Über den Autor
Daniel Christie is Professor Emeritus of Psychology at The Ohio State University and Fulbright Specialist in Peace and Conflict Studies. He is co-editor of Peace, Conflict, and Violence: Peace Psychology for the 21st Century (2001), and series editor of The Peace Psychology Book Series. Christie has worked to define, advance, and position peace psychology as a foundational discipline for programs in peace and conflict studies around the world, and has served as President of the Peace Psychology Division of the American Psychological Association.
Topics CoveredrnActivismnAggressionnBiological perspectivenChildrennCivil societynCognitionnConflictnConflict managementnContact theorynCopingnCritical perspectivenCulturenDecision-makingnDrama theorynDynamical systems theorynEducationnEmotionnEmpathynEthicsnForgivenessnGendernGlobal issuesnGroup processesnHuman rightsnIdeologynIndigenous peacemakingnInfluence processesnIntergroup relationsnInternational relationsnIntervention methodsnLevels of analysisnLiberation psychologynMedianMilitarynMoralnNonviolencenObediencenPeace psychologynPeace studiesnPersonalitynPolitical psychologynPositioning theorynPrejudicenReconciliationnRefugeesnResearch methodsnResiliencenSocial identity theorynSocial justicenSocial psychologynSocial representationsnSpiritualitynStereotypenTerrorismnThreatnTraumanViolence
The Encyclopedia of Peace Psychology, available online through Wiley Online Library or as a three-volume print set, is a state-of-the-art resource featuring almost 300 entries contributed by leading international scholars that examine the psychological dimensions of peace and conflict studies.rn* First reference work to focus exclusively on psychological analyses and perspectives on peace and conflictn* Cross-disciplinary, linking psychology to other social science disciplinesn* Includes nearly 300 entries written and edited by leading scholars in the field from around the worldn* Examines key concepts, theories, methods, issues, and practices that are defining this growing field in the 21st centuryn* Includes timely topics such as genocide, hate crimes, torture, terrorism, racism, child abuse, and moren* A valuable reference for psychologists, and scholars, students, and practitioners in peace and conflict studies