Excerpts from Genocide: A Comprehensive Introduction, Second Edition - by Adam Jones
These excerpts from the 2010 second edition are posted by permission of Routledge/Taylor & Francis. They are in .pdf file format (requires the Adobe Acrobat reader). The excerpts may be freely copied and distributed for educational and other non-commercial purposes, if the author and publisher are credited. They should not be reposted on the Internet.
See also the complete Table of Contents for Genocide: A Comprehensive Introduction.
| Genocide in prehistory, antiquity, and early modernity | Naming genocide: Raphael Lemkin | Defining genocide: The UN Convention | Bounding genocide: Comparative genocide studies | What is destroyed in genocide? | Multiple and overlapping identities | Dynamism and contingency | The question of genocidal intent | Contested cases of genocide | Is genocide ever justified? | Further study
| Introduction | Origins | The turn to mass murder | Debating the Holocaust | The Nazis' other victims |
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