|Title:||Transcend and Transform: An Introduction to Conflict Work (Critical Peace Studies)|
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|Category:||Politics and Government|
|Publisher:||Pluto Press (July 20, 2004)|
Johan Galtung is the world's most experienced peace studies professor, and founder of the peace studies discipline. This book lays out the limitless variety of the uses to which conflict resolution theory can be applied. First published 2004 by Pluto Press 345 Archway Road, London N6 5AA ww. lutobooks.
Currently Professor of Peace Studies at six universities, he is the holder of the Right Livelihood Award 1987 and the Norwegian Humanist Prize, 1988. I am a student in a Peace Studies program and while Galtung is considered a father of the field, I was unimpressed with his book. He has a condescending writing style which was off-putting. But more problematic was his argument that all conflicts could be positively transcended.
Johan Galtung is the world's most experienced peace studies professor, and founder of the peace studies discipline. The book will be of interest to anyone who deals with conflict on a daily basis - such as teachers, social workers, parents and couples - as well as students of peace studies
This practical handbook to conflict resolution shows how to overcome conflicts at all levels, from personal domestic conflicts, to struggles about race, class, an. .Johan Galtung, Daisaku Ikeda. The true worlds: A transnational perspective (Preferred worlds for the 1990's). Europe in the Making.
Johan Vincent Galtung, Norwegian Peace studies educator, administrator. Awarded honorary Doctor of Philosophy's Finland, Romania, Sweden, Japan, Italy, Germany, 1971-1997, honorary professorships Spain, China, and Germany. Recipient Right Livelihood award, Stockholm, 1987. Transcend and Transform: An Introduction to Conflict Work (Peace By Peaceful Means). This is a practical handbook to conflict resolution, that shows how to overcome conflicts at all levels - from personal domestic conflicts, to issue-based struggles about race, class and gender, and finally to major international conflicts between nation states or international divides along economic and religious lines. Johan Galtung is the world's most experienced peace studies professor, and founder of the peace studies discipline. The book will be of interest to anyone who deals with conflict on a daily basis - such as teachers, social workers, parents and couples - as well as students of peace studies
Peace studies seeks to understand the negation of violence through conflict transformation, cooperation and harmony by drawing from many disciplines, including psychology, sociology and anthropology, political science, economics, international relations, international law and history. This raises the problem of the complementarity, coexistence and integration of different systems of knowledge. Transcend and Transform: An Introduction to Conflict Work. Johan Galtung, the Father of Peace Studies. This brief overview of Johan Galtung’s life and work begins with some of his childhood experiences (such as his father being imprisoned in a Nazi concentration camp) that shaped his determination to work for peace.
As Johan Galtung points out Since the end of the Cold War, the need to transcend war as an institution and to transform the underlying structures and cultural pathologies which legitimise and reinforce war and violence at all levels of society has not diminished. In fact, in many ways, it has grown stronger. Today, there is no such thing as a purely intra-or inter-state conflict. and therapy perspectives on how conflicts can be transformed and peace built with an emphasis on countless dialogues with the conflict parties. prognosis about what is happening and will continue to happen in the future if nothing is done to modify the trends. Yet Galtung does not underestimate the task. 2011 - (IT4S) - NICOLESCU B-Transdisciplinary Studies,Science Spirituality Society,Nr2.