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Manual peace

The updated and expanded edition of this manual contains the latest knowledge on peace, peace policy and peace and conflict research. The contributions deal systematically with the concept of peace from a scientific and political perspective. The diverse content-related dimensions and references to the concept of peace are made clear. The findings of a total of 65 authors offer a comprehensive picture of the current and future challenges of peace research and peace policy and include the practice of peace work.

The content
  • The concept of peace from a scientific and political perspective
  • Conceptual field of peace
  • Peace contexts

The target groups

  • Scientists, lecturers and students of political and social sciences as well as philosophy, theology and law
  • Students and teachers of peace and conflict research
  • Political actors and those involved in peace practice
  • The general public interested in peace policy issues

The publishers

Prof. Dr. Hans J. GieƟmann is director of the Berghof Foundation in Berlin.

Dr. Bernhard Rinkeis Professor of Social Sciences at the University of Applied Sciences for Public Administration in North Rhine-Westphalia, Duisburg Department.

Keywords

Peace Research Conflict Research Peace Movement Peace Policy War

Editors and affiliations

  • Hans J. Giessmann
  • Bernhard Rinke
  1. 1. Berghof FoundationBerlinGermany
  2. 2. University of Applied Sciences for Public Administration NRWDuisburgGermany

About the editors

Prof. Dr. Hans J. Giessmann is director of the Berghof Foundation in Berlin.


Dr. Bernhard Rinkeis Professor of Social Sciences at the University of Applied Sciences for Public Administration in North Rhine-Westphalia, Duisburg Department.

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