Stanton, Jr., Samuel S.

Samuel S. Stanton, Jr., is Assistant Professor of Humanities and Political Science, Grove City College. He obtained his Ph.D. in Political Science from Texas Tech University.

How Environmental Scarcity Contributes to Conflict: Statistical and Case Studies, 1985-2000
2010 0-7734-3868-8
This work examines the effect of renewable natural resource scarcity on ethnic conflict. Determining how renewable natural resource scarcity affects ethnic conflict requires multiple levels of inquiry. First, is there a relationship between renewable natural resource scarcity and ethnic conflict? Second, if this relationship exists how do scarcities translate into ethnic conflict? Third, does the framework established have evidentiary support in particular cases that can be considered?

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