Peace Movements Worldwide [3 volumes]

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Michael N. Nagler, Marc Pilisuk
ABC-CLIO, Dec 16, 2010 - Political Science - 1150 pages
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Peace Movements Worldwide is quite simply the most comprehensive work of its kind on this important subject. In its three volumes, experts document the history and growth of the peace movement, why it is important, who gets involved, and how it can succeed.

Organized by major themes and issues, the work examines every facet of human striving for peace, from the global to the personal. The first volume, History and Vitality of Peace Movements, explores the meaning of peace—its historical, philosophical, and biological foundations and related spiritual, gender, social, and economic viewpoints. The second volume, Players and Practices in Resistance to War, discusses control over weapons, efforts to prevent and end violent conflict, and efforts to heal the traumatic aftereffects of violence. The third volume, Peace Efforts That Work and Why, looks at how mankind can build a new world order by building communities with a sustainable culture of peace.


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Marc Pilisuk, professor emeritus at the University of California, is currently on the faculty at the San Francisco-based Saybrook Graduate School and Research Center.

Michael N. Nagler, professor emeritus at the University of California, founded the Peace and Conflict Studies Program at the University of California, Berkeley.

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