Critical Issues in Peace and Conflict Studies: Theory, Practice, and Pedagogy

Critical Issues in Peace and Conflict Studies: Theory, Practice, and Pedagogy

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Overview

Peace and Conflict Studies (PCS) includes scholars and practitioners throughout the world working in peace studies, conflict analysis and resolution, conflict management, appropriate dispute resolution, and peace and justice studies. They come to the PCS field with a diversity of ideas, approaches, disciplinary roots, and topic areas, which speaks to the complexity, breadth, and depth needed to apply and take account of conflict dynamics and the goal of peace. Yet, a number of key concerns and dilemmas continue to challenge the field. Critical Issues in Peace and Conflict Studies: Theory, Practice, and Pedagogy, edited by Thomas Matyók, Jessica Senehi, and Sean Byrne, is a collection of essays that explores a number of these issues, providing a means by which academics, students, and practitioners can develop various methods to confront the complexity of contemporary conflicts. Critical Issues in Peace and Conflict Studies discusses the emerging field of PCS, and suggests a framework for the future development of the field and the education of its practitioners and academics. The book has a wide audience targeting students at the undergraduate, graduate, and post-graduate levels. It also extends to those working in and leading community conflict resolution efforts as well as humanitarian aid workers.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780739177143
Publisher: Lexington Books
Publication date: 05/10/2012
Edition description: Reprint
Pages: 446
Sales rank: 573,911
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 8.90(h) x 1.10(d)

About the Author

Thomas Matyók is assistant professor in the Conflict Studies and Dispute Resolution program at the University of North Carolina at Greensboro.

Jessica Senehi is associate professor of peace and conflict studies and associate director of the Mauro Centre for Peace and Justice, and co-founder of the doctoral and joint master's programs in peace and conflict studies (PACS) at the University of Manitoba.

Sean Byrne is professor, director, and co-founder of the doctoral and joint master's PACS programs and director of the Arthur V. Mauro Centre for Peace and Justice at St. Paul's College, University of Manitoba.

Table of Contents

Chapter 1 Dedication and Acknowledgements Chapter 2 Biographies of Contributors Chapter 3 Preface Chapter 4 Designing a Way Forward Part 5 Part One: Theory Chapter 6 Chapter One: Peace and Conflict Studies as Political Activity Chapter 7 Chapter Two: When the Killing Begins: An Epistemic Inquiry into Violent Human Conflict, Contested Truths and Multiplex Methodology Chapter 8 Chapter Three: Post-Intervention Stability of Civil War States Chapter 9 Chapter Four: The Social Cube Analytical Model and Protracted Ethnoterritorial Conflicts Chapter 10 Chapter Five: Ethnic Genocide, Trauma, Healing, and Recovery: The Case of Identity Ruptures and Restoration amongst Bosnian Refugees Chapter 11 Chapter Six: Disability and Conflict: Untold Stories from the North of Ireland Chapter 12 Chapter Seven: Emancipatory Peacebuilding: Critical Responses to (Neo)Liberal Trends Part 13 Part Two: Practice Chapter 14 Chapter Eight: Ripeness, Readiness, and Grief in Conflict Analysis Chapter 15 Chapter Nine: Children, Youth, and Peacebuilding Chapter 16 Chapter Ten: Developing Refugee Peacebuilding Capacity: Women in Exile on the Thai/Burmese Border Chapter 17 Chapter Eleven: Relationships with Human and Non-Human Species and How They Apply towards Peace Building and Leadership in Indigenous Societies Chapter 18 Chapter Twelve: Why on Earth? Junctures between Peace and the Environment Chapter 19 Chapter Thirteen: Indigenous Processes of Conflict Resolution: Neglected Methods of Peacemaking by the New Field of Conflict Resolution Chapter 20 Chapter Fourteen: "The Problem from Hell": Examining the Role of Peace and Conflict Studies for Genocide Intervention and Prevention Part 21 Part Three: Pedagogy Chapter 22 Chapter Fifteen: Peace and Conflict Studies: Reclaiming our Roots and Designing Our Way Forward Chapter 23 Chapter Sixteen: Narrative in the Teaching and Practice of Conflict Analysis, Transformation, and Peacebuilding Chapter 24 Chapter Seventeen: Community Engagement in Peace and Conflict Studies: Connecting and Advancing Pedagogy, Research, and Practice Chapter 25 Chapter Eighteen: Religion and Peace and Conflict Studies Chapter 26 Chapter Nineteen: Milestones on a Journey in Peace and Conflict Studies Part 27 Conclusions Chapter 28 Chapter Twenty: Where Do We Go From Here? Chapter 29 Index

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