This comprehensive introuction covers the development of peace psychology in the Balkans, a region marked by conflict and transitional turmoil. The book is written by scholars from Kosovo, Serbia, Bosnia, Bulgaria, Romania, Macedonia, Croatia, and Slovenia.
The volume covers the development of peace psychology in the Balkans. The Balkans is a region marked by post-communist and post-conflict transitional turmoil, and this book provides a comprehensive introduction to research in peace psychology in this part of the world, written by scholars primarily working in the Balkan area. It brings together innovative scholarship that examines interdisciplinary aspects of peace psychology researched and written by scholars from Kosovo, Serbia, Bosnia, Bulgaria, Romania, Macedonia, Croatia, and Slovenia as well as presenting research that responds to contemporary global issues by tracking the ways in which peace psychology is developing and implementing in the Balkans.
Focuses on issues relating to the post-communist and post-conflict transitions faced by countries within this region Introduces theories and practices of peace psychology in the Balkans Multidisclipinary viewpoint not only focusing on psychology, but also politics, law, cultural and peace conflict studies