The Handbook of Interethnic Coexistence
Continuum, 1998 - Social Science - 653 pages
Wide-ranging and authoritative, The Handbook of Interethnic Coexistence addresses the question of how ethnic groups and nations can coexist without sacrificing their own identities and values. Written by authorities in conflict resolution, social psychology, and international relations, this handbook actually advocates the new professional field of coexistence work. It includes comprehensive bibliographies, organizations that sponsor coexistence work, and graduate programs in dispute resolution.
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This ambitious "primer on coexistence" is sponsored by the Abraham Fund, an organization dedicated to fostering Jewish-Arab coexistence in Israel, and compiled by one of its cofounders. A literary ... Read full review