The Normality Of Civil War: Armed Groups And Everyday Life In Angola by Teresa Koloma BeckThe Normality Of Civil War: Armed Groups And Everyday Life In Angola by Teresa Koloma Beck

The Normality Of Civil War: Armed Groups And Everyday Life In Angola

byTeresa Koloma Beck

Paperback | February 15, 2013

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In The Normality of Civil War, Teresa Koloma Beck uses theories of the everyday to analyze the social processes of civil war, specifically the type of conflict that is characterized by the expansion of violence into so-called normal life. She looks beyond simplistic notions of victims and perpetrators to reveal the complex shifting interdependencies that emerge during wartime. She also explores  how the process of normalization affects both armed groups and the civilian population. A brief but smart analysis, The Normality of Civil War gets at the root of the social dynamics of war and what lies ahead for the participants after its end.

Teresa Koloma Beck is a fellow of international conflict management at the Willy Brandt School of Public Policy at Erfurt University.
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Title:The Normality Of Civil War: Armed Groups And Everyday Life In AngolaFormat:PaperbackProduct dimensions:150 pages, 8.38 × 5.5 × 0.6 inShipping dimensions:8.38 × 5.5 × 0.6 inPublished:February 15, 2013Publisher:Campus VerlagLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:3593397560

ISBN - 13:9783593397566

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In The Normality of Civil War, Teresa Koloma Beck uses theories of the everyday to analyze the social processes of civil war, specifically the type of conflict that is characterized by the expansion of violence into so-called normal life. She looks beyond simplistic notions of victims and perpetrators to reveal the complex shifting interdependencies that emerge during wartime. She also explores  how the process of normalization affects both armed groups and the civilian population. A brief but smart analysis, The Normality of Civil War gets at the root of the social dynamics of war and what lies ahead for the participants after its end.