1 edition of Violence and post-war reconstruction found in the catalog.
Violence and post-war reconstruction
|Series||International library of post-war reconstruction and development -- 2|
|LC Classifications||JZ5538 .S737 2009|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||170 p. :|
|Number of Pages||170|
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This book investigates the relationships between political violence, social violence and economic violence using examples from South Africa, Northern Ireland, Lebanon and Syria. It examines the cultural impact of war and argues that a culture of violence can explain the high levels of violence which are frequently found in post-war societies. The district health officer in Lira, Nelson Opio, tells IPS that most of the reconstruction in the health sector has largely concentrated on building structures, and cannot address the immediate medical needs of a post-conflict community. “When war ends, there’s a silent war that has to be fought,” he says.
Foner’s book is indispensible, but dense. A pithier primer can be found in Michael W. Fitzgerald’s “Splendid Failure: Postwar Reconstruction in the American South” (Ivan R. Dee, ). He. Chapter 22 – Psychosocial Intervention & Post War Reconstruction (Wessells & Monteiro) Section IV – Peacebuilding (Christie) Chapter 23 – Structural Peacebuilding (Montiel) Chapter 24 – Psychologies for Liberation (Dawes) Chapter 25 – Gandhi as Peacebuilder (Mayton) Chapter 26 – Peacebuilding & Nonviolence (Steger).
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Violence after War fills a large void in our understanding of post-conflict violence and does so with tremendous insight and detail. I recommend it highly." (Monica Duffy Toft, University of Oxford) "Boyle breaks new substantive ground in explaining the causes of post–civil war by: The video Violence and Backlash provides an overview of two different periods of violence during the Reconstruction era, and it helps students distinguish between the violence of the Ku Klux Klan--which was largely and successfully ended by federal law enforcement--and the paramilitary violence that erupted later in the ’s and played a.
What happens to women in the aftermath of war and internal armed conflict. Are gender and inter-generational relations transformed during the process of post-war reconstruction.
This book asserts that there is no aftermath for women -- a truce does not bring an end to gendered violence. It shows how the post-war period is too late for women to transform patriarchal gender relations; the.
Get this from a library. Violence and post-war reconstruction: managing insecurity in the aftermath of peace accords. [Christina Steenkamp] -- In this pioneering study the author shows the impact of continuing physical insecurity upon the post-war reconstruction process.
Steenkamp reveals the serious implications for the reconstruction of. Table of Contents. The Peace in Between Astri Suhrke Echoes from History ce and the Post-Conflict State in Historical Perspective: Spain Michael Richards truction and Violence Post-Bellum American South Michael Beaton Europe and the Middle East -War Violence in Bosnia Mats Berdal, Gemma Collantes-Celador and Merima Zupcevic Buzadzic 5.
Q&A: Southern Violence During Reconstruction Historians describe the violent conditions that prevailed in the American South after the Civil War, as freed slaves and their former masters struggled.
Afghanistan has become synonymous with violence. In the past 25 years alone, the country has endured Russian invasion and occupation, civil war and a US-led military campaign, resulting in the combined loss of over 2 million lives, most of them s: 2.
The case study of Iraq comes from data that Boyle obtained directly from U.S. Central Command, published here for the first time. Violence after War will be essential reading for all those interested in political violence, peacekeeping, and post-conflict reconstruction.
Long considered the standard text in the field, The Civil War and Reconstruction originally written by James G. Randall and revised by David Donald is now available in a thoroughly revised new edition prepared by David Donald, Jean H. Baker, and Michael F. Holt. Maintaining the accuracy and comprehensiveness that distinguished the original, the revised edition incorporates/5(5).
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The ending of wars is often followed by continued or new forms of violence in the affected states. Such violence, whether associated with ex-combatants, organized crime, disaffected warlords, recriminating agents of the state or marginalized groups, seems widespread but poorly understood.
The Peace In Between book. Post-War Violence and Peacebuilding. The Peace In Between. DOI link for The Peace In Between. The Peace In Between book. Post-War Violence and Peacebuilding. Edited By Astri Suhrke, Mats Berdal. Edition 1st Edition. Reconstruction and violence in the post- bellum American South – By MICHAEL BEATON.
View. homes. Now after more than eight years of violence and conflict, debates on the future reconstruction of Syria have begun to emerge. Many of these debates focus on monumental and iconic sites, such as Palmyra and the Old City of Aleppo, which have elicited international attention from journalists, politicians, policy-makers and researchers.
This. In conflict and post-conflict situations, youth constitute a reservoir of energy. Some young people choose to fight or are forced into a life of violence.
Others are able to work to improve their communities, contribute to peacebuilding, reconciliation and reconstruction, and become invested in their countries’ future peace.
Youth and Post-Conflict Reconstruction: Agents of Change uses three. Reconstruction and violence in the post- bellum American South –77 By MICHAEL BEATON On 9 Aprilthe Confederacy’s General Robert E.
Lee surrendered to the Union General Ulysses S. Grant in an Appomattox court house deep in the Virginia countryside. Contemporary Peacemaking draws on recent experience to identify and explore the essential components of peace processes.
The book is organized around five key themes in peacemaking: planning for peace; negotiations; violence on peace processes; peace accords; and peace accord implementation and post-war reconstruction.
Reconstruction, in U.S. history, the period (–77) that followed the American Civil War and during which attempts were made to redress the inequities of slavery and its political, social, and economic legacy and to solve the problems arising from the readmission to the Union of the 11 states that had seceded at or before the outbreak of war.
Long portrayed by many historians as a time. After Civil War: Division, Reconstruction, and Reconciliation in Europe seeks to offer an original and comprehensive analysis by examining how post-war reconstruction has been conducted in contemporary European history, with a specific focus on the issue of national identities and how they come into play during and, most importantly, after a civil war, writes Claire Constant.
Such an analysis shifts the perspective from post-war violence and emigration to post-war reconstruction. Using a comparative approach, Anna Cichopek-Gajraj discusses survivors' journeys home, their struggles to retain citizenship and repossess property, their coping with antisemitism, and their efforts to.
Get this from a library. Violence and post-war reconstruction: managing insecurity in the aftermath of peace accords. [Christina Steenkamp] -- The uncomfortable truth about peace accords is that often they do not bring about a real and lasting peace: while the conflict is.
Women, War, Violence and Learning. By: Shahrzad Mojab. Publisher: Routledge, through related policy reforms or humanitarian aid programs in post-war reconstruction efforts.
This book was published as a special issue in the International Journal of Lifelong Education.Post-War Reconstruction the Netherlands The Future of a Bright and Brutal Heritage The book gives an overview of the buildings in the re-emerging Netherlands and examines the significance of this heritage of the reconstruction for current tasks of transformation and rezoning.Hahn goes on to describe the depressing centrality of violence to post-war Southern than dismiss white anxieties over black usurpation, he takes them seriously as a way to get at the necessity of paramilitary organization (rifle clubs, the Union League) in the face of .