Pathways to peace [electronic resource] : the transformative power of children and families / edited by James F. Leckman, Catherine Panter-Brick, and Rima Salah.
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- MIT Press CogNet.
- Cambridge, MA : MIT Press, 
- Strüngmann Forum reports.
Strüngmann Forum reports
1 online resource (xx, 453 pages).
- Child development -- Psychological aspects.
- "Can more peaceful childhoods promote a culture of peace? Increasing evidence from a broad range of disciplines shows that how we raise our children affects the propensity for conflict and the potential for peace within a given community. In this book, experts from a range of disciplines examine the biological and social underpinnings of child development and the importance of strengthening families to build harmonious and equitable relations across generations. They explore the relevance to the pursuit of peace in the world, highlight directions for future research, and propose novel approaches to translate knowledge into concrete action. The contributors describe findings from research in biology, neuroscience, evolution, genetics, and psychology. They report empirical evidence on children living in violent conditions, resilience in youth, and successful interventions. Their contributions show that the creation of sustainable partnerships with government agencies, community leaders, policy makers, funders, and service providers is a key ingredient for success. Taken together, they suggest possible novel approaches to translate knowledge into concrete action"--MIT CogNet.
- Foreword : the culture of peace / Anwarul K. Chowdhury
Foundations for a new approach
Peace is a lifelong process : the importance of partnerships / James F. Leckman, Catherine Panter-Brick, and Rima Salah
Framing our analysis : a dialectical perspective / Robert A. Hinde and Joan Stevenson-Hinde
Ecology of peace / Pia Rebello Britto, Ilanit Gordon, William Hodges, Diane Sunar, Cigdem Kagitcibasi, and James F. Leckman
Human biological development
Peptide pathways to peace / C. Sue Carter and Stephen W. Porges
Epigenetics : significance of the gene-environment interface for brain
Development / Eric B. Keverne
Group identity as an obstacle and catalyst of peace / Douglas P. Fry
Human biological development and peace : genes, brains, safety, and justice / Barak Morgan, Diane Sunar, C. Sue Carter, Douglas P. Fry, Eric B. Keverne, Iris-Tatjana Kolassa, Robert Kumsta, James F. Leckman, and David Olds
Early childhood events and relationships
Comparative and evolutionary perspectives / Dario Maestripieri
The problem of institutionalization of young children and its consequences for efforts to build peaceful societies / Nathan A. Fox, Charles A. Nelson and Charles H. Zeanah
Prosocial development and situational morality : neurobiological, parental, and contextual factors / Marinus H. van IJzendoorn and Marian J. Bakermans-Kranenburg
How do events and relationships in childhood set the stage for peace at
Personal and social levels? / Howard Steele, Marinus H. van IJzendoorn, Marian J. Bakermans-Kranenburg, W. Thomas Boyce, Mary Dozier, Nathan A. Fox, Heidi Keller, Dario Maestripieri, Paul Odhiambo Oburu, and Hiltrud Otto
Challenges in society
Mental health and development among children living in violent conditions : underlying processes for promoting peace / Raija-Leena Punamäki
Structural violence and child development / Andrew Dawes and Amelia van der Merwe
Promoting the capacity for peace : perspectives from research on resilience in children and families / Ann S. Masten
Healthy human development as a path to peace / Daniel J. Christie, Jere R. Behrman, James R. Cochrane, Andrew Dawes, Kirstin Goth, Jacqueline Hayden, Ann S. Masten, Catherine Panter-Brick, Raija-Leena Punamaki, Mark Tomlinson
Program and policy implications
Interventions : what has worked and why? / Cigdem Kagitcibasi and Pia Rebello Britto
Linking peacebuilding and child development : a basic framework / Mohammed Abu-Nimer and Ilham Nasser
The power of media in peacebuilding / Lucy Nusseibeh
Creating effective programs and policies to reduce violence and promote peace
Pia Rebello Britto , Rima Salah, Mohammed Abu-Nimer, Jacqueline Bhabha, Anwarul K. Chowdhury, Gary R. Gunderson, Cigdem Kagitcibasi, Lucy Nusseibeh, Olayinka Omigbodun, Mikiko Otani, and Geraldine Smyth.
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Includes bibliographical references (pages 385-443) and index.
- Leckman, James F., editor.
Panter-Brick, Catherine, 1959- editor.
Salah, Rima, editor.
- Other format:
- Print version : Pathways to peace.
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- Restricted for use by site license.
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