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W artykule przeprowadzono analizę pojęcia zabójstwa politycznego (assassination) – jego genezy oraz obecnego rozumienia w literaturze przedmiotu. Przesłanką podjęcia tych zabiegów jest fakt nieostrości tego pojęcia oraz jego naznaczenia negatywnym wartościowaniem moralnym. Na podstawie analizy literatury przedmiotu oraz studiów przypadków skonstruowano autorską definicję regulująco - projektującą pojęcia zabójstwa politycznego.

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przemoc polityczna zabójstwo polityczne analiza pojęć studia przypadków

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