Centre for Gender Studies, University of Cambridge, UK Correspondence [email protected] (Independent consultant on international conflict and development; Research Associate, Department of Politics and International Studies, and Senior Associate). Perceived inequalities and conflict Prominent authors within the horizontal inequality literature (Stewart , Cederman et al. ) have emphasized the central importance of .
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Horizontal Inequalities and Conflict: Understanding Group Violence in Multiethnic Societies (Conflict, Inequality and Ethnicity) Paperback – Ap by F.
Stewart (Editor) out of 5 stars 2 ratings. See all 8 formats and editions Hide 5/5(2). Drawing on econometric evidence and in-depth studies of West Africa, Latin America and Southeast Asia, this book explores how horizontal inequalities - ethnic, religious or racial - are a source of violent conflict and how political, economic.
Horizontal Inequalities and Violent Conflict. Côte d’Ivoire Country Paper. she asserts that where there are social, economic and political inequalities, ‘coinciding with cultural differences, culture could become a powerful mobilising agent that can lead to a range of political disturbances,’ including violent conflict and civil war.
Drawing on econometric evidence and in-depth studies of West Africa, Latin America and Southeast Asia, this book explores how horizontal inequalities Horizontal inequalities and conflict book ethnic, religious or racial - are a source of violent conflict and how political, economic and cultural status inequalities have contributed.
Policies to reverse inequality would reduce these : F. Stewart. The horizontal inequalities model suggests a new way of approaching conflict-reduction which is at odds with the current structure of aid management. Stewart outlined three types of policy that could be used to reduce horizontal inequalities within a society.
Drawing on econometric evidence and in-depth studies of West Africa, Latin America and Southeast Asia, this book explores how horizontal inequalities - ethnic, religious or racial - are a source of violent conflict and how political, economic and cultural status inequalities have contributed.
Policies to reverse inequality would reduce these risks. Horizontal Inequalities and Conflict by F. Stewart,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide.3/5(2). conflict in the recent, or relatively recent, past.
The fundamental conclusion of CRISE research is that the presence of large horizontal inequal - ities (HIs), or inequalities among salient identity groups, increases the risk of violent by: Horizontal Inequalities and Conflict: Understanding Group Violence in Multiethnic Societies (Conflict, Inequality and Ethnicity) - Kindle edition by Stewart, F.
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This book evaluates the extent to which post-conflict reconstruction has addressed problems of horizontal inequalities through country case studies on Burundi, Rwanda, Nepal, Peru, Guatemala, Bosnia and Herzegovina, and Afghanistan, and four thematic studies on macro-economic policies, privatisation, PRSP's, and employment : Palgrave Macmillan UK.
Part of the Conflict, Inequality and Ethnicity book series (CoIE) Abstract. Violent conflict within multiethnic and multireligious countries is a major problem in the world today — from the former Yugoslavia and USSR to Northern Ireland and the Basque country, from Rwanda to Darfur, Indonesia to Fiji, numerous bitter and deadly conflicts are Cited by: Major findings and conclusions on the relationship between horizontal inequalities and conflict Frances Stewart, Graham Brown and Arnim Langer 1.
Introduction In this book we set out to explore the relationship between HIs and conflict: whether indeed suchFile Size: KB. There is increasing evidence that the presence of horizontal inequalities (HIs), or inequalities among groups, raises the risk of conflict, and this is. These are the sources and citations used to research Horizontal Inequalities as a Cause of Conflict in Syria.
This bibliography was generated on Cite This For Me on Wednesday, February 3, Book. This chapter advances the view that horizontal inequalities, or inequalities among identity groups, are an important cause of violent conflict in multiethnic or multi-religious societies.
It follows that horizontal inequalities need to be monitored in multi-ethnic societies; and where they are found to be large, corrective policies are by: This research project examines the relationship between horizontal inequalities in education and the likelihood of violent conflict,1 with the focus on horizontal inequalities in educational attainment of youth ages In this section, we employ a global time.
Violent conflict in multiethnic societies in the developing world is a pre-eminent problem of the twenty-first century. Drawing on original quantitative and qualitative research, this book shows that horizontal inequalities among religious or ethnic groups, in political, social, economic or cultural dimensions, are an important catalyst of such.
Request PDF | Horizontal Inequalities and Post-Conflict Development | This book evaluates the extent to which post-conflict reconstruction has addressed. Stewart () contends that horizontal inequalities in the political, economic, social, and cultural spheres drive conflict, particularly as horizontal inequalities rapidly widen and economic and Author: Frances Stewart.
This book evaluates the extent to which post-conflict reconstruction has addressed problems of horizontal inequalities through country case studies on Burundi, Rwanda, Nepal, Peru, Guatemala, Bosnia and Herzegovina, and Afghanistan, and four thematic studies on macro-economic policies, privatisation, PRSP's, and employment generation.
ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: pages cm. Contents: Horizontal inequalities and conflict: an introduction and some hypotheses --Who should be included?
noncitizens, conflict and the constitution of the citizenry --Cultural status inequalities: an important dimension of group mobilization --Horizontal inequalities: explaining persistence .Horizontal inequalities (HIs) within a country, or inequalities among groups, have been shown to be an important source of violent conflict.
Relevant group categorizations include religion, ethnicity, and region. HIs can also be measured in different ways.Get this from a library! Horizontal inequalities and conflict: understanding group violence in multiethnic societies. [Frances Stewart;] -- "Drawing on quantitative and qualitative research, this book shows that horizontal inequalities among religous or ethnic groups, in political, social, economic or cultural dimensions, are an.