Markers of Evil: The Identification & Prevention of Genocide and Ethnic Cleansing
An examination of the problem of genocide from multiple perspectives, including those of political philosophy, evolutionary psychology, communications research and ethics, and how to identify markers to identify genocide.
||Genocide and its Prevention, Political Philosophy, Ethics, Evolutionary Psychology, Communication Research, Evil, Genocide Convention 1948, Case Studies
International Journal of Interdisciplinary Social Sciences, Volume 1, Issue 2, pp.149-158.
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I work in international communication, including public diplomacy, and do economic analyses of the impact of new communications technologies, especially on identity and community. I also do research in communication ethics, especially in journalism, and teach in these areas, along with audio design, aesthetics, history, and communication theory. I work with various foreign universities, assisting in curriculum development, new teaching methodologies, and the application of digital production models. I also work with various international broadcasting organizations on research issues and have completed work for the European Union, the BBC, VOA, Radio Deutsche Welle, and InterSearch. I've published three books, with another coming out this year, and nearly 100 essays, research reports, monographs, and book chapters.
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