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Peace education in conflict and post-conflict societies : comparative perspectives

Publisher: Basingstoke : Palgrave Macmillan, 2009.
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This collection of peace education efforts in conflict and post-conflict societies brings together an international group of scholars to offer the very latest theoretical and pedagogical  Read more...


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Document Type: Book
ISBN: 9780230608429 0230608426
OCLC Number: 762419266
Notes: Notes bibliogr.
Description: 1 vol. (VII-274 p.) ; 22 cm
Contents: Introduction; C.McGlynn PART I: APPROACHES TO PEACE EDUCATION: COMPARATIVE LESSONS Introduction to PART I; T.Gallagher Negotiating Cultural Difference in Divided Societies: An Analysis of Approaches to Integrated Education in Northern Ireland; C.McGlynn Grassroots Voices of Hope: Educators' and Students' Perspectives on Educating for Peace in Post-conflict Burundi; E.Ndura The Emergence of Human Rights Eamidst Ethnic Conflict in the Dominican Republic; M.Bajaj & C.Valera From Conflict Society to Learning Society: Lessons from the Peace Process in Northern Ireland; P.Nolan Peace, Reconciliation and Justice: Delivering the Miracle in Post-apartheid Education; P.Christie PART II: PEACE EDUCATION AND CONTACT Introduction to PART II; Z.Bekerman Social Context and Contact Hypothesis: Perceptions and Experiences of a Contact Programme for 10-11 Year Old Children in the Republic of Macedonia; A.Tomovska 'Smoking Doesn't Kill, It Unites!': Cultural Meanings and Practices of 'Mixing' at the Gymnasium Mostar, Bosnia and Herzegovina; A.Hromadzic The Cultural Psychology of American-based Coexistence Programs for Israeli and Palestinian Youth; P.L.Hammack Towards the Development of a Theoretical Framework for Peace Education Using the Contact Hypothesis and Multiculturalism; U.Niens Promoting Reconciliation Through Community Relations Work: A Comparison Among Young People in Belfast, Northern Ireland and Vukovar, Croatia; A.Kosic & J.Senehi PART III: CURRICULUM AND PEDAGOGY Introduction to PART III; M.Zembylas Inventing Spaces for Critical Emotional Praxis: The Pedagogical Challenges of Reconciliation and Peace; M.Zembylas Arab and Jewish Students' Participatory Action Research at the University of Haifa: A Model for Peace Education; T.Zelniker , R.Hertz-Lazarowitz , H.Peretz , F.Azaiza , & R.Sharabany Deliberative History Classes for a Post-conflict Society. Theoretical Development and Practical Implication Through International Education in United World College in Bosnia and Herzegovina; P.Torsti & S.Ahonen 'Yeah, It Is Important to Know Arabic- I Just Don't Like Learning It': Can Jews Become Bilingual in the Palestinian Jewish Integrated Bilingual Schools?; Z.Bekerman Teacher Preparation for Peace Education in South Africa and USA: Maintaining Commitment, Courage and Compassion; C.C.Carter & S.Vandeyar
Responsibility: edited by Claire McGlynn ... [et al.].
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