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Nations, States, and Violence$

David D. Laitin

Print publication date: 2007

Print ISBN-13: 9780199228232

Published to British Academy Scholarship Online: October 2011

DOI: 10.1093/acprof:oso/9780199228232.001.0001

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(p.153) References to Author's Own Work

(p.153) References to Author's Own Work

Nations, States, and Violence
Oxford University Press

Bibliography references:

This book borrows extensively from work that I have published elsewhere. When this occurs, I do not provide full citations, as I do for other work, but only author(s) and year of publication. Below are the full references from my own work, some of it in collaboration, that form the research foundation for this book.

Brubaker, Rogers and David D. Laitin (1998). ‘Ethnic and Nationalist Violence’, Annual Review of Sociology, 24: 423–52.

Chandra, Kanchan and David D. Laitin (2002). ‘A Framework for Thinking About Identity Change’, Paper Prepared for Presentation at LICEP 5, Stanford University [http://www.yale.edu/ycias/ocvprogram/licep/5/chandra-laitin/chandra-laitin.pdf]

Fearon, James D. and David D. Laitin (1996). ‘Explaining Interethnic Cooperation’, American Political Science Review, 90(4): 715–35.

——— (1999). ‘Weak States, Rough Terrain, And Large-Scale Ethnic Violence Since 1945’, Paper prepared for delivery at the 1999 Annual Meetings of the American Political Science Association, 2–5 September, Atlanta, GA.

——— (2001). ‘Sons of the Soil, Immigrants and Civil War’, Stanford University, unpublished manuscript, http://www.stanford.edu/class/polisci313/papers/LaitinOct29.pdf

——— (2003). ‘Ethnicity, Insurgency and Civil War’, American Political Science Review, 97(1): 75–90.

——— (no date). ‘Nigeria’, in Random Narratives (http://www.stanford.edu/group/ethnic/Random%20Narratives/random%20narratives.htm).

(p.154) Greif, Avner and David D. Laitin (2004). ‘A Theory of Endogenous Institutional Change’, American Political Science Review, 98(4): 633–52.

Laitin, David D. (1977). Politics, Language, and Thought: The Somali Experience. Chicago, IL: University of Chicago Press.

——— (1979). ‘Somalia's Military Government and Scientific Socialism’, in Thomas M. Callaghy and Carl G. Rosberg (eds), Socialism in Sub-Saharan Africa. Berkeley, CA: Institute of International Studies.

——— (1983). ‘The Ogaadeen Question and Changes in Somali Identity’, in Donald Rothchild and Victor A. Olorunsola (eds), State Versus Ethnic Claims: African Policy Dilemmas. Boulder, CO: Westview

——— (1986). Hegemony and Culture. Chicago, IL: University of Chicago Press.

——— (1988). ‘Language Games’, Comparative Politics, 20: 289–302.

——— (1989a). ‘Linguistic Revival: Politics and Culture in Catalonia’, Comparative Studies in Society and History, 31(2): 297– 317.

——— (1989b). ‘Language Policy and Political Strategy in India’, Policy Sciences, 22: 415–36.

——— (1991). ‘The National Uprisings in the Soviet Union’, World Politics, 44(1): 139–177.

——— (1992). Language Repertoires and State Construction in Africa. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

——— (1993). ‘The Game Theory of Language Regimes’, International Political Science Review, 14(3): 227–39.

——— (1994). ‘The Tower of Babel as a Coordination Game: Political Linguistics in Ghana’, American Political Science Review, 88(3): 622–34.

——— (Spring, 1995a). ‘National Revivals and Violence’, Archives Européennes de Sociologie.

——— (1995b). ‘Marginality: A Microperspective’, Rationality and Society, 7(1): 31–57.

(p.155) ——— (1997). ‘The Cultural Identities of a European State’, Politics & Society, 25(3): 277–302.

——— (1998). Identity in Formation: The Russian-speaking Populations in the Near Abroad. Ithaca, NY: Cornell University Press.

——— (2000). ‘Language Conflict and Violence: the Straw that Strengthens the Camel's Back’, Archives Européennes de Sociologie, XLI (1): 97–137.

——— (2001a). ‘Secessionist Rebellion in the Former Soviet Union’, Comparative Political Studies, 34(8): 839–61.

——— (2001b). ‘Language Conflict and Violence’, Archives Européennes de Sociologies, 41 (1).

——— (2004). ‘The De-cosmopolitanization of the Russian Diaspora: A View from Brooklyn in the “Far Abroad”’, Diaspora: A Journal of Transnational Studies, 13(1): 5–35.

——— (2005). ‘Culture Shift in a Postcommunist State’, in Zoltan Barany and Robert G. Moser (eds.), Ethnic Politics After Communism. Ithaca, NY: Cornell University Press.

——— (2006). ‘Linguistic Nationalism as a Consumption Item’, Paper presented at the conference on Challenges Of Multi-Lingual Societies, Organized by CORE, Université catholique de Louvain, and ECARES, Université Libre de Bruxelles (June 9–10, 2006).

———and Barry Weingast (2006). ‘An Equilibrium Alternative to the Study of Culture’, The Good Society, 15(1): 15–20.

——— and Rob Reich (2003). ‘A Liberal Democratic Approach to Language Justice’, in Will Kymlicka and Alan Patten (eds.), Language Rights and Political Theory. Oxford: Oxford University Press.

———and Said S. Samatar (1987). Somalia: A Nation in Search of a State. Boulder, CO: Westview.

——— Carlotta Solé, and Stathis N. Kalyvas (1994). ‘Language and the Construction of States: The Case of Catalonia in Spain’, Politics & Society, 22(1): 5–30. (p.156)