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Terrorism in modern Armenian political culture

Terrorism in modern Armenian political culture In the past century Armenian political culture has been shaped by the ARF, the largest nationalist party, and both outright terrorism and political violence have been used by the party and its major diasporan opponent, ASALA. These violent acts have had quite different targets, intentions, audiences and meanings, and have occurred intermittently, in widely different locations both in Armenia and in some 34 other countries. The role of these acts in shaping political culture has depended on cultural contexts and interpretations which this article narrates and explores. http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Terrorism & Political Violence Taylor & Francis

Terrorism in modern Armenian political culture

Terrorism & Political Violence , Volume 4 (2): 15 – Jun 1, 1992

Terrorism in modern Armenian political culture

Terrorism & Political Violence , Volume 4 (2): 15 – Jun 1, 1992

Abstract

In the past century Armenian political culture has been shaped by the ARF, the largest nationalist party, and both outright terrorism and political violence have been used by the party and its major diasporan opponent, ASALA. These violent acts have had quite different targets, intentions, audiences and meanings, and have occurred intermittently, in widely different locations both in Armenia and in some 34 other countries. The role of these acts in shaping political culture has depended on cultural contexts and interpretations which this article narrates and explores.

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Publisher
Taylor & Francis
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Copyright Taylor & Francis Group, LLC
ISSN
1556-1836
eISSN
0954-6553
DOI
10.1080/09546559208427146
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Abstract

In the past century Armenian political culture has been shaped by the ARF, the largest nationalist party, and both outright terrorism and political violence have been used by the party and its major diasporan opponent, ASALA. These violent acts have had quite different targets, intentions, audiences and meanings, and have occurred intermittently, in widely different locations both in Armenia and in some 34 other countries. The role of these acts in shaping political culture has depended on cultural contexts and interpretations which this article narrates and explores.

Journal

Terrorism & Political ViolenceTaylor & Francis

Published: Jun 1, 1992

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