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Consequences of Ethnic Conflict: Explaining Refugee Movements in the Southeast Asia/Pacific Region
(University of Canterbury. Political Science, 2006)
Ethnic conflict is the most common type of internal armed conflict in the world. It often involves systematic attacks on civilian populations and is therefore also the major source of most of the world's 9.2 million ...
Barbaric mistakes: Western print media’s portrayal of “ethnic” conflicts
(University of Canterbury. Social and Political Sciences, 2013)
This study addressed the question: “Does Western media framing of different actors in ethnic conflict influence the likelihood of intervention being advocated in the media?” In order to answer this question, this study ...