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Religious studies 450 Words 2 Pages
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 Among the members of your group, compare and contrast the evil of genocide experienced in Armenia during World War I with the Nazi genocide in World War II and with the experiences of evil in the Rwandan genocide. Apply evidence from assigned course readings to build your case about genocide and its symbols. Explain which course concept of evil is most convincing to support your perspective. How is this evil symbolized?

 Avoid summarizing the narrative of genocide. Focus on the ideas and symbols of this experience of evil.

 Document your evidence in footnotes or end notes. No bibliography is required.

Use Barbara Coloroso's book A Brief History of Genocide and JC Cooper's Illustrated Encyclopedia of Traditional Symbols as sources


  • Title: Genocide
  • Length: 2 pages (450 Words)
  • Style: MLA


According to Coloroso[1], genocide takes place in ten main stages. These are classification, symbolization, discrimination, dehumanization, organization, polarization, preparation, persecution, extermination, and denial. These stages show how genocide is developed since it involves a large segment of the society or state ganging up against another. Cooper[2] focuses on symbolization which refers to the names and other forms of identification assigned to the classifications of people. In order for the prejudice which precedes genocide to start, people are distinguished into various classifications based on race, religion, ethnicity, or nationality[3].

[1] Coloroso, Barbara. Extraordinary evil: A Brief History of Genocide. Viking Canada, 2007.

[2] Cooper, Jean C. An Illustrated Encyclopedia of Traditional Symbols. Thames & Hudson, 1987.

[3] Coloroso, Extraordinary evil: A Brief History of Genocide, 2007.




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