The Psychology Of Peacekeeping by Harvey J. LangholtzThe Psychology Of Peacekeeping by Harvey J. Langholtz

The Psychology Of Peacekeeping

EditorHarvey J. Langholtz

Hardcover | August 1, 1998

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Langholtz examines how psychology and other social sciences can offer both theoretical explanations and practical applications in the resolution and amelioration of potentially violent international conflicts. Since the end of the Cold War and bipolar ideologies, the international community has been willing to intervene using approaches that are founded as much in psychology as in force and these remedies have not been confined to the violent periods of conflicts. This book examines psychological interventions and issues during three phases of conflicts. First, the book examines measures available in advance of a threatening conflict through early intervention and an examination of ethnopolitical issues, economic problems, and potential diplomatic solutions. Second, psychological facets of peacekeeping are examined: the selection of peacekeepers, psychological ambiguities of peacekeeping, and the numbing that comes with widespread suffering. Finally the book examines the psychological measures available to strengthen a cease-fire, deal with mines and related after-effects of war, encourage reconciliation, and hasten the return to a stable and durable peace.
Title:The Psychology Of PeacekeepingFormat:HardcoverDimensions:280 pages, 9.63 × 6.38 × 1.06 inPublished:August 1, 1998Publisher:Praeger PublishersLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:0275962326

ISBN - 13:9780275962326

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?The Psychology of Peacekeeping contains a number of potentially useful ideas and concepts that range from the parties listening to one another to applying lessons from experience to contributions to increased trust and to less mistrust between them.??Contemporary Psychology