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|Additional Physical Format:||Online version:
Social conflicts and collective identities.
Lanham, MD : Rowman & Littlefield Publishers, ©2000
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Patrick G Coy; Lynne M Woehrle
|ISBN:||0742500500 9780742500501 0742500519 9780742500518|
|Description:||x, 218 pages : maps ; 24 cm|
|Contents:||Racial discourse and enemy construction: justifying the internment "solution" to the "Japanese problem" during World War II / Gina Petonito --
Emotional actor: foreign policy decision making in the 1982 Falklands/Malvinas War / Nora Femenia --
David versus Goliath: the big power of small states / Ross A. Klein --
Conflict and children: integrated education in the segregated society of Northern Ireland / Sean Byrne --
Who do they say we are? Framing social identity and gender in church conflict / Celia Cook-Huffman --
Fighting among friends: the Quaker separation of 1827 / Verna M. Cavey --
Identity politics and environmental conflict dynamics: a reexamination of the negotiated rulemaking process / Brian Polkinghorn --
Rediscovering Memorial Day: politics, patriotism, and gender / Christine Wagner --
Swimming against the tide: peace movement recruitment in an abeyance environment / Richard Kendrick.
|Responsibility:||edited by Patrick G. Coy and Lynne M. Woehrle.|
By examining a highly varied set of social conflicts, the authors demonstrate the many important ways collective identities affect but also are shaped by the escalation and de-escalation of