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Forgiveness and reconciliation : psychological pathways to conflict transformation and peace building

Author: Ani Kalayjian; Raymond F Paloutzian
Publisher: New York : Springer-Verlag, ©2009.
Series: Peace psychology book series.
Edition/Format:   eBook : Document : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Forgiveness and Reconciliation addresses the need for individuals, couples, families, and communities to move beyond the negative effects of trauma. This volume identifies the central issues related  Read more...

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Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Ani Kalayjian; Raymond F Paloutzian
ISBN: 9781441901811 1441901817 9781441901804 1441901809
OCLC Number: 932631582
Description: 1 online resource (1 v.).
Contents: - The Role of Forgiveness in Human Affiars: Integrative Themes.- An Integrative, Systemic Framework for Forgiveness and Reconciliation.- Forgiveness Ethics and the Views of Five World Religions.- The Bullet and the Disease: The Psychology of Meaning in Forgiveness-Nonforgiveness.- Mending Tears in the Social Fabric via Reconciliation and Forgiveness.- Changing Childhood Trauma into Forgiveness.- The Alternative of Dialogic Intelligence in Trauma Therapy.- Promoting Forgiveness Through Restorative Conferencing.- Forgiveness on a Deeper Leel: Healing Trans-Generational Trauma.- A Black Perspective on Interractial and Interethnic Forgiveness in the U.S.- The India-Pakistan Partition: Sequaelae of Unresolved Political Conflicts and their Resolution.- Forgiveness and Reconciliation in Unresolved Conflicts: The Case of Darfur.- The Meaning of Forgive when the Trauma Continues: A Case Study from Armenia.- Repentance and Forgiveness, Pillars of Genuine Reconciliation -- A View from Rwanda.- Forgiveness in Unresolved and Denied Mass Trauma.- An International Perspective: Teaching Forgiveness and Building Peace in Divided Societies.- Political Forgiveness and International Affairs.- Dialogue Processes at the Intergroup Level.- Forgiveness: An Idea Whose Time Has Come.
Series Title: Peace psychology book series.
Responsibility: [editors] Ani Kalayjian, Raymond F. Paloutzian.

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