Peace Psychology in the Balkans (inbunden)
Format
Inbunden (Hardback)
Språk
Engelska
Antal sidor
248
Utgivningsdatum
2012-03-07
Upplaga
2012
Förlag
Springer-Verlag New York Inc.
Medarbetare
Simic, Olivera (ed.), Volcic, Zala (ed.), Philpot, Catherine R. (ed.)
Illustrationer
XVI, 248 p.
Dimensioner
234 x 156 x 16 mm
Vikt
549 g
Antal komponenter
1
Komponenter
1 Hardback
ISBN
9781461419471
Peace Psychology in the Balkans (inbunden)

Peace Psychology in the Balkans

Dealing with a Violent Past while Building Peace

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The volume covers the development of peace psychology in the Balkans. The Balkans is a region marked by post-communist and post-conflict transitional turmoil, and this book provides a comprehensive introduction to research in peace psychology in this part of the world, written by scholars primarily working in the Balkan area. It brings together innovative scholarship that examines interdisciplinary aspects of peace psychology researched and written by scholars from Kosovo, Serbia, Bosnia, Bulgaria, Romania, Macedonia, Croatia, and Slovenia as well as presenting research that responds to contemporary global issues by tracking the ways in which peace psychology is developing and implementing in the Balkans.
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CONTENTS 1. Localizing Transitional Justice: Civil Society Initiatives and Practices in the Balkans Olivera Simic and Zala Volcic PART I. Initiatives within the nation states 2. Civil Society and Post-Communist Transitional Justice in Romania Lavinia Stan 3. Dealing with the past in post-war Croatia: perceptions, problems and prospects Tamara Banjeglav 4. The failure of Macedonian post-communist transitional justice: lustration, between cleansing and parody Despina Angelovska 5. Transitional and transnational justice in Bosnia-Herzegovina: analyzing civil society organizations discourses Eunice Castro Seixas 6. The 'Transitional Citizen': Civil Society, Political Agency and Hopes for Transitional Justice in Bosnia-Herzegovina Briony Jones, Alex Jeffrey and Michaelina Jakala 7. Failure of Transitional Justice in Albania: Too Much Politics, Too Little Debate Arolda Elbasani 8. Truth and the Shadow of Justice Jamie Rowen PART II. Transnational civil society practices 9. Structured Encounters in Post-Conflict/Post-Yugoslav Days: Visiting Belgrade and Prishtina Orli Fridman 10. What About the Women? Transitional Justice and Gender in Bosnia and Herzegovina and Northern Ireland Hedley Abernethy and Michael Potter 11. 'Pillar of Shame': Civil Society, UN accountability and Genocide in Srebrenica Olivera Simic 12. Afraid To Cry Wolf: Human Rights Activists' Conundrum to Define Narratives of Justice and Truth in Collective Accountability Efforts Arnaud Kurze and Iva Vukusic 13. From International Courts to Grassroots Organizing: Obstacles to Transitional Justice in the Balkans Jill Irvine and Patrice McMahon