Critical Issues in Peace and Conflict Studies: Theory, Practice, and Pedagogy (Hardback)Thomas Matyok (author), Jessica Senehi (author), Sean Byrne (author), Ousmane Bakary Ba (author of contributions), Thomas Boudreau (author of contributions), Jason J. Campbell (author of contributions), Paul Cormier (author of contributions), Nathan C. Funk (author of contributions), Johan Galtung (author of contributions), Nancy Hansen (author of contributions)
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Publisher: Lexington Books
Number of pages: 446
Weight: 807 g
Dimensions: 245 x 169 x 32 mm
Thanks to Matyok, Senehi, and Byrne, for giving us a book that challenges and enhances the Western scientific discourses that have begun to dominate the field. By making visible the kinds of violence suffered by those at the margins of society, in their refusal to over-simplify the challenges of violent conflict, by giving voice and visibility to those who work for peace in unexpected places and in unexpected ways, they make an important contribution to the field. This is knowledge that must inform our practice and our pedagogy if we are to meet the challenges of twenty-first century peacemaking. -- Celia Cook-Huffman, Baker Institute for Peace and Conflict Studies, Juniata College
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