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  1. A. de Swaan (2001). Dyscivilization, Mass Extermination and the State. Theory, Culture and Society 18 (2-3):265-276.
    Are massive violence and destruction a manifestation of ‘modernity’, even its very essence, or rather its total opposite: ‘a breakdown of civilization’? Although ostensibly Norbert Elias mainly occupied himself with the civilizing process, he was always, though mostly implicitly so, preoccupied with its complement and counterpart: violence, regression and anomie. In recent years, a number of his students have returned to these themes. Whether they wanted to or not, they were drawn into a debate that never subsided for long in (...)
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  2. A. de Swaan (2001). Words of the World: The Global Language System. Polity.
    This book will be essential reading for those studying sociology, communication studies and linguistics.
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  3. A. de Swaan (1997). Widening Circles of Disidentification: On the Psycho- and Sociogenesis of the Hatred of Distant Strangers - Reflections on Rwanda. Theory, Culture and Society 14 (2):105-122.
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  4. Abram De Swaan (1997). The Receding Prospects for Transnational Social Policy. Theory and Society 26 (4):561-575.
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  5. A. de Swaan (1995). Widening Circles of Identification: Emotional Concerns in Sociogenetic Perspective. Theory, Culture and Society 12 (2):25-39.
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  6. Abram De Swaan (1981). A Rejoinder to Mr. Alt's Critique. Theory and Society 10 (3):407-411.
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  7. Abram de Swaan (1981). The Politics of Agoraphobia. Theory and Society 10 (3):359-385.
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