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Shared Perspectives in Ethnic Conflict: Sharing Theoretical Knowledge across Multiple Disciplines

Shared Perspectives in Ethnic Conflict: Sharing Theoretical Knowledge across Multiple Disciplines
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Author(s): Steven Gibson (Northcentral University, USA) and Darla R. Anderson (California State University – Northridge, USA)
Copyright: 2016
Pages: 18
Source title: Impact of Communication and the Media on Ethnic Conflict
Source Author(s)/Editor(s): Steven Gibson (Northcentral University, USA) and Agnes Lucy Lando (Daystar University, Kenya)
DOI: 10.4018/978-1-4666-9728-7.ch004

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Abstract

This chapter examines theoretical perspectives on ethnic conflict across several disciplines. Multiple academic disciplines have addressed ethnic conflict with the tools available in their fields of research. A less thoroughly researched aspect of ethnic conflict is what most valuable contributions are shared across disciplinary boundaries. This chapter will touch on approaches from social sciences, political science, cognitive science, communication studies, and lay views of ethnic conflict. This study is a first step into this topic and yields some important ideas for future research for analyzing ethnic conflict.

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