|Title||Constructivist theories of ethnic politics|
|Author||edited by Kanchan Chandra|
|Imprint||Oxford : Oxford University Press, 2012|
|Descript||xvi, 500p. : ill ; 24 cm|
Introduction. -- What is ethnic identity? A minimalist definion. -- Attributes and categories: a new conceptual vocabulary for thinking about ethnic identity. -- How ethnic identities change. -- A combinatorial language for thinking about ethnic. -- A baseline model of change in an activated ethnic demography. -- Modeling the evolution of ethnic demography. -- How fluid is fluid? the mutability of ethnic identities and electoral volatility in Africa. -- Ethnicity and pork: a virtual test of causal mechanisms. -- A constructivist model of ethnic riots. -- Identity, rationality, and emotion in the process of state disintegration and reconstruction. -- Deploying constructivism for th analysis of rare events: how possible is the emergence of "Punjabistan"?
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