Genocide Research Paper
Both the Armenians and the Jews experienced similar cases of classification, polarization, preparation, organization and extermination. However, the Armenians experienced dehumanization, symbolization and denial differently than the Jews in Germany.
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The Jews and the Armenians both experienced classification. Classification is the grouping of people into different categories based on ethnicity, race or gender. The Aryans grouped society into good people and bad people. The Jews were considered bad and the Aryans were considered superior. Therefore, the Jews were persecuted. (Beck et al. 502-505) The Armenians were also classified as bad people. The Muslim Turks felt they were superior and wanted to expel the Armenians from their country. (Rosenfeld 18-24) This category impacted both groups because it turned the people of two nations against each other and caused racism. Since both nations experienced this similarity it shows how the government was able to impact society and cause people to dislike another ethnic group based on their religion.
Beck, Roger B., Linda Black, Larry S. Krieger, Phillip C. Naylor, and Dahia Ibo Shabaka.
Modern World History. 1. United States of America: McDougal Littel, 2006. 502-505. Print.
Rosenfeld, Alan. Five Case of Genocide in the 20th Century 1915-1995. 1. 1. Santa Ana: The
Regents of the University of California, 2005. 18-24. Print.
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Comparative Analysis for Genocides
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