1st Edition

Multi-Level Reconciliation and Peacebuilding
Stakeholder Perspectives



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ISBN 9780367862312
December 6, 2020 Forthcoming by Routledge
336 Pages 10 B/W Illustrations

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Book Description

This edited volume examines the group dynamics of social reconciliation in conflict-affected societies by adopting ideas developed in social psychology and the ‘everyday peace’ discourse in peace and conflict studies.

The book revisits the intra- and inter-group dynamics of social reconciliation in conflict-affected societies, which have been largely marginalised in mainstream peacebuilding debates. By applying social psychological perspectives and the discourse of everyday peace, the chapters explore the everyday experience of community actors engaged in social and political reconciliation. The first part of the volume introduces conceptual and theoretical studies that focus on the pros and cons of state-level reconciliation and their outcomes, while presenting theoretical insights into dialogical processes upon which reconciliation studies can develop further. The second part presents a series of empirical case studies from around the world, which examine the process of social reconciliation at community levels through the lens of social psychology and discourse analysis.

This book will be of much interest to students of peacebuilding, conflict resolution, social psychology, discourse analysis and International Relations in general.

Table of Contents

1. Introduction

Kevin P. Clements and SungYong Lee

Part I: Reconciliation: Concepts and Approaches

2. Promoting Reconciliation: Going Back to Basics

Kevin P. Clements

3. Behavioural Peacebuilding: Ensuring Sustainable Reconciliation

Mari Fitzduff

4. Interreligious Dialogue and the Path to Reconciliation

Mohammed Abu-Nimer

5. Towards Reconciliation culture(s) in Asian Buddhist Societies?

Chaiwat Satha-Anand

6. Preventing Violence and Promoting Active Bystandership and Peace and Conflict

Ervin Staub

7. No Peace without Trust: The Trust and Conflict Map as a Tool for Reconciliation

Mariska Kappmeier, Chiara Venanzetti and J.M. Inton-Campbell

Part II: Reconciliation in Practice

8. The Humanity of the Dead: Rethinking National Reconciliation in Contemporary Timor-Leste

Damian Grenfell

9. Tales of Progress: Creating Inclusive Reconciliation Narratives Post-Conflict

Caitlin Mollica

10. Between forgiveness and revenge: The reconstruction of social relationship in post-Khmer Rouge Cambodia

SungYong Lee

11. Competitive Victimhood, Reconciliation and Intergenerational Responsibility

Ria Shibata

12. Legitimising peace: Representations of victimhood and reconciliation in the narratives of local peacebuilders in Northern Ireland

Rachel Rafferty

13. Modelling Reconciliation and Peace Processes: Lessons from Syrian War Refugees and World War 2

Raymond F. Paloutzian, Zeynep Sagir and F. LeRon Shults

14. Conclusion

SungYong Lee and Kevin P. Clements

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Editor(s)

Biography

Kevin P. Clements is Emeritus Professor at the University of Otago, New Zealand, and the Director of Toda Peace Institute, Japan.

SungYong Lee is Senior Lecturer of the National Centre for Peace and Conflict Studies at the University of Otago, New Zealand.