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Genocide education in Cambodia: local initiatives, global connections

Khamboly Dy
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of the Dissertation .............................................................................................. i Acknowledgements .......................................................................................................... iv List of Acronyms ............................................................................................................. xii Chapter One: Introduction: Rationales and Theoretical Frameworks ........................1 Rationales of the Study .....................................................................................................1 Thesis Statement and Questions .......................................................................................7 Theoretical frameworks ....................................................................................................9 Theory of Globalization ................................................................................................9 Theory of Vernacularization .......................................................................................10 Terminology ...................................................................................................................11 What is Genocide? ......................................................................................................12 Genocide Education ....................................................................................................18 Global Genocide Education ........................................................................................20 Local Genocide Education Initiatives .........................................................................22 Research Design and Methodology ................................................................................23 Qualitative Study .........................................................................................................23 Desk Research .............................................................................................................24 Archival Research .......................................................................................................24 Classroom Observations ..............................................................................................25 Risk Assessments and Risk Control ............................................................................26 Organization of the Dissertation .....................................................................................27 Chapter Two: Global Genocide Education and Vernacularization ............................30 The Developments of Holocaust Education ...................................................................30 The Slow Revival ........................................................................................................32 Holocaust Centrality ....................................................................................................37 Holocaust Universalization .........................................................................................42 Global Genocide Education Values Packages ................................................................51 Genocide Prevention: 'Never Again' ...........................................................................52 Collective Memory ......................................................................................................53 Universal Human Rights .............................................................................................55 Vernacularization: Local Adoptions of the Global Practices .........................................57 Rwanda Case ...............................................................................................................58 South Africa Case ........................................................................................................65 Conclusion ......................................................................................................................68 Chapter Three: The Politics of Teaching Cambodian Genocide in Its Aftermath ....72 Historical, Political and Social Background of the PRK Regime ..................................73 Background of Cambodian Education System ...............................................................83 Rehabilitating the Education System after the Genocide ...............................................85

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