The Numbers Game: Substantiality and the Definition of Genocide

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Substantiality is an important but misunderstood part of the concept of genocide. One problem is that substantiality holds different meanings within law and sociology. Catherine Renshaw discusses the concept of substantiality with a view to illuminating the tension that exists between legal and sociological understandings of genocide.

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