The Territorial Management of Ethnic Conflict

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1.1 A Typology of Relationships between Ethnic Groups and Ethnic Territories: Four Models 9
1.2 Distribution of Politicized Minorities by Degree of Cohesiveness and Degree of Territorial Concentration, 1999 17
2.1 Dominant Languages in Selected Hierarchies 29
2.2 Canada: Mother Tongue and Home Language by Province, 1991 32
2.3 Canada: Language Retention by Province, 1991 32
2.4 Canada: Mother Tongue Endogamy by Province, 1991 33
2.5 Canada: Prediction of Use of English as Respondent's Home Language by Region, 1981 34
2.6 English Canada: Prediction of Home Language on Basis of Spouse's Mother Tongue by Region, 1981 36
3.1 Northern Ireland and Republic of Ireland: Religious Composition, 1911-91 50
4.1 Belgium: Linguistic Composition by Region, 1947 76
4.2 Belgium: Evolution of Gross Domestic Product and Gross Regional Product, 1955-98 81
4.3 Belgium: Demographic Evolution by Region, 1947-2001 82
5.1 South Africa: Main Ethnic Groups in the Bantustans, c. 1976 102
5.2 South Africa: Main Language Groups by Province, 1996 111
6.1 Israel, Jerusalem and West Bank-Gaza Territories: Ethnic Composition, 2000 122
7.1 Pakistan: Mother Language by Province, 1998 147
7.2 Pakistan: Domicile of Officers in the Federal Bureaucracy, 1973-86 162
7.3 Pakistan: Domicile of Officers of Secretariat Group, 1989-2001 162
7.4 Pakistan: Domicile of Senior Executives in Public Corporations, 1974-83 163
7.5 Pakistan: District Population and Predominant Languages, 1998 167
8.1 Sri Lanka: Ethnic Composition, 1981 174

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