7 edition of Peace psychology found in the catalog.
Herbert H Blumberg
Includes bibliographical references (p. 246-344) and index
|Statement||Herbert H. Blumberg, A. Paul Hare and Anna Costin|
|Contributions||Hare, A. Paul 1923-, Costin, Anna|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiv, 379 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||379|
|ISBN 10||0521839149, 0521547857|
|ISBN 10||9780521839143, 9780521547857|
This book is a case study of the development of peace psychology in Australia. While there is, in comparison to other countries, relatively little overt violence, Australia the nation was founded on the dispossession of Indigenous people, and their oppression continues cturer: Springer. The roots of peace psychology are often traced to William James and a speech he gave at Stanford University in With World War I on the horizon, James talked about his belief that war satisfies a deeply felt human need for virtues such as loyalty, discipline, conformity, group cohesiveness, and duty.
The Encyclopedia of Peace Psychology, available online through Wiley Online Library or as a three-volume print set, is a state-of-the-art resource featuring almost entries contributed by leading international scholars that examine the psychological dimensions of peace and conflict studies. First reference work to focus exclusively on psychological analyses and perspectives on peace and. This website has more information on the topic: a short history of peace psychology. Reviews: "At the time of its publication, MacNair's book was the only single-authored textbook in the field of peace psychology. It provides a well-written overview of the field suitable for introductory peace psychology classes and other courses in peace studies.
The book is an important resource for scholars, researchers, and educators in psychology, political science and in a variety of other areas who study and teach topics such as empathy, prosocial behavior, personality, psychological well-being, mental health, personal development, peace and conflict and conflict resolution.4/5(2). viduals working for peace through the Society for the Study of Peace, Conflict and Violence: Peace Psychology Divi-sion of APA. You will find in the pages of this edition the usual messages, working group, committee and task force reports, all the work done by people who didn’t have to—but wanted to—work for peace. People like Size: 2MB.
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The Peace Psychology Book Series recognizes that the emerging and multi-faceted problems of human security challenge us as scholars and activists to develop psychologically-informed theory that will deepen our understanding of the major threats to human security, and create practices that will help us address some of the most urgent and profound issues that bear on human well being Peace psychology book survival in.
At first blush, Blumberg's "Peace Psychology: A Comprehensive Introduction" appears to be a much needed text that integrates, synthesizes, and introduces the reader to the fast evolving psychology research and theory on peace and conflict.
Unfortunately one quickly finds the edited book to be mostly a choppy summary of journal by: Introduction to Peace Psychology. Section I – Direct Violence (Wagner) Chapter 1 – Intimate Violence (Abrahams) Chapter 2 – Anti Gay & Lesbian Violence (Cody Murphy) Chapter 3 – Intrastate Violence (Neince & Cairns) Chapter 4 – Nationalism & War (Druckman) Chapter 5 – Integrative Complexity & War & Peace (Conway, Suedfeld, & Tetlock).
Shelve Nonviolence and Peace Psychology: Intrapersonal, Interpersonal, Societal, and World Peace. This introductory textbook in the field of peace psychology addresses the psychological causes of violence and nonviolence, conflict resolution, nonviolent struggle, and the confluence of public policy 5/5(1).
Cambridge Core - Social Psychology - Peace Psychology - by Herbert H. BlumbergCited by: Cognition, as such, is the focus of surprisingly little research in peace psychology, but the topics from a variety of other chapters bear on perceptual matters, and these are extracted and covered in the.
The Encyclopedia of Peace Psychology is a state-of-the-art resource featuring almost entries contributed by leading international scholars that examine the psychological dimensions of peace and conflict studies.
First reference work to focus exclusively on psychological analyses and perspectives on peace and conflict. Peace and Conflict: Journal of Peace Psychology ® welcomes scholarly manuscripts that examine peace, conflict, and their interaction at all levels of analysis, from interpersonal to community, regional, national, and international issues.
The journal publishes empirical, theoretical, clinical. Although the literature in peace psychology has been growing rapidly, many American psychologists are unaware of how conflict is resolved and peace is conceptualized and achieved.
This article reviews the long history and broadening scope of peace psychology and introduces a model of peace that is useful for organizing the literature. In order to provide a framework for the book Peace, Conflict, and Violence: Peace Psychology for the 21st Century, the following working definition was offered: Peace psychology seeks to develop theories and practices aimed at the prevention and mitigation of direct and structural by: 2.
Conflict: Journal of Peace Psychology appeared 85 years later, Deutsch () wrote an article in which he referred to James as the first peace psychologist. Peace psychology as an identifiable area of research and practice did notFile Size: KB.
the Peace Psychology Book Series (Springer) and editor of the Encyclopedia of Peace Psychology (Wiley-Blackwell), he has sought to de Þ ne, advance, and posi-tion peace psychology as a legitimate area of inquiry, practice, and activism in the Þ eld of psychology. As Fulbright specialist, he develops peace psychology courses.
Psychologists pursuing sustainable peace through scholarship and action The Society for the Study of Peace, Conflict, and Violence.
APA Division Psychology & Peace will be held on the campus of Trinity University in San Antonio, Texas.
The meetings and housing will be in the modern and comfortable academic buildings and residence. Understanding Peace and Conflict Through Social Identity Theory: Contemporary Global Perspectives aims to help achieve such an understanding and as such is a valuable resource to those studying peace and conflict, psychologists, sociologists, anthropologists, public policy makers, and all those interested in the ways in which social identity.
"Peace, Conflict, and Violence" brings together the key concepts, themes, theories, and practices that are defining peace psychology as we begin the 21st century/5(10).
Peace psychology is a subfield of psychology and peace research that deals with the psychological aspects of peace, conflict, violence, and war. Peace psychology can be characterized by four interconnected pillars: (1) research, (2) education, (3) practice, and (4) advocacy.
The first pillar, research, is documented most extensively in this article. The Peace Psychology Book book series by multiple authors includes books International Handbook of War, Torture, and Terrorism, Peace Psychology in Asia, Peace Psychology in Australia, and several more.
See the complete Peace Psychology Book series book list in order, box sets or omnibus editions, and companion titles. Reviews the book, The Psychology of Peace: An Introduction (2nd Ed.) by Rachel MacNair (see record ).
As current president of the Peace Psychology Division (Division 48) of the American Psychological Association, MacNair offers an expert voice on. Integrates psychology, history, political science, and local culture into concepts of peace and reconciliation.
Highlights the indigenous aspects of peace psychology. Explains the critical relevance of local culture and history in peace work. Blends innovative theoretical material with empirical evidence supporting peace interventions. This first-of-its-kind volume brings discursive psychology and peace psychology together in a compelling practical synthesis.
An array of internationally-recognised contributors examine multiple dimensions of discourse—official and casual, speech, rhetoric, and text—in creating and maintaining conflict and building mediation and reconciliation.The book has both a theory base as well as empirical findings that should appeal to researchers across several disciplines including peace psychology, political science, and sociology.
Peace Psychology Book: International Handbook of War, Torture, and Terrorism (Hardcover).Methodologies in Peace Psychology: Peace Research by Peaceful Means aims to alleviate this feeling as the use of these more innovative methods leads to a closer engagement with the community and a much more social experience of research.
This volume is a useful tool for both new and experienced researchers because it provides leads for.