- Peace Psychology in Asia198,99 €
- Nonviolence and Peace Psychology89,99 €
- Nonviolence and Peace Psychology: Intrapersonal, Interpersonal, Societal, and World Peace183,99 €
- Handbook on Building Cultures of Peace171,99 €
- Conflict, Interdependence, and Justice105,99 €
- Children and Peace41,99 €
- Children and Peace41,99 €
Using examples from China, India, Indonesia, the Philippines, and elsewhere in the region, chapter authors illuminate the complex social, political, and religious conditions that have fostered war, colonialism, dictatorships, and ethnic strife, and the equally intricate personal and collective psychologies that need to be developed to encourage reconciliation, forgiveness, justice, and community. Peace Psychology in Asia:
- Integrates psychology, history, political science, and local culture into concepts of peace and reconciliation.
- Highlights the indigenous aspects of peace psychology.
- Explains the critical relevance of local culture and history in peace work.
- Blends innovative theoretical material with empirical evidence supporting peace interventions.
- Balances its coverage among local, national, regional, and global contexts.
- Analyzes the potential of Asia as a model for world peace.
As practice-driven as it is intellectually stimulating, Peace Psychology in Asia is vital reading for social and community psychologists, policy analysts, and researchers in psychology and sociology and international studies, including those looking to the region for ideas on peace work in non-Western countries.
- Peace Psychology Book Series
- Verlag: Springer, Berlin
- Artikelnr. des Verlages: 12228935
- Erscheinungstermin: 11. Juni 2009
- Abmessung: 244mm x 164mm x 27mm
- Gewicht: 678g
- ISBN-13: 9781441901422
- ISBN-10: 1441901426
- Artikelnr.: 25932202
Where are we Going? Perspective on Hindu-Muslim Relations in India.-
Political Violence and Peacebuilding in Jammu & Kashmir.-
Peace Psychology of Grassroots Reconciliation: Lessons Learned from 'Baku Bae' Peace Movement.-
Memory for Sale: How Groups 'Distort' their Collective Memory for Reconciliation Purposes and Building Peace.-
Contested Discourses on Violence, Social Justice and Peacebuiding among Indonesian Muslims.-
Interreligious Harmony and Peacebuilding in Indonesian Islamic Education.-
The Future of Malay-Chinese Relation in Malaysia.-
A Positioning Analysis of Moro Women's Participation During and After The MNLF-GRP War.-
Human-Technology Interface in Philippine People Power.-
Forgiveness for Conflict Resolution in Asia: Its Compatibility with Justice and Social Control.-
Toward Reconciliation of Historical Conflict between Japan and China: Design Science for Peace in Asia.-
Is the Third Way Possible for Peace? The Dilemma of National Identity in Taiwan and Beyond.-
Income Gap, Materialism and Attitude towards the Rich in China.-
How Asia Can Contribute to World Peace Psychology: Creating a Dignified and Peaceful World by Employing Unity in Diversity.-
The Future of Peace Psychology in Asia.