SPECIAL ISSUE ON PEACE, CONFLICT AND WAR
- THINKING ABOUT PEACE, CONFLICT, AND WAR: AN INTRODUCTION TO THE SPECIAL ISSUE - Sondra J. Fogel and Daniel Liechty, Special Editors
- THINKING ABOUT PEACE TODAY - Michael Allen Fox
- HUMANITARIAN AID AND THE STRUGGLE FOR PEACE AND JUSTICE: ORGANIZATIONAL INNOVATION AFTER A BLIND DATE - Joseph G. Bock
- CIVIL RESISTANCE AND THE CORRUPTIONVIOLENCE NEXUS - Shaazka Beyerle
- "JUST SAY NO": ORGANIZING AGAINST MILITARISM IN PUBLIC SCHOOLS - Scott Harding and Seth Kershner
- STUDENTS FOR PEACE: CONTEXTUAL AND FRAMING MOTIVATIONS OF ANTIWAR ACTIVISM - Eric Swank and Breanne Fahs
- PEACE AND WAR IN THE QUR'AN AND JURIDICAL LITERATURE: A COMPARATIVE PERSPECTIVE - Liyakat Takim
- CONTESTING BUDDHISMS ON CONFLICTED LAND: SARVODAYA SHRAMADANA AND BUDDHIST PEACEMAKING - Masumi Hayashi-Smith
- POSSIBILITIES FOR PEACE: GERMANY'S TRANSFORMATION OF A CULTURE OF WAR - S. Elizabeth Snyder
- WORLD PEACE: A FIRST STEP COMMENTARY FOR THE SPECIAL ISSUE - Michael D. Knox
- Due to the level of response to the special issue topic, the Journal of Sociology & Social Welfare does not contain any book reviews this issue. This section will return in our September 2011 issue.
"Journal of Sociology & Social Welfare Vol. 38, No. 2 (June 2011),"
The Journal of Sociology & Social Welfare: Vol. 38:
2, Article 1.
Available at: https://scholarworks.wmich.edu/jssw/vol38/iss2/1
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