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  • 1
    Book
    Book
    New York ; Oxford : Berghahn Books
    Format: vi, 292 pages
    ISBN: 9781785336164 , 9781789200881 , 978-1-78533-617-1
    Series Statement: Studies in forced migration Volume 37
    Content: Providing nuanced accounts of how the social identities of men and women, the context of displacement and the experience or manifestation of <em class="albert-highlight">violence</em> interact, this collection offers conceptual analyses and in-depth case studies to illustrate how <em class="albert-highlight">gender</em> relations are affected by displacement, encampment and return. The essays show how these factors lead to various forms of direct, indirect and structural <em class="albert-highlight">violence</em>. This ranges from discussions of norms reflected in policy documents and practise, the relationship between relief structures and living conditions in camps, to forced military recruitment and forced return, and covers countries in Africa, Asia and Europe.
    Note: Includes bibliographical references and index. - Hier auch später erschienene unveränderte Nachdrucke
    Additional Edition: Erscheint auch als Gender, violence, refugees
    Language: English
    Subjects: Sociology
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    Keywords: Weiblicher Flüchtling ; Flüchtlingslager ; Gewalt gegen Frauen ; Geschlechterrolle
    Author information: Krause, Ulrike 1983-
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  • 2
    Book
    Book
    New York : Berghahn Books
    Format: vi, 292 Seiten , 23 cm
    Edition: First paperback edition
    ISBN: 9781789200881 , 9781785336171
    Series Statement: Studies in forced migration volume 37
    Content: Providing nuanced accounts of how the social identities of men and women, the context of displacement and the experience or manifestation of <em class="albert-highlight">violence</em> interact, this collection offers conceptual analyses and in-depth case studies to illustrate how <em class="albert-highlight">gender</em> relations are affected by displacement, encampment and return. The essays show how these factors lead to various forms of direct, indirect and structural <em class="albert-highlight">violence</em>. This ranges from discussions of norms reflected in policy documents and practise, the relationship between relief structures and living conditions in camps, to forced military recruitment and forced return, and covers countries in Africa, Asia and Europe.
    Note: Originally published: 2017 , Literaturangaben , Register , Conceptualizing Gender, Violence and Refugees , UNHCR Policy on Refugee Women : A 25-Year Retrospective , Victims of Chaos and Subaltern Sexualities? : Some Reflections on Common Assumptions about Displacement and the Prevalence of Sexual and Gender-Based Violence , Refugees, Global Governance and the Local Politics of Violence against Women , 'Solidarity' and 'Gender Equality' as a Discourse of Violence in Sweden : Exclusion of Refugees by the Decent Citizen , Spatializing Inequalities : The Situation of Women in Refugee Centres in Germany , 'Faithing' Gender and Responses to Violence in Refugee Communities : Insights from the Sahrawi Refugee Camps and the Democratic Republic of Congo , Formidable Intersections : Forced Migration, Gender and Livelihoods , Experiencing Gender, Violence, Refuge , Escaping Conflicts and Being Safe? : Post-conflict Refugee Camps and the Continuum of Violence , Lost Boys, Invisible Girls : Children, Gendered Violence in Wartime and Displacement in South Sudan , Military Recruitment of Sudanese Refugee Men in Uganda : a Tale of National Patronage and International Failure , Gender, Violence, and Deportation : Angola’s Forced Return of Congolese Migrant Workers , The Romance of Return : Post-exile Lives and Interpersonal Violence Over Land in Burundi
    Language: English
    Author information: Krause, Ulrike 1983-
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  • 3
    Format: 1 Online-Ressource
    Series Statement: eHRAF World Cultures
    Content: The Burundi collection provides historical, cultural and economic information on Burundi culture and society, circa 1907-1998. Documents that discuss the colonial period cover important themes including physical geography and material culture, ethnicity and social structure, law and custom, and <em class="albert-highlight">gender</em> roles and cultural ideals. Other documents deal with political processes and important historical events in the post independence period including the politics of genocide in the Great Lakes region. This includes R. Lemarchand's analysis of the genocide of Hutu by Tutsi in Burundi (1972), of Tutsi and Hutu by Hutu in Rwanda (1994) and of Hutu by Tutsi in Congo (1996-1997). Also included is a book by a professional anthropologist who lived among Burundian Hutu <em class="albert-highlight">refugees</em> in Tanzania. Malkki focuses on the ways the displacement of these Hutu <em class="albert-highlight">refugees</em> led to the creation of "essentialist" ethnic identities and the horrible <em class="albert-highlight">violence</em> generated both in Burundi and neighboring countries
    Note: The Barundi: an ethnological study of German East Africa - Hans Meyer - 1916 -- - The structure of the Barundi community: (Ruanda-Urundi Territory, Central Africa) - George Smets - 1946 -- - The study of native court records as a method of ethnological inquiry - R DeZ. Hall - 1938 -- - Culture Summary: Barundi - Albert Trouwborst - 2010 -- - Women of Burundi: a study of social values - Ethel M. Albert - 1963 -- - Purity and exile: violence, memory, and national cosmology among Hutu refugees in Tanzania - Liisa H. Malkki - 1995 -- - Genocide in the Great Lakes: which genocide? whose genocide? - RenT Lemarchand - 1998
    Language: English
    Subjects: Ethnology
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    Keywords: Burundi
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  • 4
    Format: xvii, 306 Seiten , Illustrationen
    Edition: First published
    ISBN: 9781107171992 , 9781316623091 , 9781316774342
    Content: "This book will provide a comprehensive analysis of the global and regional refugee instruments as they apply to claimants in flight from situations of armed violence and conflict, exploring their inter- relationship and how they are interpreted and applied (or should be applied). As part of a broader UNHCR project to develop guidelines on the interpretation and application of international refugee law instruments to claimants fleeing armed conflict and other situations of violence, it includes contributions from leading scholars and practitioners in this field as well as emerging authors with specific expertise"--
    Content: "The impact of violence and conflict on refugee status determination and international protection is a key developing field. Given the contemporary dynamics of armed conflict, how to interpret and apply the refugee definitions at global and regional levels is increasingly relevant to governmental policy-makers, decision-makers, legal practitioners, academics and students. This book will provide a comprehensive analysis of the global and regional refugee instruments as they apply to claimants in flight from situations of armed violence and conflict, exploring their interrelationship and how they are interpreted and applied (or should be applied). As part of a broader United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees project to develop guidelines on the interpretation and application of international refugee law instruments to claimants fleeing armed conflict and other situations of violence, it includes contributions from leading scholars and practitioners in this field as well as emerging authors with specific expertise"--
    Content: Machine generated contents note: Notes on contributors and editors; Foreword Filippo Grandi; List of abbreviations; Introduction Volker Turk, Alice Edwards and Cornelis Wouters; Part I. Causes, Character and Effects: 1. The causes, character and conduct of internal armed conflict, and the effects on civilian populations Theo Farrell and Olivier Schmitt; Part II. <em class="albert-highlight">Refugee</em> Status under Global and Regional Instruments: 2. The 1951 <em class="albert-highlight">Refugee</em> Convention and the protection of people fleeing armed conflict and other situations of <em class="albert-highlight">violence</em> Vanessa Holzer; 3. Relationship between the 1951 <em class="albert-highlight">Refugee</em> Convention and the 1969 OAU Convention on <em class="albert-highlight">Refugees</em>: a historical perspective Bonaventura Rutinwa; 4. The 1969 OAU <em class="albert-highlight">Refugee</em> Convention in the context of individual <em class="albert-highlight">refugee</em> status determination Marina Sharpe; 5. The Cartagena Declaration on <em class="albert-highlight">Refugees</em> and the protection of people fleeing: armed conflict and other situations of <em class="albert-highlight">violence</em> in Latin America Michael Reed-Hutardo; Part III. <em class="albert-highlight">Refugee</em> Status and Special Groups: 6. Women and girls fleeing conflict: <em class="albert-highlight">gender</em> and the interpretation and application of the 1951 <em class="albert-highlight">Refugee</em> Convention Valerie Oosterveld; 7. Children fleeing conflict: age and the interpretation and application of the 1951 <em class="albert-highlight">Refugee</em> Convention Rachel Brett, Margaret Brett and Haifa Rashed; Part IV. Subsidiary Protection: 8. Protection in the EU for people fleeing indiscriminate <em class="albert-highlight">violence</em> in armed conflict: Article 15(c) of the EU Qualification Directive Madeline Garlick; Appendix I; Appendix II; Index
    Language: English
    Subjects: Political Science , Sociology
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    Keywords: Vereinte Nationen ; Kriegsopfer ; Flüchtling ; Rechtsstellung ; Internationale Kooperation ; Asylrecht ; Aufsatzsammlung
    Author information: Edwards, Alice
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  • 5
    Format: Online-Ressource (37 p)
    Edition: 2013 World Bank eLibrary
    Content: Violent conflict, a pervasive feature of the recent global landscape, has lasting impacts on human capital, and these impacts are seldom <em class="albert-highlight">gender</em> neutral. Death and destruction alter the structure and dynamics of households, including their demographic profiles and traditional <em class="albert-highlight">gender</em> roles. To date, attention to the <em class="albert-highlight">gender</em> impacts of conflict has focused almost exclusively on sexual and <em class="albert-highlight">gender</em>-based <em class="albert-highlight">violence</em>. The authors show that a far wider set of <em class="albert-highlight">gender</em> issues must be considered to better document the human consequences of war and to design effective postconflict policies. The emerging empirical evidence is organized using a framework that identifies both the differential impacts of violent conflict on males and females (first-round impacts) and the role of <em class="albert-highlight">gender</em> inequality in framing adaptive responses to conflict (second-round impacts). War's mortality burden is disproportionately borne by males, whereas women and children constitute a majority of <em class="albert-highlight">refugees</em> and the displaced. Indirect war impacts on health are more equally distributed between the genders. Conflicts create households headed by widows who can be especially vulnerable to intergenerational poverty. Second-round impacts can provide opportunities for women in work and politics triggered by the absence of men. Households adapt to conflict with changes in marriage and fertility, migration, investments in children's health and schooling, and the distribution of labor between the genders. The impacts of conflict are heterogeneous and can either increase or decrease preexisting <em class="albert-highlight">gender</em> inequalities. Describing these <em class="albert-highlight">gender</em> differential effects is a first step toward developing evidence-based conflict prevention and postconflict policy
    Additional Edition: Buvinic, Mayra Violent Conflict and Gender Inequality
    Language: English
    URL: Volltext  (Deutschlandweit zugänglich)
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  • 6
    Book
    Book
    Washington, DC : Georgetown Univ. Press
    Format: VII, 264 S. , Kt. , 23cm
    ISBN: 9781589012028 , 158901202X
    Note: Includes bibliographical references and index , There is more than one way of dying : an Ethiopian perspective on long term stays in refugee camps / Abebe Feyissa with Rebecca Horn -- What we owe to refugees and IDPs : an inquiry into the rights of the forcibly displaced / William O'Neill -- Burundian refugees in western Tanzania : responsibilities for advocacy / Joint Commission for Refugees of the Burundi and Tanzania Episcopal Conferences -- The right to freedom of movement for refugees in Uganda / Lucy Hovil and Moses Chrispus Okello -- The plight of urban refugees in Nairobi, Kenya / John Burton Wagacha and John Guiney -- Protection as capability expansion : practical ethics for assisting urban refugees / Loren Landau -- Sexual violence, gender roles, and displacement / Binaifer Nowrojee -- Justice, women's rights, and forced migration / Susan Martin -- Human rights, the use of force, and displacement in the Great Lakes region : Reflections on a troubling trend / Khoti Kamanga -- Internally displaced people, sovereignty, and the responsibility to protect / David Hollenbach -- Internally displaced persons in northern Uganda : a challenge for peace and reconciliation / Lam Oryem Cosmas -- Justice and peace : reintegration and reconciliation of returning displaced persons in post-conflict situations / Stephen J. Pope -- Key ethical issues in the practices and policies of refugee-serving NGOs and churches / Agbonkhianmeghe E. Orobator
    Language: English
    Subjects: Political Science , Law , Ethnology
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    Keywords: Afrika ; Asylrecht ; Aufsatzsammlung
    URL: Inhaltsverzeichnis  (Kostenfrei)
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  • 7
    Format: Online Ressource (402 S)
    Edition: 1. Aufl
    Edition: Online-Ausg.]
    ISBN: 9783845254142 , 9783848713202
    Series Statement: Schriften zum Migrationsrecht 16
    Content: Seit Verabschiedung des VN Protokolls zur Bekämpfung des Menschenhandels vor über 10 Jahren wurden die internationalen, europäischen oder nationalen Regelungen beinahe jährlich reformiert. Auch in der 18. Legislaturperiode des Deutschen Bundestages stehen Rechtsänderungen in diesem Bereich an, nachdem die Umsetzung der EU-Richtlinie zur Bekämpfung des Menschenhandels (2011/36/EU) in der 17. Wahlperiode gescheitert ist. Die für die kommenden Reformen dringend notwendige kritische Reflektion der bisherigen Regulierungspraxis und -geschichte liefert die vorliegende Untersuchung. Mit einem innovativen Zugriff auf die Mehr-Ebenen-Regulierung gegen Menschenhandel, der Critical Application Analysis, wird diese kritisch beleuchtet, die implizierten Annahmen hinterfragt und Leerstellen aufgezeigt. Die Untersuchung lenkt dabei den Blick auf die Verschränkungen der Regulierung von Prostitution und Migration und die konzeptionellen Beschränkungen durch deren strafrechtliche Einbettung
    Content: Seit Verabschiedung des VN Protokolls zur Bekämpfung des Menschenhandels vor über 10 Jahren wurden die internationalen, europäischen oder nationalen Regelungen beinahe jährlich reformiert. Auch in der 18. Legislaturperiode des Deutschen Bundestages stehen Rechtsänderungen in diesem Bereich an, nachdem die Umsetzung der EU-Richtlinie zur Bekämpfung des Menschenhandels (2011/36/EU) in der 17. Wahlperiode gescheitert ist. Die für die kommenden Reformen dringend notwendige kritische Reflektion der bisherigen Regulierungspraxis und -geschichte liefert die vorliegende Untersuchung. Mit einem innova
    Note: Description based upon print version of record , Cover; A. Introduction; State of the Literature; The Knowledge Gap: Data and Statistics; Book Outline; B. Reading Problem Representations in Law (Critical Application Analysis); I. Critical Policy Analysis Approaches; 1. Constructing Reality and Social Problems through Policy Formulations: Problem Representation and Framing; 2. Reading Problem Representations; II. Reading Problem Representations in Law; 1. The Power of Law; 2. Reading Problem Representations in a Multilevel Context; 3. Sensitising Questions: Prognosis and Diagnosis , 4. Underlying Presuppositions and Gender Analysis 4.1 Law, Women, Sex and Gender; 4.2 Preliminary Conclusions: Gender Analysis; 5. 'Historical Constitution'; 6. Preliminary Conclusions: Critical Application Analysis of Multilevel Regulation Against Trafficking in Human Beings; C. International Law of the United Nations; I. Historical Constitution; 1. Early Anti-Slavery and Forced Labour Efforts; 2. Initial Efforts for Women's Rights and Gender Equality; 3. International Cooperation in Crime Prevention against Organized Crime; 4. The UN Palermo Protocol in Historical Context , II. The UN Palermo Protocol 1. The Drafting Process; 2. Subject Matter (What's the problem?): The New Exploitation Paradigm; 2.1 From Prostitution to Exploitation; 2.2 Defining Prostitution and Sexual Exploitation; 2.3 The Question of Consent; 2.4 Other Forms of Exploitation: Forced Labour or Services, Slavery or Practices Similar to Slavery, Servitude and Removal of Organs; 2.5 Special Link between Trafficking and Prostitution; 2.6 Transnationality and Organized Crime Involvement; 2.7 Preliminary Conclusions; 3. Affected Subjects (For whom?): Victims versus Agents , 3.1 UN High Commissioner for Human Rights' Principles and Guidelines 3.1.1 Recommended Principles; 3.1.2 Recommended Guidelines; 3.1.3 Preliminary Conclusions; 3.2 Convention Relating to the Status of Refugees; 3.2.1 Persecution in the Home Country; 3.2.2 Member of a Particular Social Group; 3.3 Preliminary Conclusions; 4. Summary: Problem Diagnosis in UN Palermo Protocol; 5. Problem Prognosis in UN Palermo Protocol; 5.1 Human Rights Provisions; 5.2 Prevention, Cooperation and other Measures; 5.3 Summary: Problem Prognosis; 6. Preliminary Conclusions , III. The UNCTOC Approach: Anti-Slavery, Women's Rights and Organized Crime 1. Anti-Slavery and Forced Labour as a Concern; 2. Women's and Human Rights Concerns; 3. International Cooperation to Address Organized Crime; D. European Union and Communities; I. Historical Constitution; 1. Cross-Border Cooperation in Justice and Home Affairs; 2. The 'Fight Against Illegal Immigration'; 3. Violence against Women, Women's Rights and Gender Equality; II. Contemporary Regulation and Programmes: An Overview; III. The EU FD 2002/629/JHA against Trafficking in Human Beings , 1. Subject-matter (What's wrong?) and Affected Subjects (For whom?): Trafficking in Human Beings for Sexual and Non-Sexual Exploitation
    Additional Edition: Print version Multilevel Regulation against Trafficking in Human Beings : A Critical Application Analysis of International, European and German Approaches
    Language: English
    Subjects: Law
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    Keywords: Electronic books
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  • 8
    Online Resource
    Online Resource
    New York, NY : Springer
    Format: Online-Ressource (XIII, 311 p. 8 illus, digital)
    Edition: Online-Ausg.] 2013 Electronic reproduction; Available via World Wide Web
    ISBN: 9781461463757
    Series Statement: SpringerLink
    Content: Their frightened, angry faces are grim reminders of the reach of war. They are millions of children, orphaned, displaced, forced to flee or to fight. And just as they have myriad possibilities for trauma, their lives also hold great potential for recovery.The Handbook of Resilience in Children of War explores these critical phenomena at the theoretical, research, and treatment levels, beginning with the psychosocial effects of exposure to war. Narratives of young people's lives in war zones as diverse as Afghanistan, Sri Lanka, Columbia, and Sudan reveal the complexities of their experiences a
    Note: Description based upon print version of record , Copyright; Endorsements; Contents; Contributors; 1: Overview of the Volume; Section 1: Social-Ecological Approaches to Promoting Resilience in Children of War; Section 2: Child Soldiers; Section 3: Institutional Support for Children Affected by War; Section 4: Resilience Among Refugees; Section 5: Extending Our Understanding of the Effects of War on Children; Theory and Practice; Conclusion; References; Part I: Social-Ecological Approaches to Promoting Resilience in Children of War , 2: Promoting Mental Health and Psychosocial Well-Being in Children Affected by Political Violence: Part I-Current Evidence ...An Ecological Resilience Theoretical Framework; Ecological Resilience Findings; Person (or Ontogenic System); Coping; Ideological Commitment; Religious Beliefs; Intelligence and Creativity; The Microsystem; Family; Family Cohesion; Parenting Practices and Parental Support; Peers, School; The Meso- and Exosystems; The Macrosystem; Cultural Practices; Challenges to Cultural Practices; Closing Thoughts; References , 3: Promoting Mental Health and Psychosocial Well-Being in Children Affected by Political Violence: Part II-Expanding the Ev...Limitations in Current Knowledge; A Longitudinal Study of War-Affected Youth in Sierra Leone; Child-Led Indicators in Nepal: A Participatory Approach with Former Child Soldiers; Theory Formation of a Psychosocial Intervention in Burundi; Case Vignette 1; Case Vignette 2; Moderators and Mediators in a Cluster Randomized Trial in Indonesia; Concluding Remark; References; 4: Promoting Resilience in Children of War; War Zones; Psychological and Developmental Outcomes , IASC Guidelines on Mental Health and Psychosocial SupportFour Layers of Support; Basic Services and Security; Community and Family Supports; Focused, Nonspecialized Supports; Specialized Services; Moving Forward; References; 5: Child Mental Health, Psychosocial Well-Being and Resilience in Afghanistan: A Review and Future Directions; Introduction; Afghan Childhood in Social Context; A History of War, Poverty and Sharp Inequalities; Childhood in Afghanistan; Education; Health Care; Child and Adolescent Mental Health, Distress and Resilience; Psychosocial Distress; Coping and Resilience , Mental Health Disorders in ChildrenSelf-Inflicted Injury and Suicide; Drug Use; Vulnerable Subpopulations; Gender-Specific Risk Factors; Girls in Early or Forced Marriages; Child Labour; Child Soldiers; Children with Disabilities; Violence Against Children; Children in Detention; Services to Assist Afghan Children and Youth; Layer 1: Basic Services and Security; Layer 2: Community and Family-Level Support; Layer 3: Focused Nonspecialised Supports; Layer 4: Specialised Services; Conclusions; Summary Points; References; Part II: Child Soldiers , 6: When Children Become Killers: Child Soldiers in the Civil War in Sierra Leone , Electronic reproduction; Available via World Wide Web
    Additional Edition: Print version Handbook of Resilience in Children of War
    Language: English
    Keywords: Kind ; Krieg ; Resilienz ; Electronic books
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  • 9
    Online Resource
    Online Resource
    Lanham : Lexington Books
    Format: 1 Online-Ressource(xiv, 183 Seiten)
    ISBN: 9781793623072 , 978-1-79362-306-5
    Content: This book studies <em class="albert-highlight">refugee</em> migration through the experiences of Bosnian women displaced by the 1990s wars in former Yugoslavia and analyzes themes of <em class="albert-highlight">gender</em>, performance, political economy, and citizenship in women's diverse postwar lives
    Note: Description based upon print version of record , Intro -- Contents -- List of Figures -- Acknowledgments -- A Note on Language and Pronunciation -- A Note about Terminology -- Gathering Grounds: An Introduction -- Chapter One. Refugee Women and a Chicago Volag -- Chapter Two. Making Home and Family after War, and from a Distance -- Chapter Three. Ajla in Stolac -- Chapter Four. Shifting Time in the Social Life of Bosnian Coffee -- Chapter Five. American Balkanism and the Optics of Violence -- Chapter Six. A Trade in Stories -- Chapter Seven. #BiHInSolidarity / Be in Solidarity -- Gathering Grounds: A Reflection -- Bibliography -- Index
    Additional Edition: Erscheint auch als Croegaert, Ana Bosnian Refugees in Chicago : Gender, Performance, and Post-War Economies
    Language: English
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  • 10
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    Book
    Tokyo, Japan : United Nations University Press
    Format: XIII, 170 S , 24 cm
    ISBN: 9280811193 , 9789280870992
    Content: Introduction / Eghosa Osaghae and Gillian Robinson -- Insider-outsider issues in researching violent and divided societies / Marie Smyth -- Preventing and managing violent conflict : the role of the researcher / Albrecht Schnabel -- The role and function of research in a divided society : a case study of the Niger Delta region of Nigeria / Bolanle Akande Adetoun -- Methodological lessons : working with Liberian and Togolese <em class="albert-highlight">refugees</em> in Ghana / Dominic Agyeman -- Applying social work practice to the study of ethnic militias : the Oduduwa People's Congress in Nigeria / Isaac Olawale Albert -- Researching ethno-political conflicts and <em class="albert-highlight">violence</em> in the Democratic Republic of Congo / Arsene Mwaka Bwenge -- Accessing the child's voice : methods used in South Africa / Jacqui Gallinetti -- Certainty, subjectivity, and truth : reflections on the ethics of wartime research in Angola / J. Zoe͏̈ Wilson -- <em class="albert-highlight">Gender</em> research in violently divided societies : methods and ethics of "international" researchers in Rwanda / Erin K. Baines -- Conclusion: Reflections on contemporary research in Africa / Elisabeth Porter.
    Note: Includes bibliographical references and index , Introduction / Eghosa Osaghae and Gillian Robinson -- Insider-outsider issues in researching violent and divided societies / Marie Smyth -- Preventing and managing violent conflict : the role of the researcher / Albrecht Schnabel -- The role and function of research in a divided society : a case study of the Niger Delta region of Nigeria / Bolanle Akande Adetoun -- Methodological lessons : working with Liberian and Togolese refugees in Ghana / Dominic Agyeman -- Applying social work practice to the study of ethnic militias : the Oduduwa People's Congress in Nigeria / Isaac Olawale Albert -- Researching ethno-political conflicts and violence in the Democratic Republic of Congo / Arsène Mwaka Bwenge -- Accessing the child's voice : methods used in South Africa / Jacqui Gallinetti -- Certainty, subjectivity, and truth : reflections on the ethics of wartime research in Angola / J. Zoe͏̈ Wilson -- Gender research in violently divided societies : methods and ethics of "international" researchers in Rwanda / Erin K. Baines -- Conclusion: Reflections on contemporary research in Africa / Elisabeth Porter
    Additional Edition: Online-Ausg. Porter, Elisabeth J., 1955 - Researching Conflict in Africa
    Language: English
    Subjects: Political Science
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    Keywords: Afrika ; Konfliktforschung ; Afrika ; Minderheitenfrage ; Ethnizität ; Gewalt ; Aufsatzsammlung
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