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Reconciliation and building a sustainable peace : competing worldviews in South Africa and beyond, Cathy Bollaert

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Reconciliation and building a sustainable peace : competing worldviews in South Africa and beyond
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Reconciliation and building a sustainable peace
Title remainder
competing worldviews in South Africa and beyond
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Cathy Bollaert
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eng
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Bollaert, Cathy
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JZ5538
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  • dictionaries
  • bibliography
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Palgrave studies in compromise after conflict
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  • Peace-building
  • Peace-building
  • Reconciliation
  • Cultural pluralism
  • Cultural pluralism
  • SOCIAL SCIENCE
  • Cultural pluralism
  • Peace-building
  • Reconciliation
  • South Africa
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Reconciliation and building a sustainable peace : competing worldviews in South Africa and beyond, Cathy Bollaert
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unknown
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Includes bibliographical references and index
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rdacarrier
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multicolored
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  • txt
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Contents
  • Intro; Acknowledgements; Contents; Abbreviations; List of Figures; List of Tables; Series Editor's Introduction; 1 Introduction: The Significance of Cultural Diversity on Peace-Building in Divided Societies; 1.1 Book Rationale; 1.2 Notes on Methodology; 1.3 Terminology Employed; 1.4 Structure of Book; References; 2 The Rainbow Nation: Identity, Intergroup Relations and Worldviews in South Africa; 2.1 Interpreting Apartheid; 2.2 The Rainbow Nation: South Africa's Transition to Democracy; 2.3 The End of the Rainbow? Intergroup Relations in the 'New' South Africa; 2.4 Conclusion; References
  • 3 Anchoring Concepts: Sustainable Peace, Identity, Culture and Worldview3.1 Sustainable Peace; 3.2 Identity; 3.3 Culture; 3.4 Worldview; 3.5 The Relationship Between Identity, Culture, Worldview and Intergroup Conflict; References; 4 Worldview Diversity Within South Africa's Truth and Reconciliation Commission; 4.1 Western Worldviews: Western Liberalism and Nationalism; 4.2 Interconnected Worldviews: The Ubuntu Philosophy; 4.3 A Worldview Analysis of the Truth and Reconciliation Commission; References; 5 Exploring the Diversity of Worldviews in South Africa
  • 5.1 Ontological Orientation: Scientific or Interconnected?5.2 Unit of Survival and Accountability: The Individual or the Collective?; 5.3 Social Organisation: Hierarchical or Lateral?; 5.4 Activity Orientation: Relationship or Rule Priority?; 5.5 Temporal Orientation: Past or Future?; 5.6 Worldview Diversity in South Africa; References; 6 Through the Eyes of the 'Other': Interpreting Peace and What Is Required for Building a Sustainable Peace; 6.1 Relational Pillars of Sustainable Peace; Understanding the 'Other'; Encounter and Engagement; Peace Education; Respect; Cultural Equality
  • Healing from the Past6.2 Structural Pillars; Good Governance and Accountability; Civic Responsibility; National Unity; Past Redress; Socio-Economic Development; 6.3 Interpreting Peace Through the Lens of Worldview; References; 7 Transitional Policies, Group Identity and Intergroup Relations; 7.1 Shifting Identities: The Beginnings of Classism and the Division of 'Black' Identity; 7.2 Equal Opportunities: Unequal and Hardened Intergroup Relations; 7.3 Fixing of Identities; 7.4 Gendered Identities; 7.5 The Influence of Transitional Policies on Identity and Intergroup Relations; References
  • 8 Contributions and Recommendations: A Worldview Perspective for Peace-Building and Reconciliation in South Africa and Beyond8.1 Contributions and Recommendations to Peace-Building Theory and Practice; 8.2 Competing Worldviews Beyond South Africa; 8.3 Conclusion; References; Index
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9783030036553
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Reconciliation and building a sustainable peace : competing worldviews in South Africa and beyond, Cathy Bollaert
Publication
Antecedent source
unknown
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Carrier category
online resource
Carrier category code
  • cr
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Color
multicolored
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Intro; Acknowledgements; Contents; Abbreviations; List of Figures; List of Tables; Series Editor's Introduction; 1 Introduction: The Significance of Cultural Diversity on Peace-Building in Divided Societies; 1.1 Book Rationale; 1.2 Notes on Methodology; 1.3 Terminology Employed; 1.4 Structure of Book; References; 2 The Rainbow Nation: Identity, Intergroup Relations and Worldviews in South Africa; 2.1 Interpreting Apartheid; 2.2 The Rainbow Nation: South Africa's Transition to Democracy; 2.3 The End of the Rainbow? Intergroup Relations in the 'New' South Africa; 2.4 Conclusion; References
  • 3 Anchoring Concepts: Sustainable Peace, Identity, Culture and Worldview3.1 Sustainable Peace; 3.2 Identity; 3.3 Culture; 3.4 Worldview; 3.5 The Relationship Between Identity, Culture, Worldview and Intergroup Conflict; References; 4 Worldview Diversity Within South Africa's Truth and Reconciliation Commission; 4.1 Western Worldviews: Western Liberalism and Nationalism; 4.2 Interconnected Worldviews: The Ubuntu Philosophy; 4.3 A Worldview Analysis of the Truth and Reconciliation Commission; References; 5 Exploring the Diversity of Worldviews in South Africa
  • 5.1 Ontological Orientation: Scientific or Interconnected?5.2 Unit of Survival and Accountability: The Individual or the Collective?; 5.3 Social Organisation: Hierarchical or Lateral?; 5.4 Activity Orientation: Relationship or Rule Priority?; 5.5 Temporal Orientation: Past or Future?; 5.6 Worldview Diversity in South Africa; References; 6 Through the Eyes of the 'Other': Interpreting Peace and What Is Required for Building a Sustainable Peace; 6.1 Relational Pillars of Sustainable Peace; Understanding the 'Other'; Encounter and Engagement; Peace Education; Respect; Cultural Equality
  • Healing from the Past6.2 Structural Pillars; Good Governance and Accountability; Civic Responsibility; National Unity; Past Redress; Socio-Economic Development; 6.3 Interpreting Peace Through the Lens of Worldview; References; 7 Transitional Policies, Group Identity and Intergroup Relations; 7.1 Shifting Identities: The Beginnings of Classism and the Division of 'Black' Identity; 7.2 Equal Opportunities: Unequal and Hardened Intergroup Relations; 7.3 Fixing of Identities; 7.4 Gendered Identities; 7.5 The Influence of Transitional Policies on Identity and Intergroup Relations; References
  • 8 Contributions and Recommendations: A Worldview Perspective for Peace-Building and Reconciliation in South Africa and Beyond8.1 Contributions and Recommendations to Peace-Building Theory and Practice; 8.2 Competing Worldviews Beyond South Africa; 8.3 Conclusion; References; Index
Dimensions
unknown
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1 online resource
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9783030036553
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Note
SpringerLink
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Specific material designation
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  • (OCoLC)1084251682
  • (OCoLC)on1084251682

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