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The Resource Palgrave advances in peacebuilding : critical developments and approaches, edited by Oliver P. Richmond

Palgrave advances in peacebuilding : critical developments and approaches, edited by Oliver P. Richmond

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Palgrave advances in peacebuilding : critical developments and approaches
Title
Palgrave advances in peacebuilding
Title remainder
critical developments and approaches
Statement of responsibility
edited by Oliver P. Richmond
Contributor
Subject
Language
eng
Summary
"The quality of the peace arrived at via liberal peacebuilding approaches has been poor. The related statebuilding praxis has generally been unable to respond to its critics. What is at stake is a recognition of peacebuildings everyday political, social, economic, and cultural dynamics. This indicates the emergence of a post-liberal form of peace"--Provided by publisher
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Cataloging source
DLC
Dewey number
303.6/9
Index
index present
LC call number
JZ5538
LC item number
.P357 2010
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
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Richmond, Oliver P
Series statement
Palgrave advances
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  • Peace-building
  • Conflict management
Label
Palgrave advances in peacebuilding : critical developments and approaches, edited by Oliver P. Richmond
Instantiates
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (pages 439-461) and index
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volume
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text
Content type code
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Contents
Machine generated contents note: A Genealogy of Peace and Conflict Theory--O.RichmondPART I: CRITICAL AGENDAS: THEORIES, CONCEPTS, AND METHODSWar, Government, Politics: A Critical Response to the Hegemony of the Liberal Peace--V.JabriReconstruction: The Missing Historical Link--A.WilliamsMethod: Theory and Ethnography in Peace and Conflict Studies--J.VictorovaChallenging Statebuilding as Peacebuilding: Working with Hybrid Political Orders to Build Peace--V.Beoge, A.Brown, K.Clements &--A.NolanHuman Security and the Legitimization of Peacebuilding--S.TadjbakhshGender and Peacebuilding--T.VarynenLiberal Peace, Liberal Imperialism: A Gramscian Critique--I.TaylorThe Ideology of Peace: Peacebuilding and the War in Iraq--M.V.RasmussenPART II: KEY AGENDAS: INSTITUTIONS, ISSUES AND THEMESThe Institutionalization of Peacebuilding: What Role for the UN Peacebuilding Commission?--A.BellamyDemocratization and Development: A Difficult Relationship--D.KotseNGO Dilemmas in Peacebuilding--H.CareyWelfare in War-Torn Societies: Nemesis of the Liberal Peace?--M.PughResolving Conflicts and Pursuing Accountability: Beyond Justice vs. Peace--C.SriramReconciliation (Reflections from Northern Ireland and South Africa)--J.DarbyTraining Goldfish (in a Desert): Transforming Political Economies of Conflict Using Voluntarism, Regulation and Supervision--N.CooperPART III: DEVELOPING AGENDASCulture: Challenges and Possibilities--M.BriggGilding the Lily? International Support for Indigenous and Traditional Peacebuilding--R.MacGintyKindered Peacebuilding: Liberalism and Beyond--A.WatsonArt and Peacebuilding: How Theatre Transforms Conflict in Sri Lanka--N.Premaratna &--R.BleikerPeacebuilding and Environmental Challenges--F.RotbergThe State vs. the Terrorists vs. the People vs. the State and the Terrorists: Peace and Conflict in the Basque Country--I.Tellidis A Genealogy of Peace and Conflict Theory--O.RichmondPART I: CRITICAL AGENDAS: THEORIES, CONCEPTS, AND METHODSWar, Government, Politics: A Critical Response to the Hegemony of the Liberal Peace--V.JabriReconstruction: The Missing Historical Link--A.WilliamsMethod: Theory and Ethnography in Peace and Conflict Studies--J.VictorovaChallenging Statebuilding as Peacebuilding: Working with Hybrid Political Orders to Build Peace--V.Beoge, A.Brown, K.Clements &amp--A.NolanHuman Security and the Legitimization of Peacebuilding--S.TadjbakhshGender and Peacebuilding--T.VarynenLiberal Peace, Liberal Imperialism: A Gramscian Critique--I.TaylorThe Ideology of Peace: Peacebuilding and the War in Iraq--M.V.RasmussenPART II: KEY AGENDAS: INSTITUTIONS, ISSUES AND THEMESThe Institutionalization of Peacebuilding: What Role for the UN Peacebuilding Commission?--A.BellamyDemocratization and Development: A Difficult Relationship--D.KotseNGO Dilemmas in Peacebuilding--H.CareyWelfare in War-Torn Societies: Nemesis of the Liberal Peace?--M.PughResolving Conflicts and Pursuing Accountability: Beyond Justice vs. Peace--C.SriramReconciliation (Reflections from Northern Ireland and South Africa)--J.DarbyTraining Goldfish (in a Desert): Transforming Political Economies of Conflict Using Voluntarism, Regulation and Supervision--N.CooperPART III: DEVELOPING AGENDASCulture: Challenges and Possibilities--M.BriggGilding the Lily? International Support for Indigenous and Traditional Peacebuilding--R.MacGintyKindered Peacebuilding: Liberalism and Beyond--A.WatsonArt and Peacebuilding: How Theatre Transforms Conflict in Sri Lanka--N.Premaratna &amp--R.BleikerPeacebuilding and Environmental Challenges--F.RotbergThe State vs. the Terrorists vs. the People vs. the State and the Terrorists: Peace and Conflict in the Basque Country--I.Tellidis
Control code
457010575
Dimensions
22 cm
Extent
xviii, 469 pages
Isbn
9780230555235
Isbn Type
(pbk.)
Lccn
2009043500
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • n
System control number
(OCoLC)457010575
Label
Palgrave advances in peacebuilding : critical developments and approaches, edited by Oliver P. Richmond
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (pages 439-461) and index
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
  • nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
Machine generated contents note: A Genealogy of Peace and Conflict Theory--O.RichmondPART I: CRITICAL AGENDAS: THEORIES, CONCEPTS, AND METHODSWar, Government, Politics: A Critical Response to the Hegemony of the Liberal Peace--V.JabriReconstruction: The Missing Historical Link--A.WilliamsMethod: Theory and Ethnography in Peace and Conflict Studies--J.VictorovaChallenging Statebuilding as Peacebuilding: Working with Hybrid Political Orders to Build Peace--V.Beoge, A.Brown, K.Clements &--A.NolanHuman Security and the Legitimization of Peacebuilding--S.TadjbakhshGender and Peacebuilding--T.VarynenLiberal Peace, Liberal Imperialism: A Gramscian Critique--I.TaylorThe Ideology of Peace: Peacebuilding and the War in Iraq--M.V.RasmussenPART II: KEY AGENDAS: INSTITUTIONS, ISSUES AND THEMESThe Institutionalization of Peacebuilding: What Role for the UN Peacebuilding Commission?--A.BellamyDemocratization and Development: A Difficult Relationship--D.KotseNGO Dilemmas in Peacebuilding--H.CareyWelfare in War-Torn Societies: Nemesis of the Liberal Peace?--M.PughResolving Conflicts and Pursuing Accountability: Beyond Justice vs. Peace--C.SriramReconciliation (Reflections from Northern Ireland and South Africa)--J.DarbyTraining Goldfish (in a Desert): Transforming Political Economies of Conflict Using Voluntarism, Regulation and Supervision--N.CooperPART III: DEVELOPING AGENDASCulture: Challenges and Possibilities--M.BriggGilding the Lily? International Support for Indigenous and Traditional Peacebuilding--R.MacGintyKindered Peacebuilding: Liberalism and Beyond--A.WatsonArt and Peacebuilding: How Theatre Transforms Conflict in Sri Lanka--N.Premaratna &--R.BleikerPeacebuilding and Environmental Challenges--F.RotbergThe State vs. the Terrorists vs. the People vs. the State and the Terrorists: Peace and Conflict in the Basque Country--I.Tellidis A Genealogy of Peace and Conflict Theory--O.RichmondPART I: CRITICAL AGENDAS: THEORIES, CONCEPTS, AND METHODSWar, Government, Politics: A Critical Response to the Hegemony of the Liberal Peace--V.JabriReconstruction: The Missing Historical Link--A.WilliamsMethod: Theory and Ethnography in Peace and Conflict Studies--J.VictorovaChallenging Statebuilding as Peacebuilding: Working with Hybrid Political Orders to Build Peace--V.Beoge, A.Brown, K.Clements &amp--A.NolanHuman Security and the Legitimization of Peacebuilding--S.TadjbakhshGender and Peacebuilding--T.VarynenLiberal Peace, Liberal Imperialism: A Gramscian Critique--I.TaylorThe Ideology of Peace: Peacebuilding and the War in Iraq--M.V.RasmussenPART II: KEY AGENDAS: INSTITUTIONS, ISSUES AND THEMESThe Institutionalization of Peacebuilding: What Role for the UN Peacebuilding Commission?--A.BellamyDemocratization and Development: A Difficult Relationship--D.KotseNGO Dilemmas in Peacebuilding--H.CareyWelfare in War-Torn Societies: Nemesis of the Liberal Peace?--M.PughResolving Conflicts and Pursuing Accountability: Beyond Justice vs. Peace--C.SriramReconciliation (Reflections from Northern Ireland and South Africa)--J.DarbyTraining Goldfish (in a Desert): Transforming Political Economies of Conflict Using Voluntarism, Regulation and Supervision--N.CooperPART III: DEVELOPING AGENDASCulture: Challenges and Possibilities--M.BriggGilding the Lily? International Support for Indigenous and Traditional Peacebuilding--R.MacGintyKindered Peacebuilding: Liberalism and Beyond--A.WatsonArt and Peacebuilding: How Theatre Transforms Conflict in Sri Lanka--N.Premaratna &amp--R.BleikerPeacebuilding and Environmental Challenges--F.RotbergThe State vs. the Terrorists vs. the People vs. the State and the Terrorists: Peace and Conflict in the Basque Country--I.Tellidis
Control code
457010575
Dimensions
22 cm
Extent
xviii, 469 pages
Isbn
9780230555235
Isbn Type
(pbk.)
Lccn
2009043500
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • n
System control number
(OCoLC)457010575

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