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Community, diversity, and difference : implications for peace

Author: Alison Bailey
Publisher: Amsterdam [u.a.] : Rodopi, 2002.
Series: Value inquiry book series, 127.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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"This book has its philosophical starting point in the idea that group-based social movements have positive implications for peace politics. It explores ways of imagining community, nation, and international systems through a political lens that is attentive to diversity and different lived experiences. Contributors suggest how groups might work toward new nonviolent conceptions and experiences of diverse  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Aufsatzsammlung
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Alison Bailey
ISBN: 9042012404 9789042012400 9042012501 9789042012509
OCLC Number: 249064068
Description: XIV, 380 S.
Contents: Reflections on revenge and community: lessons from Seneca's De Ira and Verdi's Rigolotto / Laurence F. Bove --
Reforming communities: a hermeneutic project / Donald Maier --
Dialogue, difference, and the multicultural public sphere / Eduardo Manuel Duarte --
Cyberspace: an effective virtual model for communities / Samuel Oluoch Imbo --
Everybody in the barrio is a nationalist: chicanismo and the limits of the politics of recognition / José-Antonio Orosco --
Normative ambiguity of postmodern concern for difference and diversity: a question for Democrats / Lynda Lange --
A critical communicative politics of recognition / Gilburt Goffstein --
Multiculturalism: toward a new understanding of nationality / James N. Upton and Rebeka L. Maples --
Racism, political power, and democratization / Joseph C. Kunkel --
School desegregation: lessons for peacemaking / Judith Presler --
Diversity and peace: negative and positive forms / William C. Gay --
Mind viruses and the importance of cultural diversity / Jeffrey Gold and Niall Shanks (Cont.) Transition to democracy and the claims of peace / Howard H. Harriott --
Toward a democratic multiculturalism / Richard T. Peterson --
The possibility of persuasion / Eleanor Wittrup --
Ethnic self-determination and global community / Paula J. Smithka --
Human rights and national sovereignty: "Reconceiving" the international system / Robert Paul Churchill --
Global community and diversity in politics and language / Ronald J. Glossop --
From domestic peace to international peace / Steven Lee --
Unity in diversity as the foundation of world peace / Glen T. Martin.
Series Title: Value inquiry book series, 127.
Responsibility: ed. by Alison Bailey ....

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"This book has its philosophical starting point in the idea that group-based social movements have positive implications for peace politics. It explores ways of imagining community, nation, and international systems through a political lens that is attentive to diversity and different lived experiences. Contributors suggest how groups might work toward new nonviolent conceptions and experiences of diverse communities and global stability."--BOOK JACKET.

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