Paper Information

Journal:   CRIMINAL LAW DOCTRINES   fall 2016-winter 2017 , Volume - , Number 12 #l00561; Page(s) 3 To 33.
 
Paper: 

The Social Conformity Theory; The Bases and Its Application in the Analysis of the Mass Slaughter of 1994 in Rwanda

 
 
Author(s):  ARDEBILI MOHAMMAD ALI, REZAEI ATEFEH
 
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Abstract: 
The mass murder not only being committed in an organized and widespread form and in the form of mass violence but also it follows a lot of victims and threatens the global and security peace. Therefore, it is an interesting challenge for the international criminology course to study why a lot of citizens participate in committing this violent and widespread act. With considering a lot of factors in different situation of specific time and place cause to facility the commitment of this mass murder, it is vital to be known the interaction of factors and the important components in the different levels with a comprehensive look. In this regard, this note has used the social conformity theory as a multi-level and multidimensional attitude to analyze the criminology of the mass slaughter of 1994 in Rwanda. Based on 6 propounded propositions in this theory, the political, social and economy conditions has analyzed in Rwanda in the years before the genocide and the effective factors for committing this genocide have been clarified and clearly examined.
 
Keyword(s): The mass slaughter,The social conformity,The structural analysis,The individual analysis
 
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