Promoting the Culture of Peace in Children
A Special Issues of peace & Conflict
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First published in 2001. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.
Table of Contents
Volume 7, Number 1, 2001
Contents: M. Schwebel, Promoting the Culture of Peace in Children: Introduction. P. Verbeek, F.B.M. de Waal, Peacemaking Among Preschool Children. I. Hakvoort, S. Hägglund, Concepts of Peace and War as Described by Dutch and Swedish Girls and Boys. F. McLernon, E. Cairns, The Impact of Political Violence on Images of War and Peace in Drawings of Primary School Children. E. Frydenberg, R. Lewis, R. Ardila, E. Cairns, G. Kennedy, Adolescent Concern With Social Issues: An Exploratory Comparison Between Australian, Colombian and Northern Irish Students. REVIEWS. I. Hakvoort, Listening to Hungarian and Polish Adolescents. D. Carment, Managing Conflict Seriously: Practical Goals for UN Security Reform. D.P. Barash, A Reiterated Agenda. K. Brabeck, Justification For and Implementation of Peace Education. W.C. Clemens, Jr., Civil Wars and Civil Peace. M. Van Vugt, Globalization: Public Good or Bad? D. Williams, Mediators Need to Understand How Their Techniques Actually Work. C. Strozier, Apocalyptic Visions.