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Online Peace Psychology Text - Peace, Conflict and Violence: Peace Psychology for the 21st Century

cover of book Instructors may be quite interested to know that a full textbook exploring Peace Psychology is available for download as a series of pdfs from the website of one of the editors (Daniel Christie). The details are provided below:

Christie, D. J., Wagner, R. V., & Winter, D. A. (Eds.). (2001). Peace, Conflict, and Violence: Peace Psychology for the 21st Century. Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey: Prentice-Hall.
Note: Copyright reverted to editors (2007). Permission is granted for downloading and copying.

TABLE of CONTENTS

Introduction to Peace Psychology
Daniel J. Christie, Richard V. Wagner, and Deborah Du Nann Winter

SECTION I: DIRECT VIOLENCE
1 Intimate Violence - by Naomi Abrahams
2 Anti-Gay/Lesbian Violence in the United States by Bianca Cody Murphy
3 Intrastate Violence by Ulrike Niens and Ed Cairns
4 Nationalism and War: A Social-Psychological Perspective by Daniel Druckman
5 Integrative Complexity & Political Decisions that Lead to War or Peace by Lucian Gideon Conway III, Peter Suedfeld, and Philip E. Tetlock
6 Genocide and Mass Killing: Their Roots and Prevention by Ervin Staub
7 Weapons of Mass Descruction by Michael Britton

SECTION II: STRUCTURAL VIOLENCE
8 Social Injustice by Susan Opotow
9 The War Close to Home: Children and Violence in the United States by Kathleen Kostelny and James Garbarino
10 Children and Structural Violence by Milton Schwebel and Daniel J. Christie
11 Women, Girls, and Structural Violence: A Global Analysis by Dyan Mazurana and Susan McKay
12 Understanding Militarism: Money, Masculinity, and the Search for the Mystical by Deborah Du Nann Winter, Marc Pilisuk, Sara Houck, and Matthew Lee
13 Globalism and Structural Violence by Marc Pilisuk
14 Human Rights Violations as Structural Violence by M. Brinton Lykes

SECTION III: PEACEMAKING
15 U.N. Peacekeeping: Confronting the Psychological Environment of War in the Twenty-first Century by Harvey J. Langholtz and Peter Leentjes
16 The Cultural Context of Peacemaking by Paul B. Pedersen
17 Conflict Resolution: Theoretical and Practical Issues by Ann Sanson and Di Bretherton
18 Crafting Peace: Psychology of the TRANSCEND Approach by Johan Galtung and Finn Tschudi
19 Introducing Cooperation and Conflict Resolution into Schools: A Systems Approach by Peter Coleman and Morton Deutsch
20 Reducing Trauma During Ethno-Political Conflict: A Personal Account of Psycho-social Work under War Conditions in Bosnia by Inger Agger
21 Reconciliation in Divided Societies by Cheryl de la Rey
22 Psychosocial Interventions and Post-War Reconstruction in Angola: Interweaving Western and Traditional Approaches by Michael Wessells and Carlinda Monteiro

SECTION IV: PEACEBUILDING: APPROACHES TO SOCIAL JUSTICE
23 Toward a Psychology of Structural Peacebuilding by Cristina Jayme Montiel
24 Psychologies for Liberation: Views from Elsewhere by Andy Dawes
25 Gandhi as Peacebuilder: The Social Psychology of Satyagraha by Daniel M. Mayton II
26 Peacebuilding and Nonviolence: Gandhis Perspective on Power by Manfred B. Steger
27 Giving Voice to Childrens Perspectives on Peace by Ilse Hakvoort and Solveig Hgglund
28 Redressing Structural Violence against Children: Empowerment-based Interventions and Research by Linda Webster and Douglas B. Perkins
29 Gendering Peacebuilding by Susan McKay and Dyan Mazurana
30 Psychologists Making a Difference in the Public Arena: Building Cultures of Peace by Michael Wessells, Milton Schwebel, and Anne Anderson

Conclusion: Peace Psychology for the Twenty-first Century by Deborah Du Nann Winter, Daniel J. Christie, Richard V. Wagner, and Laura B. Boston

  

Posted by: Bill Warters on 2009 10 17 | Filed under Learning Objects  

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