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From identity-based conflict to identity-based cooperation : the ARIA approach in theory and practice

Author: Jay Rothman
Publisher: New York, NY : Springer, ©2012.
Series: Peace psychology book series.
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Identity-based conflicts are the deepest and often most destructive form of conflict. In these conflicts people's very sense of self is challenged, disrespected and undermined by others in cyclical and reinforcing ways. The authors in From Identity-Based Conflict to Identity-Based Cooperation take up the challenge of creatively engaging these conflicts and transforming them into shared purpose and joint action. In  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
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Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Jay Rothman
ISBN: 9781461436799 1461436796
OCLC Number: 822967066
Description: 1 online resource (xix, 212 p.)
Contents: IDENTITY-BASED CONFLICT ENGAGEMENT --
Engaging the Painful Past and Forging a Promising Future / Jay Rothman --
The Power of Why / Victor J. Friedman, Jay Rothman, Bill Withers --
Intrapersonal and Interpersonal ARIA Process / Jay Rothman, Donna Chrobot-Mason --
Experimenting with ARIA Globally: Best Practices and Lessons Learned / Edward Kaufman, John Davies, Harita Patel --
From Antagonism to Resonance: Some Methodological Insights and Dilemmas / Ahmed Badawi, Brandon Sipes, Michael Sternberg --
Building Local Capacity in Eastern Europe / Mariska Kappmeier, Alexander Redlich, Evgeniya Gina Knyazev --
IDENTITY-BASED COOPERATION --
Action Evaluation in Theory and Practice / Jay Rothman --
Fostering Cooperation While Engaging Conflict: An Inter-communal Case Study / Daniella Arieli, Victor J. Friedman, Evgeniya Gina Knyazev --
Engaging Conflict While Fostering Cooperation: An Organizational Case Study / Michael J. Urick, Vaughn Crandall --
Embedding Action Evaluation in an Interfaith Program for Youth / Sharon Miller, Jay Rothman, Beth Ciaravolo, Sarah Haney PhD Candidate --
Applying Action Evaluation on a Large Scale: Cincinnati Police-Community Relations Collaborative - Successes, Failures and Lessons Learned / Jay Rothman.
Series Title: Peace psychology book series.
Responsibility: Jay Rothman, editor.
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This book explores a specific field tested model for identity-based conflict, showing how it enhances and develops identity to promote creative collaboration between individuals, groups and systems.  Read more...

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