3 edition of Ethnic conflict and conflict management found in the catalog.
Ethnic conflict and conflict management
Partha S. Ghosh
|Statement||Partha S. Ghosh.|
|Series||ICES pamphlet series ;, 2|
|Contributions||International Centre for Ethnic Studies.|
|LC Classifications||DS430 .G47 1996|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||39 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||39|
|LC Control Number||97900542|
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Cordell and Wolff integrate theory with practice, and keep the book very timely, through a series of in-depth case studies of recent ethnic conflicts. This is an impressive work of scholarship, ideal for introductory courses on ethnic conflict and conflict management." Alan Kuperman, University of Texas at AustinCited by: Jesse and Williams offer a new synthetic treatment of the causes of ethnic conflict in the contemporary era.
Integrating across the levels of analysis, they deftly meld individual, domestic, and international factors to probe the origins of conflict in five important cases-Northern Ireland, Bosnia, Israel/Palestine, Sri Lanka, and by: The Handbook of Ethnic Conflict examines the social, psychological, historical and political underpinnings of these conflicts―particularly the ethnic, cultural, religious, and national identities that feed Ethnic conflict and conflict management book antagonistic perceptions and fuel cycles of aggression.4/5(1).
Africa's salvation depends on the development and implementation of effective institutions of ethnic conflict management. In this book, Donald Rothchild analyzes the successes and failures of attempts at conflict resolution in different African countries and offers comprehensive ideas for successful by: This book brings together a collection of case studies on interventions in ethnic conflicts throughout the world in which the nature of the state is a core concern (Turkey, Russia, Macedonia, Guatemala, Israel, Cyprus, Northern Ireland, South Africa, US) and asks how the projects themselves understand success and failure in ethnic conflict resolution.
The Handbook of Ethnic Conflict examines the social, psychological, historical and political underpinnings of these conflicts—particularly the ethnic, cultural, religious, and national identities that feed ingroup/outgroup antagonistic perceptions and fuel cycles of aggression.
It covers leading theories and models of interethnic conflict and Ethnic conflict and conflict management book in-depth analyses of twenty conflicts. Part of the Ethnic and Intercommunity Conflict Series book series (EAI) Many people believe that ethnic conflict is potentially the most destabilizing force in the post cold-war world (Huntington, ).Cited by: 7.
While ethnic groups serve to organize life for their members, problems arise when one group decides that another group is inferior and should be eliminated. Another reason for ethnic conflict is if a change in the environment results in a scarcity of resources and other ethnic groups are perceived as threats to survival.
Taken as a whole, the book examines how successful the international system has been in managing the many ethnic conflicts that erupted after the Cold War.
This updated edition reflects all recent. These include the Iranian and North Korean nuclear weapons programmes, the war in Lebanon, the Arab-Israeli conflict, civil wars in Africa, and ethnic conflicts in Europe and Asia.
This book will be essential reading for all students of conflict management and resolution, mediation, peacekeeping, peace and conflict studies and International.
How does a multi-ethnic society resolve the contentious issue of resource allocation without damaging the state. This study examines inequality in terms of distributive justice, adaptation of political institutions, the role of symbols of recognition in representation and conflict management inBrand: Palgrave Macmillan UK.
Discussing Conflict in Ethiopia: Conflict Management and Resolution: Proceedings of the Conference "Ethiopian and German Contributions to Conflict Management and Resolution", Addis Ababa 11 to Books shelved as ethnic-conflict: Made in Yugoslavia by Vladimir Jokanovic, The Invention of Wings by Sue Monk Kidd, The Ministry of Utmost Happiness by.
Presenting the first database of constitutional design in all African countries, along with seven original case studies, Constitutions and Conflict Management in Africa explores the types of domestic political institutions that can buffer societies from destabilizing changes that otherwise increase the risk of violence.5/5(1).
Ethnic Conflict A Global Perspective Stefan Wolff. The first accessible and comprehensive introduction to the origins, dynamics, and management of ethnic conflicts; Covers a broad range of ethnic conflicts in different parts of the world, highlighting both. Conflict Management is an easy-to-read and high-powered tool for understanding and managing conflict situations.
Conflict can spiral out of control, but if you understand how the spiral works you may be able to prevent it from even beginning. Conflict Management and Resolution Conflict Management and Resolution provides students with an overview of the main theoriesofconflictmanagementandconflictresolution,andwillequipthemtorespondto thecomplexphenomenaofinternationalconflict.
Thebookcoversthesefourkeyconceptsindetail. Why does ethnic conflict remain one of the major security challenges in today's world. Can we avoid another Rwanda in the future. How was it possible, after almost four decades, to achieve a lasting settlement to the conflict in Northern Ireland, while that in Kashmir remains unresolved after more than sixty years.
These and other questions are the focus of this book. This being said, conflict management and resolution is a skill, and like every other skill, you can improve your ability to deal with conflict through practice and knowledge.
Here are the 12 best books to read on conflict management. Navigate the article #1 Changing the Conversation by Dana CaspersenAuthor: Taegan Lion. The post-colonial era witnessed further manipulation and disintegration of ethnic identities and groups, thus making the state central to the dynamics of ethnicity in Africa.
The studies book explain how the positive and negative aspects are transformed in the pre-colonial, colonial and post-colonial histories of African states and groups. the world encounter with ethnic conflict during decades.
But incidence of ethnic violence was different in varying country. In developing country incidence were low and in the developing sever. Developing country management ethnic conflict by participation and justice policy that the equality is the best way for resolve this Size: KB. Ethnic conflict and conflict management.
Kandy, Sri Lanka: International Centre for Ethnic Studies, (OCoLC) Material Type: Government publication, International government publication: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Partha S Ghosh; International Centre for Ethnic Studies. The book is organised into three parts.
The first analyses basic concepts at play, such as ethnicity and ethnic conflict, specifically in the Nigerian context, and against the background of the position of civil society and development in the country.
The second part comprises six case studies spread across Nigeria's six geo-political regions. vi CONTENTS Conflict intervention 38 The principles of conflict resolution 39 Part II Sources and Situations 41 3 Sources of Conflict 43 Realistic versus non-realistic conflict 43 The roots of conflict 44 Internal psychology and Freud 46 Frustration and aggression 48 Relative deprivation 49 Human needs 51 Functional and dysfunctional conflict 52 Social change 53 Identity.
In Ethnic Conflict, Stefan Wolff draws upon eye witness testimonies, reports by Human Rights organizations, theories of conflict and conflict management, and his own long experience in studying and working to resolve ethnic conflict to offer compelling answers to these questions.5/5(1).
Competing theories of Ethnic conflict in the Caucasus Abstract: This study presents a conceptual framework for understanding the conflict in one of the most dangerous regions of the world – the Caucasus.
By proposing a typology of armed conflict, the study seeks to achieve analytical clarity and contribute to conflict Size: KB. After a look at the sources of nationalist conflict in a country, each case study then asks how the international system reacted.
Taken as a whole, the book examines how successful the international system has been in managing the many ethnic conflicts that. Ethnic Conflict Management in Africa book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers.
Emmy Godwin Irobi recently completed his PhD on E Ratings: 0. An ethnic conflict is a conflict between two or more contending ethnic the source of the conflict may be political, social, economic or religious, the individuals in conflict must expressly fight for their ethnic group's position within final criterion differentiates ethnic conflict from other forms of struggle.
Academic explanations of ethnic conflict. Figure 1 – Causes of Ethnic Conflict: Conceptual Framework. Uncertainty, Each ethnic conflict has its own unique characteristics and, in different contexts, some of these elements will be more prominent than the others, but all of them are the “common denominators” necessary for ethnic conflict to occur.
The primordialist approach helps. Conflict Management and Resolution provides students with an overview of the main theories of conflict management and conflict resolution, and will equip them to respond to the complex phenomena of international conflict.
The book covers these four key concepts in detail: negotiation; mediation; facilitation; reconciliation. It examines how to prevent, manage Cited by: An ethnic conflict is a conflict between two or more contending ethnic groups.
While the source of the conflict may be political, social, economic or religious, the individuals in conflict must expressly fight for their ethnic group's position within society.
This final criterion differentiates ethnic conflict from other forms of struggle. 22 Arguing against popular views of ethnic conflict, anthropologists have also shown how ethnic identity, rather than causing conflict, 'emerges out of conflict'.
23 While I agree with these Author: Michael Banton. A step-by-step guide connecting theory to practice. Environmental Conflict Management introduces students to the research and practice of environmental conflict and provides a step-by-step process for engaging stakeholders and other interested parties in the management of environmental disputes.
In each chapter, authors Dr. Tracylee Clarke and Dr. Tarla Rai. The Norwegian sociologist Johan Galtung (), a founder of the discipline of peace and conflict studies, defined, in his book Peace, Violence and Imperialism, three forms of violence: direct, structural and cultural.
He suggested that cultural violence occurs as a result of cultural assumptions. These can result in direct or structural violence. Conflict management is the process of limiting the negative aspects of conflict while increasing the positive aspects of conflict.
The aim of conflict management is to enhance learning and group outcomes, including effectiveness or performance in an organizational setting. Properly managed conflict can improve group outcomes. As this book demonstrates, governance is conflict management. Governments are needed to handle the conflicting demands posed by groups in society and.
The Origins and Management of Ethnic Conflict Since the end of the Cold War, a wave of ethnic conflict has swept across parts of Eastern Europe, the former Soviet Union, and Africa. Localities, states, and sometimes whole regions have been engulfed in convulsive fits of ethnic insecurity, violence, and genocide.
Theory and Practice in Ethnic Conflict Management: Theorizing Success and Failure contains a series of essays and case studies focused on the topic of ethnic conflict work is one of a series of books on ethnic and inter-community conflict, which is geared toward recognition of the many ethnically driven, long-lived, small-scale internal conflicts throughout.
Programs in peace and conflict resolution tend to have little or no course offerings on identity politics, while the few established programs in nationalism studies that exist tend to address ethnic conflict without offering a systematic background on conflict management, resolution, and peace processes.
This book argues that the development of federalism in Ethiopia fits in with a global trend towards increased attention to ethnic minority rights and to federalism as a mechanism for ethnic conflict prevention and management.Conflict Management and Resolution provides students with an overview of the main theories of conflict management and conflict resolution, and will equip them to respond to the complex phenomena of international conflict.
The book covers these four key concepts in detail: negotiation; mediation; facilitation; reconciliation. It examines how to prevent, manage and .Addresses the roots of nationalist and ethnic wars and explores options for preventing and resolving such conflicts.
Most of the wars of the s have been complex and bloody internal conflicts driven to a significant degree by nationalism and ethnic animosity. Dozens of wars—in Bosnia, Rwanda, Somalia, the former Soviet Union, and elsewhere—have killed or displaced .