Peace as a Global Language: Peace and Welfare in the Global and Local Community

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iUniverse, 2016/07/22 - 220 ページ

This book is comprised of a collection of essays compiled by presenters who attended the annual Peace as a Global Language Conference at Rikkyo University in 2013, which took as its theme Peace and Welfare in the Local and Global Community. From civil and community conflict, media literacy and music to middle-east peacemaking, there is something here for all scholars and educators with an interest in peace studies and education.

 

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Foreword
How do Japanese elementary school children perceive
Exploring the link
Toward a utopian peace education by Nicholas Kasparek
Towards the creation of a dynamic learning environment
using the Putumayo World Music
Rethinking the cause
A nationalist turn in Japanese foreign
simulacra of peacemaking
Conflict and consequences for a rural
Misconceptions misunderstandings
Appendix
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Each of the twelve chapters is contributed by a different author or authors, most of whom are researchers and scholars based in Japan. Author bios can be found in the foreword of the book. The editors are Tina Ottman, Zane Ritchie, Hugh Palmer and Daniel Warchulski.

Each of the twelve chapters is contributed by a different author or authors, most of whom are researchers and scholars based in Japan. Author bios can be found in the foreword of the book. The editors are Tina Ottman, Zane Ritchie, Hugh Palmer and Daniel Warchulski.

Each of the twelve chapters is contributed by a different author or authors, most of whom are researchers and scholars based in Japan. Author bios can be found in the foreword of the book. The editors are Tina Ottman, Zane Ritchie, Hugh Palmer and Daniel Warchulski.

Each of the twelve chapters is contributed by a different author or authors, most of whom are researchers and scholars based in Japan. Author bios can be found in the foreword of the book. The editors are Tina Ottman, Zane Ritchie, Hugh Palmer and Daniel Warchulski.

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