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Publisher: Wiley-Blackwell on behalf of UNESCO

Volume 54, Number 4, December 2002

Abstracts
pp. 425-428(4)

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Extreme violence: can we understand it?
pp. 429-431(3)
Author: Sémelin, J.

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From massacre to the genocidal process
pp. 433-442(10)
Author: Sémelin, J.

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The “right distance” when dealing with violence
pp. 453-461(9)
Author: Lefranc, S.

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“Terrorism” as total violence?
pp. 473-481(9)
Author: Sommier, I.

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Extreme violence in combat and wilful blindness
pp. 491-497(7)
Author: Audoin-Rouzeau, S.

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Extreme violence and the scholarly community
pp. 509-518(10)
Author: Bartov, O.

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An ethic of responsibility in practice
pp. 529-538(10)
Author: Pouligny, B.

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Torture and the borders of humanity
pp. 539-548(10)
Authors: Sironi, F.; Branche, R.

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The anthropology of extreme violence: the crime of desecration
pp. 549-557(9)
Author: Nahoum-Grappe, V.

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Past issues
pp. 559-561(3)

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