I D Rather Teach Peace

Author: Colman McCarthy
Editor: Orbis Books
ISBN: 1608334120
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Peace Movements Worldwide

Author: Marc Pilisuk
Editor: ABC-CLIO
ISBN: 0313364788
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This three-volume anthology is a comprehensive overview of how the human yearning for peace has played out, and is playing out, on this planet. * Is the first work on the subject of peace movements to offer this level of depth and breadth and to capture the pulse of this multifacted effort to create a world of peace with justice * Features more than 70 insightful articles, many of them original to this anthology, by a team of cross-disciplinary scholars from the fields of psychology, sociology, history, political science, women's studies, psychiatry, and more * Combines personal reminiscences and theoretical studies

Peace Education 3d Ed

Author: Ian M. Harris
Editor: McFarland
ISBN: 1476601771
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Now in its third edition, Peace Education provides a comprehensive approach to educating for a just and sustainable future. It begins with religious and historical trends that have molded our understanding of “peace” and then presents a variety of ways to practice peace education in schools and communities, and explains how it can motivate students. The teaching and practice of peace education provides a basis of valuable knowledge about resolving conflicts and transforming violence without the use of force. Instructors considering this book for use in a course may request an examination copy here.

Friends Journal

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Landmark Speeches On Us Pacifism

Author: Susan Schultz Huxman
Editor: Texas A & M University Press
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United States peace rhetoric is courageous, diverse, challenging, persuasive, and woefully under-exposed. This collection of landmark speeches in peace gives overdue scholarly notice to key figures on the American peace scene (politicians, athletes, journalists, preachers, movement leaders, scientists, doctors, academics, etc.) who have given vibrant, authentic voice and rhetorical significance to the important peace tradition in the United States from World War I until today.

Peace And Conflict Studies In A Global Context

Author: P. Godfrey Okoth
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Shalom Salaam Peace English

Author: Allison Stokes
Editor: Womens Division General Board of Global Ministries United Ch
ISBN: 9781890569983
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Spiritual Growth Study

Quaker Life

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Appalachian Journal

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A regional studies review.

The Catholic Library World

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Proceedings

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Peaceprints

Author: Evelyn McLean Brady
Editor: Buffalo Heritage Press
ISBN: 9780978847654
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This beautiful book celebrates the life of Sister Karen Klimczak, SSJ, and helps us cherish the memory of this passionate champion of nonviolence, who dedicated her life to providing sanctuary and hope to ex-offenders. The biographies, stories, essays, interviews, poetry, art, and photographs that grace this book are voices of the community expressing how Buffalo's Ambassador of Peace touched their lives. Vignettes are interspersed with entries from Sister Karen's own journals and observations that express hope and forgiveness. The Emmy-nominated DVD, Apostle of Peace, produced by Daybreak TV Productions, is enclosed in each book. This moving half-hour tribute to Sister Karen that aired a year after her death, includes interviews with some of the people closest to her, along with archival footage of Sister Karen herself.

Wayside Pictures Hymns And Poems

Author: John Harris
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Multicultural Review

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American Book Publishing Record

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One Paradigm Many Worlds

Author: Mitchell Rosenwald
Editor: Cambridge Scholars Pub
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One Paradigm, Many Worlds: Conflict Resolution across the Disciplines surveys how the paradigm of collaborative conflict resolution shapes a variety of disciplines. Conflict resolution examines the theory, research, strategies and spirit that accompany subscription to this win-win approach to conflict. In the past few decades, such a collaborative approach has emerged to challenge existing win-lose paradigms to approaching conflict that are predicated on some form of violence and unacknowledged/ unchanging power differentials. By challenging these existing paradigms, One Paradigm, Many Worlds documents and instructs on the merits of the collaborative approach to conflict resolution. It promises a broad and contemporary examination of how this paradigm both influences and holds the potential to influence a number of different professional and academic disciplines. The text is organized in four sections. They focus on the application of conflict resolution in the human services, elementary/secondary education, higher education, and a range of other disciplines (philosophy, communication, international relations). With such a breadth contained in the text, One Paradigm, Many Worlds unifying core is the centrality of conflict resolution as a paradigm supportive of cooperation, positive communication and relationship to self, to others, to organizations and institutions, and to society.

War And The Christian Conscience

Author: Joseph Fahey
Editor: Abingdon Press
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"The Christian tradition has supplied a variety of answers to the question of war - but how are we to decide which one is right? More basically, how does one go about forming one's personal conscience? For all who ponder these questions - whether young people facing military service, or counselors, chaplains, or teachers - this book is essential." -- Provided by publisher.

Resolved That The United States Federal Government Should Establish A Foreign Policy Substantially Increasing Its Support Of United Nations Peacekeeping Operations

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Teaching Peace

Author: Thomas J. Lasley
Editor: Praeger
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Explains how parents and teachers can instill attitudes of selflessness and nonaggression in the younger generation.

Choice

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