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Perpetrators of international crimes : theories, methods, and evidence / edited by Alette Smeulers, Maartje Weerdesteijn, Barbora Holá.

Contributor(s): Smeulers, Alette, 1967- [editor.] | Weerdesteijn, Maartje, 1984- [editor.] | Holá, Barbora, 1980- [editor.].
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookPublisher: Oxford : Oxford University Press, 2019Edition: First edition.Description: xxvi, 376 pages ; 25 cm.Content type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 9780198829997.Subject(s): International crimes | International crimes -- Case studies | Atrocities | Atrocities -- Case studies | Atrocities | International crimesGenre/Form: Case studies.DDC classification: 341.77 SME Other classification: 341.77 SME
Contents:
Alette Smeulers, Barbora Holá, and Maartje Weerdesteijn -- Historical overview of perpetrator studies / Alette Smeulers -- Theories, methods, and evidence / Alette Smeulers, Barbora Holá, and Maartje Weerdesteijn -- Perpetrators, fieldwork, and ethical concerns / Chandra Lekha Sriram -- Interviewing perpetrators against the backdrop of ethical concerns and reflexivity / Mina Rauschenbach -- Studying 'perpetrators' through the lens of the criminal trial / Thijs B. Bouwknegt and Adina-Loredana Nistor -- Perpetration as a process: a historical-sociological model / Uğur Ümit Üngör -- The margins of perpetration: role-shifting in genocide / Kjell Anderson -- Beyond perpetrators: complex political actors surrounding the 1994 genocide in Rwanda / Erin Jessee -- Studying perpetrator ideologies in atrocity crimes / Jonathan Leader Maynard -- Religion and international crimes: the case of the Islamic State / Pieter Nanninga -- The female tigers of Sri Lanka: the legitimation of recruitment and fight / Georg Frerks -- The rationality and reign of Paul Kegame / Maartje Weerdesteijn -- Nothing must remain: the (in)visibility of atrocity crimes and the perpetrators' strategies using the corpses of their victims / Caroline Fournet -- Plausible deniability: the challenges in prosecuting paramilitary violence in the Former Yugoslavia / Iva Vukušić -- Peroetrators on trial: characteristics of war crimes perpetrators tried by courts in Bosnia and Herzegovina and ICTY / Mirza Buljubašić and Barbora Holá -- 'Like mirrors of morality': social support for Nazi war criminals in post-war Germany / Susanne Karstedt -- Alette Smeulers.
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Includes bibliographical references (pages 323-366) and index.

Introduction / Alette Smeulers, Barbora Holá, and Maartje Weerdesteijn -- Part I. Perpetrator studies. 1. Historical overview of perpetrator studies / Alette Smeulers -- 2 Theories, methods, and evidence / Alette Smeulers, Barbora Holá, and Maartje Weerdesteijn -- Part II. Reflecting on methods and sources. 3. Perpetrators, fieldwork, and ethical concerns / Chandra Lekha Sriram -- 4. Interviewing perpetrators against the backdrop of ethical concerns and reflexivity / Mina Rauschenbach -- 5. Studying 'perpetrators' through the lens of the criminal trial / Thijs B. Bouwknegt and Adina-Loredana Nistor -- Part III. Studying perpetration. 6. Perpetration as a process: a historical-sociological model / Uğur Ümit Üngör -- 7. The margins of perpetration: role-shifting in genocide / Kjell Anderson -- 8. Beyond perpetrators: complex political actors surrounding the 1994 genocide in Rwanda / Erin Jessee -- Part IV. Studying perpetrators: case studies. 9. Studying perpetrator ideologies in atrocity crimes / Jonathan Leader Maynard -- 10. Religion and international crimes: the case of the Islamic State / Pieter Nanninga -- 11. The female tigers of Sri Lanka: the legitimation of recruitment and fight / Georg Frerks -- 12. The rationality and reign of Paul Kegame / Maartje Weerdesteijn -- Part V. Studying perpetrators on trial: case studies. 13. Nothing must remain: the (in)visibility of atrocity crimes and the perpetrators' strategies using the corpses of their victims / Caroline Fournet -- 14. Plausible deniability: the challenges in prosecuting paramilitary violence in the Former Yugoslavia / Iva Vukušić -- 15. Peroetrators on trial: characteristics of war crimes perpetrators tried by courts in Bosnia and Herzegovina and ICTY / Mirza Buljubašić and Barbora Holá -- 16. 'Like mirrors of morality': social support for Nazi war criminals in post-war Germany / Susanne Karstedt -- Concluding thoughts / Alette Smeulers.

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