Cultural Contestation in Ethnic Conflict
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Cultural Contestation in Ethnic Conflict by Marc Howard Ross
Book DescriptionEthnic conflict often focuses on culturally charged symbols and rituals that evoke strong emotions from all sides. Marc Howard Ross examines battles over diverse cultural expressions, including Islamic headscarves in France, parades in Northern Ireland, holy sites in Jerusalem and Confederate flags in the American South to propose a psychocultural framework for understanding ethnic conflict, as well as barriers to, and opportunities for, its mitigation. His analysis explores how culture frames interests, structures demand-making and shapes how opponents can find common ground to produce constructive outcomes to long-term disputes. He focuses on participants' accounts of conflict to identify emotionally significant issues, and the power of cultural expressions to link individuals to larger identities and shape action. Ross shows that, contrary to popular belief, culture does not necessarily exacerbate conflict; rather, the constructed nature of psychocultural narratives can facilitate successful conflict mitigation through the development of more inclusive narratives and identities.
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Book DetailsISBN: 9780521870139
(228mm x 152mm x 25mm)
Imprint: Cambridge University Press
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
Publish Date: 3-May-2007
Country of Publication: United Kingdom
Books By Author Marc Howard Ross
Cultural Contestation in Ethnic Conflict, Paperback (May 2007)
Studies how culture drives ethnic conflict, but can also help mitigate it.
Management of Conflict, Paperback (August 1995)» View all books by Marc Howard Ross
This text offers a cross-cultural approach to conflict management. It identifies key features of constructive conflict management societies and evaluates three strategies of conflict management showing how each succeeds or fails, for example, the hostility in Northern Ireland.
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Author Biography - Marc Howard Ross
Marc Howard Ross is William Rand Kenan Jr. Professor of Political Science at Bryn Mawr College where he has taught since 1968. He has had a long term interest in social science theories of conflict and their implications for conflict management and has done research in East Africa, France, Northern Ireland, the Middle East, Spain, South Africa and the United States. Professor Ross has written or edited six books including The Culture of Conflict (1993) and The Management of Conflict (1993).
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