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研究生:馬林
研究生(外文):Sylvain Léo Carletti
論文名稱:文明混雜中種族衝突的延續
論文名稱(外文):Sustainability of the Ethnical Clash of Civilizations Complex
指導教授:郭育仁郭育仁引用關係
指導教授(外文):Yujen Kuo
學位類別:碩士
校院名稱:國立中山大學
系所名稱:國際經營管理碩士班
學門:商業及管理學門
學類:企業管理學類
論文種類:學術論文
論文出版年:2014
畢業學年度:102
語文別:英文
論文頁數:82
中文關鍵詞:暴力濫用衝突的起因自身永久存在的全球反恐戰爭自我應驗預言族群衝突工具化
外文關鍵詞:Self-Fulfilling ProphecyEthnic ConflictsGlobal War on TerrorSelf-PerpetuationCause for ConflictsIndiscriminate ViolenceInstrumentalization
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本碩士論文主要依據大衛金恩 David Keen 對於當代衝突理論的研究,延伸探討社會與國家透過引導人們自我身分的定義產生一股群體的聚集力量,而藉此導向具有利益性的暴力衝突的一種長久以來存在的機制。論文中藉由種族衝突的相關性及文化的衝突兩者闡述反生產力及以捍衛自由主義引起的全球的持續性反恐行為,進一步討論族群及文化的衝突暴力並非為兩者族群的歷久的差異導致的根本對立,而引發於濫用群體對自我的辨認產生的向心力藉由事件引起暴力而產生文明斷層導致的長期衝突。
Drawing on the work of David Keen, theories of contemporary conflict, this master thesis seeks to unravel the sustainability of an insidious mechanism through which identity is instrumentalized as readily ascertainable within a multi-ethnic-civilizational society perverting collecting identity toward a conflict path. Through the correlation of ethnic conflicts and the clash of civilizations, this master thesis evaluates the counter-productiveness, self-perpetuating global war on terror in Afghanistan with Operation Enduring Freedom –A. Violent ethnic and civilizational clash is not caused by inherent and genuine differences between groups, instead, it is the use of indiscriminate violence along ethnic and civilizational fault line resulting in the consequential by product of human natural tendency and relative right to retaliate
Thesis Approval i
Acknowledgement ii
Abstract iii
摘要 iv
Table of Contents v
Introduction 1
I Literature Review 7
A The Clash of Civilizations 8
Criticism 11
B Primordialist Account 12
Criticism 13
C Primordialist Account and Clash of Civilizations correlation 15
II Alternative Theoretical Analysis of Conflicts 16
A Constructivism and Instrumentalism theoretical approach 18
Constructivism 18
Instrumentalization 19
Correlation 21
B Rational Instrumentalism Application Scenarios 23
Origins of conflicts 23
Political mobilization 25
Interminable conflict pattern 30
C Indiscriminate Violence and Self-Perpetuation 32
III Case Study: Afghanistan and the Global War on Terror 38
A History of Afghanistan 39
Afghanistan after 1978 41
B The Taliban and Al Qaeda 43
Taliban 43
Al Qaeda and new terrorism 44
C Theoretical Counter-Productiveness of Operation “Enduring Freedom”- (A) Afghanistan 48
U.S inherent symmetrical counter productiveness 49
IV Justifying the Global War on Terror and invasion of Afghanistan 52
Against multilateralism 52
Against Humanitarian Intervention 52
Operation Enduring Freedom-Afghanistan (OEF-A) 54
Conclusion 57
Limitations 61
Opening Statement: 63
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