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by Linda Rennie Forcey

Peace: Meanings, Politics, Strategies download ebook
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0275928349
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978-0275928346
Author:
Linda Rennie Forcey
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Praeger (October 11, 1989)
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242 pages
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Peace: Meanings, Politics, Strategies. By Linda Rennie Forcey. This book explores the meanings of peace, including political approaches and strategies for better understanding and change from a wide range of ideological and philosophical perspectives

Peace: Meanings, Politics, Strategies. Peace: Meanings, Politics, Strategies. This book explores the meanings of peace, including political approaches and strategies for better understanding and change from a wide range of ideological and philosophical perspectives. The chapters, by scholars of sociology, history, psychology, political science, and several interdisciplinary fields, pose challenging philosophical, ideological and pedagogical questions. The contributors encourage active thought about the complex interrelationship of the personal and systemic dimensions of peace.

Linda Forcey writes in her introduction to this important new book that more than forty years have passed since Albert Einstein prophesied unparalleled catastrophe were we not to change our modes of thinking. Learning how we should go about this is peace studies. This book explores the meanings of peace, including political approaches and strategies for better understanding and change from a wide range of ideological and philosophical perspectives

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Peace : Meanings, Politics, Strategies. This button opens a dialog that displays additional images for this product with the option to zoom in or out. Tell us if something is incorrect. The chapters, by scholars of sociology, history, psychology, political science, and several interdisciplinary fields, pose challenging philosophical, ideological, and pedagogical questions.

Linda Rennie Forcey, professor emerita of human development and women’s studies at Binghamton University, is a political scientist by training. with Mar Peter-Raoul and Robert Fredrick Hunter, Jr.

Find nearly any book by Linda Rennie Forcey. by Linda Rennie Forcey, Ian Murray Harris. Get the best deal by comparing prices from over 100,000 booksellers. Peacebuilding for Adolescents: Strategies for Educators and Community Leaders (Adolescent Cultures, School, and Society). ISBN 9780820437453 (978-0-8204-3745-3) Softcover, Peter Lang In. International Academic Publishers, 1999.

In Peace: Meanings, Politics, Strategies, ed. Linda Rennie Forcey, 39-72. Berkeley: University of California Press. Forcey, Linda R. 1987. Mothers of Sons: Toward an Understanding of Responsibility.

Sylvester, Christine. Patriarchy, Peace, and Women Warriors. In Peace: Meanings, Politics, Strategies, ed. Forcey, Linda Rennie. Sylvester, Christine. Riding the Hyphens of Feminism, Peace, and Place in 4-(or More) Part Cacophony. Alternatives 18 (1):109–18. Empathetic Cooperation-A Feminist Method For IR.

To stress the system to the point of eliminating individual behavior and responsibility may well mire us in cyclic determinism. Peace studies cannot afford an either/or approach.

Linda Forcey writes in her introduction to this important new book that more than forty years have passed since Albert Einstein prophesied unparalleled catastrophe were we not to change our modes of thinking. Learning how we should go about this is peace studies. This book explores the meanings of peace, including political approaches and strategies for better understanding and change from a wide range of ideological and philosophical perspectives. The chapters, by scholars of sociology, history, psychology, political science, and several interdisciplinary fields, pose challenging philosophical, ideological, and pedagogical questions. The contributors encourage active thought about the complex interrelationship of the personal and systemic dimensions of peace.

Ideal for interdisciplinary, introductory peace study courses, this volume stimulates thought about the peace process by examining individual behavior and responsibility as well as that of the political and social collective. It challenges the reader into thinking deeply about peace by focusing on the complex interrelationship of its personal and structural dimensions. Although the book is organized into three parts--Meanings, Politics, and Strategies--the themes presented necessarily overlap. As is stated in the introduction, the meanings we give to the process of peace, the politics that govern the ways in which we view the world and our place in it, and the strategies for a better world we choose to pursue are so interrelated as to forestall neat compartmentalization.