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Proceedings of the British Academy

Collaboration in Authoritarian and Armed Conflict Settings

Collaboration in Authoritarian and Armed Conflict Settings

Proceedings of the British Academy

Collaboration in Authoritarian and Armed Conflict Settings

Proceedings of the British Academy: Collaboration in Authoritarian and Armed Conflict Settings

 

Collaboration in Authoritarian and Armed Conflict Settings offers an array of examples to demonstrate the ubiquity of collaboration and its extension over territory and time. It also teases out a framework for examining collaboration, merging history, philosophy, political science, sociology, law, and literary studies.


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Beschrijving Proceedings of the British Academy: Collaboration in Authoritarian and Armed Conflict Settings

Who is the collaborator, or in whose eyes? What is the motivation to collaborate: for material gain, for ideology, for duty? When is collaboration betraying a hated enemy, and when is it something else: personal revenge or an instrumental, rational, or even coerced response to a situation, for example? Why do collaborators meet such harsh punishment and stigma when they are revealed as such? Can they ever atone or find redemption? Beyond the perception of the
stakeholders involved, how harmful is collaboration? Does it exacerbate or abate violence? Is it always evil or can it sometimes be seen as mitigating wrongs? The chapters in Collaboration in Authoritarian and Armed Conflict Settings explore these thorny questions through a set of case studies, disciplinary
approaches, and temporal and regional contexts. They show the range of the types of collaboration; the ubiquity of collaboration across time, countries, political systems, and political and cultural conflicts.


ISBN
9780197267059
Pagina's
294
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Serie
Proceedings of the British Academy
NUR
754
Druk
1
Uitvoering
Hardback
Taal
Engels
Uitgever
OUP Oxford

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