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Everyday peace, how so-called ordinary people can disrupt violent conflict, Roger Mac Ginty

Summary
Everyday Peace is an innovative exploration of how so-called ordinary people are crucial to making and maintaining peace in conflict-affected societies. It unpacks the notion and practice of 'everyday peace' and how individuals and small groups of individuals can use their emotional intelligence to navigate their way through the potential dangers of everyday life in war-affected towns, cities and workplaces. The book is a major addition to theories of peace and provides insights into how peace is made and re-made at the local level. The study is comparative, inter-disciplinary and is packed with examples
Table Of Contents
The everyday, circuitry, and scalability -- Sociality, reciprocity and reciprocity -- Power -- Parley, truce and ceasefire -- Everyday peace on the battlefield -- Gender and everyday peace -- Conflict disruption
Language
eng
Literary Form
non fiction
Copyright
Physical Description
1 online resource (273 pages)
Specific Material Designation
remote
Form Of Item
online
Isbn
9780197563403

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