Ethnographic Peace Research

Author: Gearoid Millar
Publisher: Springer
ISBN: 3319655639
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This volume calls for an empirical extension of the “local turn” within peace research.

An Ethnographic Approach To Peacebuilding

Author: Gearoid Millar
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 1136011285
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This book aims to outline and promote an ethnographic approach to evaluating international peacebuilding interventions in transitional states.

International Peace Research Newsletter

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German Democratic Republic (Editor's Note: The following article is reprinted
from the Newsletter of the International Union of Anthropological and
Ethnological Sciences Commission on the Study of Peace.) The problem of
Peace and War and Ethnographic Research in the German Democratic Republic
Die to ch Tr e i de , Department of Ethnography Karl Marx U, Schi 11 ers t r asse 6
, 7010 Leipzig Over the past few years the problem of peace and war has
increasingly gained ...

Peace Education In A Conflict Affected Society

Author: Michalinos Zembylas
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
ISBN: 1316558630
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Building on current anthropological approaches, the authors use insights from policy studies and sociolinguistics to examine peace education agendas and the ways these are shaped by the dynamics of local politics and classroom practices.

An Ethnographic Study Of Northern Ghanaian Conflicts

Author: A. K. Awedoba
Publisher: African Books Collective
ISBN: 9988647387
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Acknowledgements This book derives from a research project conducted in the
three northern Regions of Ghana i.e. the Upper East, Upper West and the
Northern Regions between 2006 and 2008. That project was to provide the
necessary information for sustainable peace initiatives. It is in order that we
should acknowledge here the support and commitment of various stakeholders
including the funders of the research, the leaders of the research teams and their
assistants, the ...


Author: Parvis Ghassem-Fachandi
Publisher: Berg
ISBN: 1847886256
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Krohn-Hansen, C. (1997), “The Anthropology and Ethnography of Political
Violence,” Journal of Peace Research, 34(2): 233–40. Malkki, L. (1995), Purity
and Exile: Violence, Memory and National Cosmology Among Hutu Refugees in
Tanzania, Chicago: University of Chicago Press. Mamdani, M. (2001), When
Victims Become Killers: Colonialism, Nativism, and the Genocide in Rwanda,
Princeton: Princeton University Press. Martin, E. (2007), “Violence, Language,
and Everyday Life,” ...

Ulster Loyalism After The Good Friday Agreement

Author: J. McAuley
Publisher: Springer
ISBN: 0230305830
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through minute, detailed observations, in the form of some sort of ethnographic
diary, made possible by close contact with native life. 3. Acollectionof
ethnographic statements, characteristic narratives, typical utterances, items of
folklore and magical formulae has to be given as a corpus inscriptionum, as
documents of native mentality. In all ofourwork, weadhered totheprinciples of
both peace researchandthe rigorous methods tried and tested bysuccessive
generations of ethnographers ...

Expanding American Anthropology 1945 1980

Author: Alice Beck Kehoe
Publisher: University of Alabama Press
ISBN: 0817356886
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Some anthropologists who lived in communities actively maintaining peace, such
as Quaker, Semai, or Zapotec, or who were drawn to observing methods of
peace maintenance per se, rather than looking for “conflict resolution,” during the
1980s sought to promote ethnographic and analytical research focusing on
peace as a positive dynamic “thing.” This recognition of the reality and power of
peace mechanisms in societies, important to study, is similar to evolutionary
biologists' ...

Peace Research

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The lesson to be learned is the danger of unreflective, self-serving, ethnocentric
science, oblivious of its role in the larger schemes of dominance and economic
control, and uncaring about the welfare of the people it studies. Contemporary
cross-cultural psychologists need to understand how we might be akin to
DeGerando, and how we must disavow this sort of science and cleanse
ourselves if we can. NOTES 1 . W. H. Goodenough, "Ethnographic field
techniques," in H. C. Triandis ...

Israeli Palestinian Activism

Author: Alexander Koensler
Publisher: Ashgate Publishing, Ltd.
ISBN: 1472439473
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Rather than focusing on the protest wave itself, I will consider the New Year's
party at the Eco-Peace Center in order to reflect on the main question dealt with
in this part: How to imagine the political articulation of dispersed or colonised
subjects? The investigation of this situation leads me to think about 'dispersed
subjects' by drawing on Bakhtin's concept of 'heteroglossia'. This allows to
capture the ethnographic richness of relationships as opposed to the major
research strands in ...