Journal of Conflict Resolution • Vol/Iss. 64(2-3) • SAGE • Thousand Oaks, CA • Published In • Pages: 402-431 •
An ethnic group's share of common borders with polygynous neighboring groups will be positively correlated with their risk of intergroup conflict. (409)
Significant and positive for intergroup conflict data taken from the Armed Conflict Location and Event Data (ACLED) (p<0.01); marginally significant and positive for data taken from the Uppsala Conflict Data Program - Georeferenced Event Dataset (UCDP-GED) (p<0.10). Results from both samples were more significant in the expected direction with all controls (ACLED: p<0.001; UCDP-GED: p<0.01).
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