Representations of Peace and Conflict by S. GibsonRepresentations of Peace and Conflict by S. Gibson

Representations of Peace and Conflict

byS. GibsonEditorS. Mollan

Hardcover | October 17, 2012

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This edited volume brings together a series of contributions exploring the socio-cultural and psychological representation of peace and conflict. It ventures into areas of the humanities and social sciences not typically foregrounded in Peace Studies, such psychology, sociology, media studies, cultural studies, history, and geography.
NEIL FERGUSON Department of Psychology, Liverpool Hope University, UK K. NEIL JENKINGS School of Geography, Politics and Sociology, Newcastle University, UK PAULINE KOLLONTAI Faculty of Education & Theology, York St John University, UK ROBERT D. LOWE School of Psychology, University of Central Lancashire, UK ROSS MCGARRY Department of ...
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Title:Representations of Peace and ConflictFormat:HardcoverDimensions:308 pages, 8.5 × 5.51 × 1.06 inPublished:October 17, 2012Publisher:Palgrave MacmillanLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:0230298664

ISBN - 13:9780230298668

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Introduction: Representations of Peace and Conflict; S.Gibson & S.Mollan PART II: PEACE MOVEMENTS AND RESISTANCE Peace Now or Never? Images of Peace in Israel; J.Simons The Return of the 'conchie': Newspaper Representations of Conscientious Objectors and Pacifists in World War II; J.Tulloch What's going on: Anti-war and Pro-war Hits on the Billboard Singles Charts during the Vietnam War Era (1965-1975) and the 'War on Terror' (2001-2010); J.Stewart 'Quakers in khaki': Conscientious Objectors' Resistance to Uniform Clothing in First World War Britain; J.Tynan PART II: MILITARIES AND MILITARIZATION Soldiers' Photographic Representations of Participation in Armed Conflict; R.Woodward & K.N.Jenkings Exploring Representations of the Soldier as Victim: From Northern Ireland to Iraq; R.McGarry & N.Ferguson Supporting the Troops, Serving the Country: Rhetorical Commonplaces in the Representation of Military Service; S.Gibson PART III: PSYCHOLOGICAL DIMENSIONS Make (?) not war! Are the Social Representations of Peace and War Antonyms?; M.Sarrica & J.Wachelke 'Unexpected' and 'inclusive' Social Identities in Intractable Conflict: The Case of Northern Ireland; R.D.Lowe & O.Muldoon PART IV: RELIGIOUS DIMENSIONS Representing 'religious violence': Understanding the Role of Religion as Simplifier and Magnifier of Violent Conflict; L.van Liere The Sacred Icon: Confronting the Anthropocentrism of a Secularized World; P.Kollontai PART V: MEMORY AND MEMORIALIZATION The Representation of Conflict in Modern Memory Work; N.Young War and Peace in the Cloakroom: The Controversy over the Memorial to the Women of World War II; C.Peniston-Bird Representing Apartheid Trauma: The Archive of the TRC Victim Hearings; A.Verdoolaege