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Mila Dragojević. Amoral Communities: Collective Crimes in Time of War

In: Southeastern Europe
Author: Ivor Sokolić1
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  • 1 European Institute, London School of Economics and Political Science, London, , UK, i.sokolic@lse.ac.uk
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Under what conditions do ordinary people who have lived in peace for many years in the same communities turn against each other? This is the longstanding research puzzle that Mila Dragojević attempts to shed light on in Amoral Communities. She joins authors such as Balcells (2017), Bergholz (2016) and Fujii (2009) in focusing on the micro elements at play in such contexts. She builds an original model that identifies the causal mechanisms that link state-level political mobilization with local-level recruitment of ordinary people, who sometimes perpetrate violence against members of their own

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