タイトルConflict, Peace, Security and Development: Theories and Methodologies
著者・編者
  • Helen Hintjens
  • Dubravka Zarkov 編集
出版社;Routledge
出版年;2014年
ISBN;9780415844826
テキストリンクamazon

内容紹介

Whilst classical approaches linked development with peace, security has become central to understandings of both war and peacetime. This book uniquely reflects on how to deal with the convergence of war and peace in the context of global economic and geo-political development. It addresses methodological challenges in contemporary approaches to conflict, violence, security peace and development.

Two dominant contemporary approaches are selected for debate on methodologies and ethical choices: rational choice and identity-based theorizing. The chapters are arranged as dialogues around contending approaches, to better understand how the inter-locking fields of violent conflict, peace, development and security can be researched and understood. The book considers how theoretical and methodological approaches relate to different ethical and political choices, including around engagement and intervention in the four interwoven fields. Theoretical, methodological and ethical issues emerge from the critical reviews of academic discourses and case-study based chapters from across the world, including Sri Lanka, Ghana, Colombia and Rwanda.

This book is an invaluable resource for postgraduate students and researchers in Development Studies, Conflict Studies, Peace Studies and Security Studies.

著者について

Helen Hintjens is Assistant Professor in Development and Social Justice at the International Institute of Social Studies, The Netherlands.

Dubravka Zarkov is Associate Professor in Gender, Conflict and Development Studies at the International Institute of Social Studies, The Netherlands.

目次
  • 1. Introduction Conflict, Peace, Security and Development: Theories and Methodologies Dubavka Zarkov and Helen Hintjens 
Part 1: The State of the Fields 
  • 2. Peace, Conflict and Violence Johan Galtung 
  • 3. Humanitarian Assistance and New Humanitarianism: Some Old Questions Tim Jacoby 
  • 4. The Political Sociology of Statebuilding: Looking Beyond Weber Nicolas Lemay-Hébert  
Part 2 Economies for War and Peace  
  • 5. Conflict, Growth and (Under)Development Syed Mansoob Murshed 
  • 6. Off-Shore Oil in Ghana: Potentials for Conflict and Development David Naab Aratuo 
  • 7. Spaces of Memory and Intervention: Researching Post-Conflict Reconstruction in El Salado, Colombia Juliana Villarreal Part 3 Identity Politics of Conflicts 
  • 8. Identity Politics in Wars: Theorizing, Policy and Interventions Dubravka Zarkov  
  • 9. "As if there were two Rwandas": polarized research agendas in post-genocide Rwanda Helen Hintjens 
  • 10. Crafting Symbolic Geographies in Modern Turkey: Kurdish Assimilation and the Politics of (Re)Naming Beril Cakir  
  • 11. Law as an Instrument of Justice? Victim Reparations at the International Criminal Court Clara Garcia Orozco and Helen Hintjens 
Part 4 Methods and Methodologies  
  • 12. Sri Lanka’s Civil War: What Kind of Methodologies for Identity Conflict? Shyamika Jayasundara-Smits 
  • 13. Mathematical modelling and ‘ethnic conflict’ in Colombia . The impact of the Unit and the Level of Analysis Fabio Diaz Pabon 
  • 14. Comparing Datasets: Understanding Conceptual Differences in Quantitative Conflict Studies Ricardo Real Pedrosa de Sousa 
  • 15. Conclusion: Theorizing the Politics of Judgement Jolle Demmers