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As painful as it may be to consider and as difficult as it may be to teach, genocide is an important subject for students to learn about in school if they are to become informed world citizens.
The only database specifically devoted to genocide, Modern Genocide: Understanding Causes and Consequences covers 10 modern genocides in depth, providing definitive expertise on this delicate topic that may be used as a springboard for discussion of human and civil rights. It enables students to fully grasp the events of the genocides and the factors that led to them, showing readers repeating patterns in history and giving them the agency to work to diminish hatred that could lead to future genocides.
Awards2013 EDDIE Award Winner - Best High School Social Studies Website—ComputEd Gazette, October 2, 2013
2014 Best Social Studies Website—ComputED Best Educational Software Awards (BESSIES), April 25, 2014
2014 CODiE Award Finalist - Best Education Reference Solution — SIIA—SIIA CODiE Award, May 14, 2014
2017 Best Social Studies Website—ComputEd Gazette, July 1, 2017
2017 CODiE Award Winner - Best Social Sciences Instructional Solution—SIIA, July 28, 2017
2018 Gold Award—Modern Library Awards, January 23, 2018
2018 Best Online Educational Resource—ComputED Best Educational Software Awards (BESSIES), April 1, 2018
2018 Best Social Studies Website—ComputED Best Educational Software Awards (BESSIES), April 1, 2018
2019 Best Social Studies Website—ComputED Best Educational Software Awards (BESSIES), April 8, 2019
Reviews"This comprehensive resource brings students and teachers beautifully designed, informative, and well-researched information about 10 genocides. The organization, as well as the depth, breadth, and scope of the information, is exceptional. . . . Highly recommended."—Library Media Connection, May 1, 2013
"The uncluttered layout and modern design make it easy to access the content. Users can simply select from a list of topics ('Explore a Genocide') or use the 'Analyze' link to find articles summarizing major topics within each genocide. There are also advanced search options. The 'Analyze' option poses a question (such as 'Did the United States and most other Western countries turn a blind eye to Indonesian atrocities in East Timor from 1975 onwards?'), followed by a brief essay. The sidebar in this section links to essays offering different perspectives as well as a conclusion."—Booklist, April 1, 2013
"This content and the arrangement and means of accessing it combine to create a stunning product."—Library Journal, April 1, 2013
|Herero Genocide (1904–1907)
• Herero Genocide
|East Timor Genocide (1975–1999)
• East Timor Genocide
|Bosnian Genocide (1992–1995)
• Bosnian Genocide
|Armenian Genocide (1915–1923)
• Armenian Genocide
|Guatemalan Genocide (1981–1983)
• Guatemalan Genocide
|Rwandan Genocide (1994)
• Rwandan Genocide
|Kurdish Genocide (1986–1989)
• Kurdish Genocide
|Darfur Genocide (2003–Present)|
• Darfur Genocide
|Cambodian Genocide (1975–1979)
• Cambodian Genocide
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