Death squad : the anthropology of state terror / edited by Jeffrey A. Sluka.
Contributor(s): Sluka, Jeffrey ALanguage: English Publisher: Philadelphia : University of Pennsylvania Press, 1999.Description: x, 260p. : ill., photos, plates ; 24cm.ISBN: 0812235231
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Includes bibliographies and index.
State terror and anthropology / J.A. Sluka; A fictional reality: paramilitary death squads and the construction of State terror in Spain / B. Aretxaga;Trials by fire: dynamic of terror in Punjab and Kashmir ? C.K. Mahmood; State terror in the Netherworld: disappearance and reburial in Argentina / A.C.G.M. Robben; The homogenizing effects of State-sponsored terrorism: the case of guatemala /F.M. Afflitto; For God and Ulster: the culture of terror and loyalist death squads in Northern Ireland/ J.A. Sluka; Ninjas, nanggalas, monuments and Mossad manuals: an anthropology of Indonesian State terror in East Timor / G.J. Aditjondro; Murdered or martyred?: popular evaluations of violent death in the Muslim Separatist Movement in the Philippines / T.M. McKenna; Parents and their children in situations of terror: disappearances and special police activity in Punjab / J. Pettigrew; Death squads and wider complicities: dilemmas for the anthropology of violence / K.B. Warren.