TITLE

WRAP-UP OF PART TWO

AUTHOR(S)
Lombardi, Karen
PUB. DATE
January 2008
SOURCE
Global Community;2008, p117
SOURCE TYPE
Book
DOC. TYPE
Book Chapter
ABSTRACT
A summary of part two of the book "Global Community: Global Security" is presented. It captures the recurring theme of categorization. It highlights that difference and division are present together with homogeneity and asks questions on how the notion of "us" and "them" may be erased to attain the common good.
ACCESSION #
57738593

 

Related Articles

  • Chapter Three: LOVE AND HATE AS MORAL IMPERATIVES: RELIGIOUS PARADOX AS A CHALLENGE TO GLOBAL SECURITY. Osborne, Randall E.; Kriese, Paul; Friedman, Stan // Global Community;2008, p51 

    Chapter 3 of the book "Global Community: Global Security" is presented. It discusses the presence of paradoxes in religion, such as hatred and cruelty in the name of religion and absolute truths versus human choices. It explores the various roles that religion plays in people's lives, whether as...

  • Chapter Six: THE PSYCHOLOGY OF WHITENESS: MOVING BEYOND SEPARATION TO CONNECTION. Karis, Terri A. // Global Community;2008, p97 

    Chapter 6 of the book "Global Community: Global Security" is presented. It discusses how whiteness shapes personal identities, relationships and institutional arrangements which can either create a sense of belonging or of disconnection. It describes the sense of security that whiteness offers...

  • WRAP-UP OF PART FOUR. Cralley, Elizabeth Leigh; Wetzler, Brian Richard // Global Community;2008, p275 

    A summary of part four of the book "Global Community: Global Security" is presented. It recapitulates the strategies for widening the sense of community and security. These include the integration of military and civilian agencies to fight terrorism, participatory sustainability, and on...

  • EPILOGUE. Boepple, Elizabeth D. // Global Community;2008, p289 

    A chapter from the book "Global Community: Global Security" is presented. It summarizes the topics discussed within the book. It posits questions to readers about their perspectives of the relevance of the chapters and the motives of the authors. It reiterates the authors' intention to raise...

  • Chapter Eight: A "NON-MEDIA" LOOK AT THE MIDDLE EAST: ENHANCING GLOBAL SECURITY THROUGH EXPOSURE AND UNDERSTANDING. Sadek, Sanaa Mounir // Global Community;2008, p127 

    Chapter 8 of the book "Global Community: Global Security" is presented. It discusses how the study of Arabic, using cultural and literature materials, will improve future relations between the Western and Arab worlds. It suggests learning the people's language, literature and culture to better...

  • Chapter One: GLOBAL SECURITY: NEEDED: A NEW DEFINITION FOR A NEW CENTURY. Meder, Laura // Global Community;2008, p9 

    Chapter 1 of the book "Global Community: Global Security" is presented. It highlights the role of the environment in contributing to security through its provision of food, clean air, and water to sustain all life on earth. It discusses the decreasing supply of water due to population growth and...

  • Chapter Four: SELF VERSUS OTHER; "US" VERSUS "THEM": THE SELF AS BASIS FOR CONFLICT. Venter, AnrĂ© // Global Community;2008, p69 

    Chapter 4 of the book "Global Community: Global Security" is presented. It presents the concept of conflict as coming from the understanding and experience of the existence of the self and in its relation to the "other" and not as a function of ignorance or of evil. The four processes that form...

  • Chapter Five: THE PSYCHOLOGY OF GROUP MEMBERSHIP AND ALIENATION: PROJECTIVE IDENTIFICATION AND THE OTHER. Lombardi, Karen // Global Community;2008, p87 

    Chapter 5 of the book "Global Community: Global Security" is presented. It discusses the psychology of otherness brought on by difference and division that predominates Western thought. It references theories of Melanie Klein, who stated that subjectivity and the capability for symbolization are...

  • Chapter Twelve: FROM COOPERATIVE INTERGROUP CONTACT TO PERSONAL MOTIVATION: A SOCIAL PSYCHOLOGICAL PERSPECTIVE ON PROMOTING A MORE INCLUSIVE WORLDVIEW. Cralley, Elizabeth Leigh; Wetzler, Brian Richard // Global Community;2008, p197 

    Chapter 12 of the book "Global Community: Global Security" is presented. It discusses how social psychological research can aid in finding the theoretical roots of prejudice and strategies to prejudice reduction. It describes how intergroup hostility, relative deprivation and gratification all...

Share

Read the Article

Courtesy of THE LIBRARY OF VIRGINIA

Sorry, but this item is not currently available from your library.

Try another library?
Sign out of this library

Other Topics