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Contents Preface Introduction Chapter 1 Human Security as an Integrating Concept in Peace, Security and Conviviality Studies Martha Cottam and Otwin Marenin Chapter 2 Redressing Security Deficits in Our Fragmented World: UN Perspectives and Beyond Tatsuo Kunugi Chapter 3 Reflections on Peace, Security and Kyosei (Conviviality) from Several Psychological Perspectives David W. Rackham Chapter 4 Psychological Dimensions of Conflict Craig D. Parks and Asako Stone Chapter 5 Kyosei: A Vision for Self, Community and Education in the 21st Century Fujita Hidenori Chapter 6 The Path to Positive Peace: On the Creative Destruction of U.S. Militarism Gregory Hooks Chapter 7 An Examination of the Economic Theory of Civil Conflict William S. Hallagan, Yijun He, Frederick S. Inaba, Mudziviri Nziramasanga, and AKM Mahbub Morshed Chapter 8 Scaling Down the Search for Peace and Security: Lessons Learned from the Emergence of Subnational Collaboratives Edward Weber Chapter 9 Coordination, Homeland Security, and the Problems of Organizational Design: Some Lessons from the Social Research Literature Steven Stehr Chapter 10 Risk Perceptions in the Risk Society: The Cognitive Architecture of Risk of Americans and Japanese Eugene Rosa Chapter 11 An Introduction to Safety Theory Yoichiro Murakami Chapter 12 Ideas of Public and Fundamental Happiness for the World of Diverging Convergence Yoshimichi Someya Chapter 13 Understanding Peace, Security, and Kyosei: An Intercultural Communication Perspective Mary M. Meares Chapter 14 Ethical and Religious Perspectives on Kyosei (Living Together) Michael W. Myers Chapter 15 Understanding the People of Other Faiths: Conviviality among Religions Anri Morimoto Chapter 16 The 21st Century United States Peace Movement T.V. Reed Chapter 17 Achieving Peace and Security: A Transnational Feminist Environmentalist Perspective Noel Sturgeon Chapter 18 War Memory and Peace: A Historian's Case Study of the Myths of Japan's Surrender Noriko Kawamura Chapter 19 A Reflection on the Pacifist Principle of the Japanese Constitution and the Idea of Human Security Shin Chiba Index
Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:
Peace -- Study and teaching.
Security, International -- Study and teaching.