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Daiute, Colette
Human development and political violence / Colette Daiute
New York : Cambridge University Press, c2010
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Subject(s) Youth and violence
Developmental psychology
Life cycle, Human
Political violence -- Social aspects
Social change -- Psychological aspects
Physical Description xxii, 280 p. : ill., map ; 23 cm
Note Includes bibliographical references (p. 261-271) and index
Summary "Human Development and Political Violence presents an innovative approach to research and practice with young people growing up in the context of political violence. Based on developmental theory, this book explains and illustrates how children and youth interact with environments defined by war, armed conflict, and the aftermath involving displacement, poverty, political instability, and personal loss. The case study for this inquiry was a research workshop in four countries of the former Yugoslavia, where youth aged 12 to 27 participated in activities designed to promote their development. The theory-based Dynamic Story-Telling by Youth workshop engaged participants as social historians and critics sharing their experiences via narratives, evaluations of society, letters to public officials, debates, and collaborative inquiries. Analyses of these youth perspectives augment archival materials and researcher field notes to offer insights about developmental strategies for dealing with the threats and opportunities of war and major political change"--Provided by publisher
Note Machine generated contents note: 1. Beyond the youth gap in understanding political violence; 2. Youth and society work together; 3. Living history; 4. From frozen narratives to critical narrating; 5. Power genres; 6. Sociobiographies; 7. Human development in conflict

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