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Does more (or less) lead to violence? Application of the relative deprivation hypothesis on economic inequality-induced conflicts
Croatian International Relations Review
This article employs the relative deprivation theory in order to explain the formation of violent conflicts induced by an increase in economic inequality. By using the frustration-aggression hypothesis, the author attempts to illustrate how the rise in inequality, caused by changed economic structure, can be transformed into violence, often accompanied by material and human casualties. In addition to the theoretical framework, the article relies on empirical studies carried out by usingdoi:10.2478/cirr-2013-0003 fatcat:arnocd5qu5em7jelvi3ac4sp74