Pols 2401, Week 7 Notes
Pols 2401, Week 7 Notes POLS 2401 010
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Date Created: 10/06/16
Global Issues WK 7 SSN US is not in the ICC because they think ICC might use it as a weapon against US. Genocide: 1. Classification: Distinguish by nationality, ethnicity, race, or religion Bipolar societies (Rwanda) most likely to have genocide because no way for classification to fade away through intermarriage Primary method for dividing society. 2. Symbolization: Names: “Jew”, “German”, “Hutu”, “Tutsi” Languages, types of dress, group uniforms, colors and religious symbols 3. Dehumanization: One group denies the humanity of another group and makes the victim group seen subhuman. o Overcomes the normal human revulsion against murder. Described as animals, vermin and diseases “Kill the cockroaches” Involves superiority of one group and inferiority of the “other” 4. Organization Genocide is a group crime, so must be organized Arms and financially supports the groups that conduct the genocide massacres. “Final Solution” 5. Polarization Hate groups broadcast and print polarizing propaganda Laws are passed that forbid intermarriage and social interaction Get rid of moderates that will oppose or stop actions. 6. Preparation Segregation into ghettos- victims are forces into concentration camps. Victims are deported to famine stuck regions for starvation 7. Extermination Because they do not believe the victims are fully human “Cleansing” society. 8. Denial Found during and after genocide Continual denial- among the surest indicators of further genocidal massacres. Continuation of the intent to destroy the group. 2
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