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Communicating differences : culture, media, peace and conflict negotiation

Author: Sudeshna Roy; Ibrahim Seaga Shaw
Publisher: Houndmills, Basingstoke, Hampshire ; New York, NY : Macmillan Publishers, 2016. ©2016
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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In today's global world, it is imperative for individuals and groups with diverse backgrounds, values and beliefs, situated in a variety of cultural, political, economic and institutional structures, to grapple with ideas of diversity, difference and multi-culturalism. The ways in which these fundamental issues are debated in today's society helps pave the path towards a more inclusive, culturally conscious worlthat  Read more...
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Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Sudeshna Roy; Ibrahim Seaga Shaw
ISBN: 9781137499257 1137499257
OCLC Number: 913957525
Description: xvi, 282 pages ; 23 cm
Contents: 1. Introduction - Communicating differences: Toward breaking the boundaries for peace and conflict research in communication / Sudeshna Roy and Ibrahim Seaga Shaw --
Part I: From macro to micro - Intercultural communication at the heart of conflict negotiation --
An intercultural peacebuilding framework: Extending the conversation through a focus on connections / Mary Jane Collier --
Reporting the Lee Rigby murder and anti-Muslim hostilities in the UK in 2013: The cultural clash communication and human wrongs journalism nexus / Ibrahim Seaga Shaw --
Peacebuilding through dialogue in Northern Ireland / John S. Caputo --
Ethnic conflicts and Deleuzo-Guattarian rhizomes of cultural affirmation / Mariam Betlemidze --
Part II: From local to global: Mediated identities in conflicted cultures --
What's in a name?: Examining representation of Indian ethnicities in Bollywood movies in the new millennium / Sudeshna Roy --
The Mediterranean clandestine: A friend or a foe? / Julia Khrebtan-Hörhager --
Peace or conflict maker: The role of news media in South Korea's multicultural society / MiSun Lee and Jinbong Choi --
The construction of human rights in US and Chinese philosophical discourse / Yanqin Liu --
Part III: From deconstruction to reconstruction: Rebooting frameworks of education on culture, conflict, and peace --
Narrative, decolonial education, and societal transformation / Patrick Belanger --
Pakistani cultural characteristics: Updated VSM scores and facework geared towards increasing women's access to education / Rebecca Merkin --
Constructing Frostburg's 'cooler' future: Sustaining campus and community through a dialogue series in an Appalachian college town / Elesha L. Ruminski --
Jewish-Muslim women's leadership initiative: A program for peaceful dialogue / Jing Lin, Sachi Edwards, and Sahar Khamis --
Part IV: From singular/static to multiple/dynamic: Creative and alternative communication approaches to conflict negotiation and social change --
Differing and disparate arguments about gender roles: Creating peace through talking about threats and relational dialectics / Garry Bailey --
Ordinary grocery shopping for promoting peace and justice: Global impacts of being a conscientious shopper / Max Saito --
Promoting peace through songs: Peace activism during the Afghan conflict / Roshan Noorzai and Claudia L. Hale --
Peacebuilding through interfaith dialogue: The role of faith-based NGOs / Nur Uysal.
Responsibility: edited by Sudeshna Roy, Stephen F. Austin State University, USA and Ibrahim Seaga Shaw, Northumbria University, UK.
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This volume captures the essence of how we communicate differences in relationships, between and across cultures, in organizations, through education and in moments of local and global conflict and  Read more...

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