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Ethnic Conflict in Developing Societies

Trinidad and Tobago, Guyana, Fiji, and Suriname

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        StatementPalgrave Macmillan
        PublishersPalgrave Macmillan
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        LC ClassificationsAug 01, 2018
        The Physical Object
        Paginationxvi, 70 p. :
        Number of Pages60
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        ISBN 10331985223X
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There is no denying the fact that society requires for its formation and growth both harmony and disharmony, association and disassociation. There has never been a Lime or a society in which some individuals or groups did not come into conflict. Conflict is, in other words, a competition in its more occasional, personal and hostile forms. The study discusses various theories on economic development and on ethnic conflicts in order to explain Guyana's ongoing racial conflict and illustrates some effects of conflict on Guyana's development.

Conflict in Society: Definition, Causes ,Types and other Details

In the same way co- operation and conflict often go together. Whether this was a result of the closely integrated nature of the South African economy, the moderation and wisdom of the ANC leadership, miscalculations by the white elite, or the geopolitical changes produced by the end of the Cold War remain questions that will be the subject of debate for years to come. Because cultural affiliations and ethnic identity are particularly strong factors shaping group relations, these conflicts have led to tremendous human suffering and are a significant threat to international security.

The Political Science Quarterly is the oldest and most widely read political science journal in the country. Race riots, communal upheavals, religious persecution, labour- management conflict and war between nations are the examples of corporate conflict.

What are the main causes of ethnic conflict?

vi Conflict may lead to a new consensus. ii Conflict is a personal activity. Conflict differs from competition in so many ways. The study focuses on Trinidad and Tobago, Guyana, Suriname, and Fiji. Similarly, the verbal conflicts of friends, lovers and married couples often clear the air and permit once again the acceptance of the relationship. Personal conflict, on the other hand, occurs within the group.

Ethnic conflict is thus similar to other political interest conflicts. Neoconservative theories concentrate on cultural factors, which, it is asserted, are disproportionately distributed among certain ethnic and racial groups. How can ethnic nationalism cause conflict? Ann Marie Bissessar is Professor of Political Science, at The University of the West Indies, Trinidad and Tobago.

This project looks at the mechanisms, which vary from legislation to political structures, systems, and institutions that have been introduced to allow for greater integration by these communities, and assesses their strengths and weaknesses.