Indigenous Peoples, Ethnic Groups, and the State
'Indigenous Peoples, Ethnic Groups, and the State' provides a concise introduction to the process of modernization and its effect on tribalism and ethnic parochialism. Part of the 'Cultural Survival Studies in Ethnicity and Change' series, this text focuses on key issues affecting indigenous and ethnic groups worldwide.
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Genocide and Ethnic Cleansing
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