The Cultural Dimension of Peace and Reconciliation outlines an emerging cultural turn in Peace Studies. Taking an anthropological view of decentralization and peace processes in Indonesia as its central focus, it provides an informed understanding of the cultural dimension of reconciliation that is essential for the reintegration of societies that have undergone mass violence and long-lasting conflict. BrAcuchler's study warns of one-sided instrumentalization or harmonization theories, and promotes a critical stance towards the use of 'culture', 'tradition' and 'the local' in peacebuilding. Her focus is on intra-state violence between groups defined by ethnicity, religion or other sub-national (or transnational) collective identities. Based on multi-sited and multi-temporal ethnographic fieldwork, this book develops an approach that opens up spaces and sets a new standard for Peace and Conflict Studies and the anthropology of peace.Antropologi Indonesia (Special issue): 87a99. http://www.jai.or.id/jurnal/2004/sv/ 08bp_sv04.pdf (28.1.2006). Panggabean, Samsu Rizal. ... [Penelitian Kerusuhan , Laporan Akhir, Universitas Pattimura, Ambon] Pattikayhatu, John A. 2005. Sekilas Sejarah Provinsi ... Tragedi Maluku: Sebuah Krisis Peradaban a Analisis Kritis Aspek Politik, Ekonomi, SosialBudaya dan Keamanan. Jakarta: Yayasan Oboranbsp;...
|Title||:||The Cultural Dimension of Peace|
|Publisher||:||Palgrave Macmillan - 2015-08-04|