Christie, Daniel J.

Enlarging the Scope of Peace Psychology

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Table of contents

Part I. Organizing Framework and Summary of Chapters

1. Toward a Socially Transformative Peace Psychology: Overview of the Symposium and Proceedings
Daniel J. Christie, Mohamed Seedat, Shahnaaz Suffla

2. The Imbalance Between Knowledge Paradigms of North and South: Implications for Peace Psychology
Siew Fang Law, Diane Bretherton

Part II. Intergroup Conflict, Violence, and Peacemaking

3. A Qualitative Exploration of Salient Incidents of Violence Exposure Among Youth in Kashmir: Beyond Direct Violence
Waheeda Khan, Sramana Majumdar

4. Implications of Coping Strategies and Perceived Community Cohesion for Mental Health in Colombia
Laura K. Taylor

5. Integrated Education in Northern Ireland: Education for Peace?
Shelley McKeown

6. If a Close Friend Is from Another Religion, Are You More Open to Other Faiths?
Reeshma Haji, Richard N. Lalonde

7. Humanising and Dehumanising the Other: Ethnic Conflict in Malaysia
Daniel J. Christie, Noraini M. Noor

Part III. Toward a Socially Transformative Peace Psychology

8. Identifying and Mobilising Factors That Promote Community Peace
Sandy Lazarus, James R. Cochrane, Naiema Taliep, Candice Simmons, Mohamed Seedat

9. Interrogatory Destabilisation and an Insurgent Politics for Peacebuilding: The Case of the Apartheid Archive Project
Garth Stevens, Norman Duncan, Hugo Canham

10. Structural Violence and the Struggle for Recognition: Examining Community Narratives in a Post-apartheid Democracy
Ursula Lau, Mohamed Seedat

11. Gender Justice: “Gender” in the Bangsamoro Development Plan
Teresa Lorena Jopson

12. Social Cohesion, Violence, and Education in South Africa
Yusuf Sayed, Azeem Badroodien, Akiko Hanaya, Diana Rodríguez

13. Political Emotions During Democratic Transitions in the Global South
Cristina Jayme Montiel, Arvin Boller

14. Do No Harm? How Psychologists Have Supported Torture and What to Do About It
Michael Wessells, Nora Sveaass, Donald Foster, Andrew Dawes

Part IV. Conclusion

15. Interrogating the Structure of Knowledge: Some Concluding Thoughts
Shahnaaz Suffla, Mohamed Seedat, Daniel J. Christie

Keywords: Psychology, Personality and Social Psychology, Social Justice, Equality and Human Rights, Regional and Cultural Studies

Publication year
Peace Psychology Book Series
Page amount
11 pages
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