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Perspectives on Nuclear War and Peace Education (Hardback)
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Perspectives on Nuclear War and Peace Education (Hardback)

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Hardback 249 Pages / Published: 22/09/1987
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This work provides an organized collection of views on nuclear war education, a topic of great current concern. It grew out of the 1986 Conference on Nuclear War Education sponsored by George Mason University. The contributors represent the full spectrum of academic disciplines from the humanities to the sciences. Through this diverse collection of essays, the editor has tried to elucidate the important themes which underlie this curriculum.

Publisher: ABC-CLIO
ISBN: 9780313255045
Number of pages: 249
Weight: 534 g
Dimensions: 234 x 156 x 15 mm


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." . . In conclusion, the book's diverse articles are individually worthwhile. It should have more appeal to teachers and practitioners than to students and the general public. Any lack of extensive statistical analysis is made up for in its cook-book' approach for educators wishing a starting point for personal study or course development. The bibliography is well done and the book is written in clear and concise language. In summary, this book deserves to be widely read by those interested in the task of teaching peace education, especially as it relates to nuclear war."-International Journal on World Peace
." . . The bibliography is well done and the book is written in clear and concise language. In summary, this book deserves to be widely read by those interested in the task of teaching peace education, especially as it relates to nuclear war."-International Journal on World Peace
?. . . The bibliography is well done and the book is written in clear and concise language. In summary, this book deserves to be widely read by those interested in the task of teaching peace education, especially as it relates to nuclear war.?-International Journal on World Peace
?. . . In conclusion, the book's diverse articles are individually worthwhile. It should have more appeal to teachers and practitioners than to students and the general public. Any lack of extensive statistical analysis is made up for in its cook-book' approach for educators wishing a starting point for personal study or course development. The bibliography is well done and the book is written in clear and concise language. In summary, this book deserves to be widely read by those interested in the task of teaching peace education, especially as it relates to nuclear war.?-International Journal on World Peace

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