Authors

Benjamin E. Hazen '20, Gettysburg College

Document Type

Student Research Paper

Date of Creation

Spring 2017

Department

Political Science

Abstract

This essay explores the relationship between religious variance within a single faith and the frequency of intra-state conflict. Specifically, an emphasis is placed on Sunni and Shia conflict within the overarching umbrella of Islam. Utilizing the most recent empirical data in conjunction with other scholarly research, it can be hypothesized that the more diverse a state is within a single subset of one particular religion, the more frequent the incidence of intra-state conflict is as well.

Comments

Written for POL 103: Intro International Relations.

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