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Working with children and young people in violently divided societies

Working with children and young people in violently divided societies

papers from South Africa and Northern Ireland

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Published by Community Conflict Impact on Children in Belfast .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Children and war -- Congresses.,
  • Children and violence -- Northern Ireland -- Congresses.,
  • Children and violence -- South Africa -- Congresses.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementedited by Marie Smyth and Kirsten Thomson.
    GenreCongresses.
    ContributionsSmyth, Marie, 1953-, Thomson, Kirsten., Community Conflict Impact on Children., Colloquium on Best Practice in Working with Children and Young People in Violently Divided Societies (2000 : Cape Town (South Africa))
    The Physical Object
    Pagination244 p. :
    Number of Pages244
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL15560366M
    ISBN 100953330583
    OCLC/WorldCa52516805

    violently divided societies. Over the past two decades there has been an increase in the funding of research in and on violently divided societies. But how do we know whether research makes any difference to these societies—is the impact constructive or destructive? This book is the first to systematically explore this. Download Sport is a cultural institution that stands at the interface between political and civil society. In divided communities, sport has been an agent of separation, sectarian hatred and violence, but also a highly effective tool for conflict resolution, reconciliation and peace-building.

    Integrated, mixed, or inclusive education is one example of this, where children and young people from different racial and/or religious backgrounds are educated : Shelley Mckeown. Get this from a library! Growing Up in Divided Societies.. [Madeleine Leonard; Martina McKnight; Spyros Spyrou] -- Collectively the papers in this ebook illuminate how children and young people's lives are impacted by ethnic and political divisions and their multi-faceted and, at times, contradictory responses to.

    Smyth, M. and Robinson, G. (eds.) Researching Violently Divided Societies: Ethical and Methodological Issues. London, Pluto. Stewart, D and Thomson, K. The FACE YOUR FEAR Club: Therapeutic Group Work with Young Children as a Response to Community Trauma in Northern Ireland, in: British Journal of Social Work, 35, ppCited by: 5.   JFK's Forgotten Crisis: Tibet, the CIA, and the Sino-Indian War by Bruce cover a wide range of ethical and methodological concerns through the issues they faced while researching and working in violently divided contexts. The specific demands of conducting this research in war-torn and divided societies have View Product [ x Brand: Brookings Institution Press.


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Working with children and young people in violently divided societies: papers from South Africa and Northern Ireland. [Marie Smyth; Kirsten Thomson; INCORE.;] -- These papers were written for a Colloquium on 'Best Practice in Working with Children and Young People in Violently Divided Societies' which took place in Cape Town, South Africa, from Working With Children And Young People In Violently Divided Societies: Papers From South Africa And Northern Ireland avg rating — 0 ratings Want to Read saving /5.

Working with children and young people in violently divided societies Papers from South Africa and Northern Ireland By M. Smyth, Belfast (United Kingdom) Community Conflict Impact on Children and Londonderry (United Kingdom). Smyth, M. and Thompson, K. () Working with Children and Young People in Violently Divided Societies: Papers from South Africa and Northern by:   Working with children and young people in violently divided societies: Chapters from South Africa and Northern Ireland.

In M. Smyth & K. Thompson (Eds.), Community conflict impact on children (pp. –).Cited by: 3. The lateth century Rooseveltian perception of war as an ideal method of forging a nation's manhood has waned. The development of weapons of mass destruction, along with the increased media coverage of the consequences of war, have changed the nature of warfare.

Politicians and the army are more concerned than ever to avoid casualties, at least on their own side. MILITARIZATION OF YOUTH IN VIOLENTLY DIVIDED SOCIETIES Young Combatants and Society: Options for Young Combatants. The role that young people play in con-flict depends on whether they can legiti-mately join an official, state-endorsed military organization.

In some societies, young people, particularly young males, can enlist in the military. Gallagher, A. () `Conflict and Young People in Northern Ireland: The Role of Schools', in M.

Smyth and M. Thomson (eds) Working with Children and Young People in Violently Divided Societies. Coleraine: Centre for Conflict Research. Google ScholarCited by: This book, produced as a result of an international collaboration between researchers in Eastern Europe, Africa, the Middle East, Northern Ireland and elsewhere aims to: * Provide a guide to the issues faced by researchers working in violently divided contexts; * Document the insights and practice wisdom of practising researchers operating in such contexts; * Afford access to the Format: Paperback.

perception of the violent ‘urban spaces’ and the ‘peaceful countryside’ has to be challenged. Keywords: young people, segregation, urban, rural, identity Introduction year olds living in Northern Ireland today can be seen as part of a generation growing up at a time when Northern Ireland’s society is slowly coming out of violent Cited by: 1.

Based on the author's extensive research in Lebanon and Northern Ireland, and drawing on numerous examples from other divided societies, this book examines a range of social movements, including nationalists, victims, sexual minorities, labour movements, feminists, environmentalists, secularists, and peace : Taylor And Francis.

In Smyth, M. & Thomson, K. (Eds.) (). Working with children and young people in violently divided societies: Papers from South Africa and Northern Ireland.

Belfast: Community Conflict Impact on Children. () Working With Children and Young People in Violently Divided Societies: Papers from South Africa and Northern Ireland. Derry Londonderry, INCORE / the United Nations University and the University of Ulster. (with Kirsten Thomson) (eds) ISBN (pp).

() Researching Violently Divide Societies: Ethical and Methodological Issues. Tokyo: United Nations University Press. (with Gillian Robinson) (eds) ISBN (pp) () Working With Children and Young People in Violently Divided Societies: Papers from South Africa and Northern Ireland. Based on the author's extensive research in Lebanon and Northern Ireland, and drawing on numerous examples from other divided societies, this book examines a range of social movements, including nationalists, victims, sexual minorities, labour movements, feminists, environmentalists, secularists, and peace : Taylor And Francis.

The study found that young people were active co-constructors, rather than passive recipients, of representations of childhood in children’s books. Young people demonstrated that they were Author: Madeleine Leonard.

(ebook) Researching Violently Divided Societies () from Dymocks online store. This book, produced as a result of an international collaboration between researchers in Eastern Europe, Africa, the Middle East, Northern Ireland and elsewhere aims to:* Provide a guide to the issues faced by researchers working in violently divided.

The book argues that teachers and professionals working with children in sport are centrally important agents for value transmission and change and therefore need to develop a deeper understanding of how sport can be used to encourage pro-social values, and offers suggestions for developing a curriculum for teaching values through sport in.

book, produced as a result of an international collaboration between researchers in Eastern Europe, Africa, the Middle East, Northern Ireland and elsewhere has five objectives. The first is to provide a Guide to The issues faced by researchers working in violently divided : Divided Societies’’ based at INCORE (International Conflict Research) at the University of Ulster in Northern Ireland, and brought together researchers on African conflicts frominside and outside the continent to address the various issues and challenges of researching violent societies in the post-Cold War period and how they may be Size: KB.

Delegates from South Africa visited Northern Ireland this month for ideas on helping children deal with social conflict. They took part in a seminar entitled 'Transforming schools, transforming societies', organised by Community Conflict Impact on Children, a Belfast organisation focusing on the impact of the sectarian conflict there on children and young people.

I ’m sitting in “circle time” with eight young people aged eight to 16 in Winston’s Wish, a voluntary organisation that supports children who have lost someone they love.

I Author: Al Aynsley-Green.The Centre for the Study of Divided Societies was created in to provide a global focal point for teaching and research on ethno-national problems that divide and unite societies across the modern world.

The Centre for the Study of Divided Societies makes a significant contribution to .