By E. Gürcan,E. Peker
By Ronald B. Jacobson
This booklet takes a brand new perspective on a much-studied phenomenon, focusing on the position of domination and identification building, realizing and self-knowledge, ethical transformation and the social neighborhood, platforms of teaching and hierarchy utilized by education, and the function they play in bullying. Exploring normal narratives of price inside of education (i.e., who counts and who doesn’t?), the quantity indicates how bullying might make feel to a pupil as a pathway of id building inside such tales (discourses and practices taken up through schools). It indicates how we can "tell a brand new tale" and create a brand new culture which may perhaps undermine, or shut off, the attract of bullying as a "need-meeting" road for college students inside of schools.
By Deborah Cowen,Emily Gilbert
For all too seen purposes, battle, empire, and army clash became super sizzling issues within the academy. Given the altering nature of struggle, one of many extra promising parts of scholarly research has been the advance of recent theories of struggle and war’s impression on society. War, Citizenship, Territory positive aspects 19 chapters that examine the impression of battle and militarism on citizenship, even if conventional territorially-bound nationwide citizenship or "transnational" citizenship. Cowen and Gilbert argue that whereas there was an explosion of labor on citizenship and territory, Western academia’s avoidance of the instant results of battle (among different issues) has led them to disregard battle, which they contend is either pervasive and good nigh permanent. This quantity units forth a brand new, geopolitically established thought of war’s transformative function on modern varieties of citizenship and territoriality, and comprises empirical chapters that provide international insurance.
By Linda Ebbers,Dominik Werner
Sie nähert sich dabei zunächst durch Interviews mit den Mitarbeitern des Zentrums des Theaters der Unterdrückten in Rio de Janeiro und die Beobachtung ihrer Arbeit der Thematik auf illustrative paintings und Weise an. Sie untersucht auf Grundlage der Ansätze John Paul Lederachs und Johan Galtungs zur Konflikttransformation die Möglichkeiten und Grenzen des TdU, in diesem Feld wirksam eingesetzt zu werden, und formuliert konkrete Handlungsempfehlungen.
Ebbers legt ein kenntnis- und erkenntnisreiches Buch vor zum spannenden Themenkomplex des Friedensstiftens durch Kunst, konkret: durch Methoden des Theaters der Unterdrückten in der culture Augusto Boals, mit denen sie sich anschaulich und praxisnah auseinandersetzt und deren friedensstiftendes Potenzial sie beeindruckend aufzeigt. Das Buch wendet sich an Praktiker im und Interessierte am TdU gleichermaßen wie an Konfliktforscher und Theaterpädagogen.
By Bettina Schmidt,Ingo Schroeder
By Christine Hentschel
Focusing at the South African urban of Durban, Security within the Bubble seems to be at spatialized protection practices, enticing with options and dilemmas of city defense governance in towns all over the world. whereas apartheid was once spatial governance at its so much brutal, postapartheid South African towns have attempted to reinvent house, utilizing it as a “positive” means of governance.
Christine Hentschel lines the contours of 2 rising city regimes of governing protection in modern Durban: handsome space and instant space. good-looking house is ready aesthetic and affective communique as capacity to creating areas secure. fast house, however, addresses the crime-related own “navigation” structures hired by way of city citizens at any time when they circulation in the course of the urban. whereas good-looking area embraces the powers of allure, immediate house operates in the course of the powers of fleeing. In either regimes, safeguard is conceived no longer as a public sturdy yet as a situational adventure that can.
No longer reducible to the after-pains of racial apartheid, this city’s fragmentation is now larger conceptualized, based on Hentschel, as a heterogeneous ensemble of bubbles of imagined safety.
By Peter M. Kellett
By Estelle B. Freedman
By A. Valiani