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Genocidal Crimes
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1. Defining a Crime 2. States and Genocide I: State Crime & War 3. States and Genocide II: Legitimacy and Ideology 4. Perpetrators I: The Organizational Context 5. Perpetrators II: The Individual Context 6. An End To Genocide?

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Dr. Alex Alvarez is a Professor in the Department of Criminology & Criminal Justice at Northern Arizona University. The former Director of the Martin-Springer Institute for Teaching the Holocaust, Tolerance, and Humanitarian Values, he has published books on genocide, violence, and homicide

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'Alvarez's work is an excellent foray into a previously underutilized paradigm with which to pursue a better and more accurate understanding of genocide...Highly Recommended.' -- Choice, September 2010

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