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by Sean Byrne,Cynthia L. Irvin

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Author:
Sean Byrne,Cynthia L. Irvin
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978-1565491090
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Kumarian Press (March 2000)
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Teaches ways to prevent and transform conflict Applicable to current crises in the Middle East. has been added to your Cart.

Teaches ways to prevent and transform conflict Applicable to current crises in the Middle East.

Contact us. Reconcilable Differences: Turning Points in Ethnopolitical Conflict. Sean Byrne is professor of peace and conflict studies at the University of Manitoba. ISBN: 978-1-56549-109-0. Cynthia L. Irvin, now deceased, was an expert on political violence and ethnic conflict in Northern Ireland and Basque Country. Ethnopolitical conflicts: causes and theoretical approaches. The Geopolitical Context of Contemporary Ethnopolitical Conflict-J.

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Reconcilable Differences book. Ethnic conflict is at the heart of politics in divided societies. Start by marking Reconcilable Differences: Turning Points in Ethnopolitical Conflict as Want to Read: Want to Read savin. ant to Read.

Reconcilable differences: Turning points in ethnopolitical conflict. External economic aid in ethno-political conflict: a view from Northern Ireland. Kumarian Press, 2000. Civil Wars 5 (1), 55-86, 2002. Security Dialogue 29 (4), 421-434, 1998.

Reconcilable Differences: Turning Points in Ethno political Conflict. This article is mainly concerned with the protracted ethnopolitical conflict within Northern Ireland. West Hartford, CT: Kumarian. Conflict: Human Needs Theory NY: St. Mar tins; Lederach, John Paul. The 1998 Good Friday Agreement may have ended the political violence that has shaken the foundations of Northern Ireland's fragile structures since the late 1960s. The Northern Ireland peace process has need of external economic funding to assist in building the peace dividend.

Mitja Zagar South Africa's national peace accord and Laue's developmental vision for community conflict intervention, George J. McCall and . McCall and Miranda Duncan European integration and Irish disunity?, Paul Dixon Negotiating end games, Cynthia L. Irvin. Personal Name: Byrne, Sean, 1962-. Personal Name: Irvin, Cynthia L. Rubrics: Ethnic relations Political aspects Culture conflict Political violence Conflict management.

The Role of Constructive, Transcultural Storytelling in Ethnopolitical Conflict Transformation in Northern Ireland

West Hartford, CT: Kumarian, 2000. Storytelling to Transform Conflicts Constructively. The Role of Constructive, Transcultural Storytelling in Ethnopolitical Conflict Transformation in Northern Ireland. New York, NY: Prentice Hall, 2009. Senehi, Jessica, and Sean Byrne. Where Do We Go From Here?

Byrne, . & Irvin, C. (2000). Bloomfield, CT: Kumarian Press.

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Turning Conflict into Profit: A Roadmap for Resolving Personal and Organizational Disputes by Larry Axelrod and Rowland (Roy) Johnson

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* Teaches ways to prevent and transform ethnically-motivated conflict* Applicable to current crises in the Middle East, Eastern Europe, Africa, and Central Asia* Combines a variety of theoretical positions and practical experience on conflict prevention from around the world* Classroom friendly with study questions at the end of each chapterRecently, ethnic conflict has become the focus of social scientists and policy makers worldwide. Multiple interventions must occur at all levels to reduce cultural hostility and transform its nature over time. Reconcilable Differences considers how factors converge to shape the way ethnic conflicts are waged and how peaceful change occurs. In particular, the volume discusses perceptions, structures, and interactions that are contributing to the upsurge of inter-group antagonism, as well as critical mechanisms of the peacebuilding process.The book contributes to our understanding of prolonged ethnopolitical conflicts, making it an invaluable text for policy makers and scholars, as well as undergraduate and graduate students.