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Invitation to Peace Studies

Invitation to Peace Studies - 16 edition

Invitation to Peace Studies - 16 edition

ISBN13: 9780190217136

ISBN10: 0190217138

Invitation to Peace Studies by Houston Wood - ISBN 9780190217136
Edition: 16
Copyright: 2016
Publisher: Oxford University Press
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Invitation to Peace Studies by Houston Wood - ISBN 9780190217136

ISBN13: 9780190217136

ISBN10: 0190217138

Edition: 16

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Summary

Invitation to Peace Studies is the first textbook in the field to emphasize 21st-century research and controversies and to encourage the more frequent use of a gender perspective in analyzing peace, war and violence. Recent empirical research forms the core of most chapters, but substantial attention is also given to faith-based ideas, movements, and peace pioneers. The book examines compelling contemporary topics like cyber warfare, drones, robots, digital activism, hactivism, the physiology of peace, rising rates of suicide, and peace through health. It is also unique in its use of a single coherent perspective-that of a global peace network--to make sense of the historically unprecedented and interconnected web of diverse ideas, individuals, groups, organizations, and movements currently promoting peace across the world.