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Peace studies [electronic resource] : an introduction to the concept, scope, and themes / edited by Ranabir Samaddar.

Contributor(s): Sam�add�ara, Ra�nab�ira.
Material type: TextTextSeries: South Asian peace studies: v. 1.Publisher: New Delhi ; Thousand Oaks, Calif. : Sage Publications, 2004Description: 1 online resource (445 p.).ISBN: 9788132102878 (electronic bk.); 8132102878 (electronic bk.).Subject(s): Peace | Peace-building -- South Asia | Conflict management -- South Asia | South Asia -- Politics and government | Peace -- Study and teaching | Paix | Consolidation de la paix -- Asie m�eridionale | Gestion des conflits -- Asie m�eridionale | Paix -- �Etude et enseignement | Asie m�eridionale -- Politique et gouvernement | POLITICAL SCIENCE -- PeaceGenre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: Peace studies.DDC classification: 303.6/6 Online resources: EBSCOhost
Contents:
Cover; Contents; Series Note; Preface; Introduction; Problems of Preparing a Peace Studies Reader; A Peace Audit on South Asia; Neo-liberalism and Democracy in South Asia; Legal Regime for Refugee Care; Self-Determination and Politics of Identity -- East Europe; Deaths, Responsibility, and Justice; Wars, Population Movements, and the Formation of States; Borders as Unsettled Markers -- The Sino-Indian Border; Protecting the Rights of Refugees; People and Territory: Moving Beyond Boundaries; Population Movements and Interstate Conflicts; Rehabilitation of Victims in War-torn Societies.
Summary: The exciting new Series--South Asian Peace Studies--has been conceived to showcase significant writings on peace studies from and about the region. The emphasis will be on essays, which demonstrate the importance of changing direction in various frameworks-from conflict management to peace, from national security to human security, from revenge to reconciliation, and from rights to justice. This, the inaugural volume in the Series introduces the concept, scope, and main concerns of peace studies. The 19 essays are grouped in three broad sections. The first discusses definitions of peace studies.
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Includes bibliographical references (p. [413]-424) and index.

Cover; Contents; Series Note; Preface; Introduction; Problems of Preparing a Peace Studies Reader; A Peace Audit on South Asia; Neo-liberalism and Democracy in South Asia; Legal Regime for Refugee Care; Self-Determination and Politics of Identity -- East Europe; Deaths, Responsibility, and Justice; Wars, Population Movements, and the Formation of States; Borders as Unsettled Markers -- The Sino-Indian Border; Protecting the Rights of Refugees; People and Territory: Moving Beyond Boundaries; Population Movements and Interstate Conflicts; Rehabilitation of Victims in War-torn Societies.

The exciting new Series--South Asian Peace Studies--has been conceived to showcase significant writings on peace studies from and about the region. The emphasis will be on essays, which demonstrate the importance of changing direction in various frameworks-from conflict management to peace, from national security to human security, from revenge to reconciliation, and from rights to justice. This, the inaugural volume in the Series introduces the concept, scope, and main concerns of peace studies. The 19 essays are grouped in three broad sections. The first discusses definitions of peace studies.

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