Genocide And Conflict

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Ethnic conflict frequently manifests itself into genocide. Genocide is the destruction of any group of people and is often discussed in relation to extinction (Barkan and Snowden 2008: p.133). When thinking of the word genocide a few others come to mind: extermination, death, annihilation, and slaughter. None of these words have any positive connotation about them. The differences between ethnic conflict and genocide are that conflict is merely the struggle between the two groups while genocide is the actual act of killing. There, not always but most of the time, is a conflict before the start of a vast outbreak of murdering or attitudes towards such actions. Infantilization assigns childlike characteristics to the group that is being attacked;
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