Nationalism and Demographic Engineering

Required

Morland, Paul (2014). Demographic Engineering: Population Strategies in Ethnic Conflict (Basingstoke: Palgrave-MacMillan), ch. 2

Demographic Engineering

Bookman, Milica Zarkovic (1997). The Demographic Struggle for Power: The Political Economy of Demographic Engineering in the Modern World (London, Frank Cass).

McNamee, Lachlan and Anna Zhang (2019). “Demographic Engineering and International Conflict: Evidence from China and the Former USSR.” International Organization 73(2): 291-327.

McGarry, John and Brendan O’Leary (1993). “The macro-political regulation of ethnic conflict,” in  John McGarry and Brendan O’Leary, eds. The Politics of Ethnic Conflict Regulation (London, Routledge).

Weiner, Myron and Sharon S. Russell, eds. (2001). Demography and National Security (New York, Berghahn), chapters 7-10.

Weiner, Myron and Michael S. Teitelbaum (2001). Political Demography, Demographic Engineering. New York, Berghahn, ch. 5

Pronatalism

Anson, Jon, and Avinoam Meir (1996). “Religiosity, nationalism and fertility in Israel.” European Journal of Population 12(1): 1-25.

  • For a more recent update, see Bystrov, Evgenia (2016). “Religiosity, nationalism and fertility among Jews in Israel revisited.” Acta Sociologica 59(2): 171-186.

Adsera, Alicia (2012). “Fertility, Feminism and Faith: The Influence of Secularism and Economic Conditions,” in Eric Kaufmann and W. Bradford Wilcox, eds. Whither the Child? Causes and Consequences of Low Fertility (Boulder, CO: Paradigm Press).

Cincotta, Richard (2011). “Africa’s Reluctant Fertility Transition,” Current History 110(736): 184-190.

Fargues, Philippe (2000) “Protracted national conflict and fertility change: Palestinians and Israelis in the twentieth century.” Population and Development Review 26(3): 441-482.

Kanaaneh, Rhoda A. (2002). Birthing the Nation: strategies of Palestinian women in Israel (Berkeley: University of California Press).

King, Leslie (2002). “Demographic trends, pronatalism, and nationalist ideologies in the late twentieth century.” Ethnic and Racial Studies 25(3): 367-389.

Essay Question

  • What are the main forms of demographic engineering, and how do they differ? Answer with respect to several case studies.

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