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Browsing Working Papers and Occasional Papers by Title

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  • Wilkins, Roger (School for Conflict Analysis and Resolution, 1994-03-01)
    The promise for the cities in the 1960s was that America had taken an honest look at its racial history. The country was rich then and growing and vital. Some people thought that America had experienced a profound change ...
  • Sandole, Dennis J. D. (School for Conflict Analysis and Resolution, 2001-06)
    “Dr. Dennis Sandole has long been interested in questions of peace and security and has published a range of empirical and theoretically oriented studies on the subject. This current Working Paper represents a report on ...
  • Rapoport, Anatol (School for Conflict Analysis and Resolution, 1997-04-23)
    "...It is a very great pleasure to welcome Dr. Anatol Rapoport to George Mason University to deliver the Tenth Annual Vernon M. and Minnie I. Lynch Lecture, "Conceptions of World Order: Building Peace in the Third Millennium," ...
  • LeBaron, Michelle; Garon, Stephen (School for Conflict Analysis and Resolution, 1998-06)
    “The 1992 publication, Conflict and Culture: A Literature Review and Bibliography by Michelle LeBaron begins with the premise that the goals of conflict resolution are complementary to those of multiculturalism. It further ...
  • Mitchell, Christopher (School for Conflict Analysis and Resolution, 1989-03)
    “Christopher R. Mitchell's ‘Conflict Resolution and Civil War: The Sudanese Settlement of 1972’ is the third in a series of Working Papers reflecting the research interests and findings of the Center for Conflict Analysis ...
  • Rubenstein, Richard (School for Conflict Analysis and Resolution, 1996-01)
    “The two public lectures contained in this working paper were presented by Institute for Conflict Analysis and Resolution faculty member Richard E. Rubenstein at the University of Malta. ‘Conflict Resolution and Political ...
  • Burton, John W (School for Conflict Analysis and Resolution, 1988)
    “‘Conflict Resolution as a political System" was the first of the Institute's series of working Papers to be published, and when it came out in 1988 both the author and the then Director regarded the series as a vehicle ...
  • Sandole, Dennis J. D. (School for Conflict Analysis and Resolution, 1992-10)
    “This timely paper by Dr. Sandole is part of a continuing project at the Institute intendedto analyse and recommend remedies for the resurgence of overt and violent conflict in Eastern Europe. It takes the form of a ...
  • Mitchell, Christopher (School for Conflict Analysis and Resolution, 1995-12)
    “The field of conflict resolution has reached a point in its evolution where hunches and intuitive guesses are being transformed into testable theoretical propositions. Nowhere is this more important than in the debate ...
  • Boulding, Elise; Boulding, Kenneth E. (School for Conflict Analysis and Resolution, 1990-03)
    If conflict is a basic fact of human existence, then the key to peace must be the management of conflict, not its abolition. An important concept for me is the conflict management continuum; one end represents destruction ...
  • Gobodo-Madikizela, Pumla (School for Conflict Analysis and Resolution, 2002-02)
    “In this paper, Gobodo-Madikizela focuses on the very micro process of reconciliation and the issue of apology and forgiveness. She asks, ‘How can we understand forgiveness in the context of tragedy?’ She argues that ...
  • Dunn, David J (School for Conflict Analysis and Resolution, 2013)
    “In three major sections, what follows is unified by the notion of need. The uses of this term are slightly different, but there is a unity throughout. That unity is the life and work of John W. Burton, whose contribution ...
  • Crocker, Jarle; Docherty, Jayne (School for Conflict Analysis and Resolution, 2000-05)
    “Among the different types of social conflict that have been studied by social scientists, disputes over the environment have been recognized as uniquely rich avenues for intellectual - inquiry. Often occurring at the ...
  • Galtung, Johan (School for Conflict Analysis and Resolution, 1996-10)
    Barbara W. Tuchman, in her fine book The March of Folly,' studies four cases of foreign policy actors-Troy in the Battle of Troy. the Renaissance Popes during the Protestant Reformation, England and the American Revolution. ...
  • Paczynska, Agnieszka (School for Conflict Analysis and Resolution, 2004-02)
    “The economic changes brought on by globalization imply a fundamental restructuring of the relationship between the state and society, a transformation that inherently generates conflicts. Everyone has been affected by ...
  • Rubenstein, Richard (School for Conflict Analysis and Resolution, 1989-03)
    “‘Group Violence in America: The Fire Next Time?’ is the second working paper of the Center for Conflict Analysis and Resolution at George Mason University. Both writings will come as a surprise to those who think of ...
  • Mahoney, Liam; Eguren, Luis Enrique (School for Conflict Analysis and Resolution, 1996-03)
    “The processes of nonviolent conflict management, resolution, and transformation work best where state systems are democratic and/or have high levels of political, economic, and social legitimacy. Where regimes are controlled ...
  • Midgley, J. R. (School for Conflict Analysis and Resolution, 2002-02)
    “The extraordinary transition in South Africa has received well-deserved attention. Midgley tells a less well-known part of the story relating to the work by members of a collection of Peace Committees acting to manage and ...
  • Lazarus, Ned (School for Conflict Analysis and Resolution, 2015-03-18)
    “Advocates of Israeli-Palestinian peace face a season of soul-searching as the second decade since the Oslo Accords passes without the key deliverable: the final status treaty originally scheduled for signing in the twentieth ...
  • Oren, Neta (School for Conflict Analysis and Resolution, 2009-11-20)
    This study focuses on a major component of the psychological repertoire that evolves during an intractable conflict – the ethos of conflict and the changes in this ethos over time. The study presents a theoretical ...

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