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The Encyclopedia of Peace Psychology Hardcover – 2 Dec 2011
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“When I look at some of the other reference books that come to Reference Reviews, with their double alphabetical sequences, inadequate cross–referencing, no thought given to a choice of sought terms for headings, no indexes, no mention of useful web resources, etc., I am really impressed with the design of this book. ” (Reference Reviews, 1 December 2012)
“Summing Up: Essential. Libraries supporting programs in peace psychology. Optional. Other libraries supporting upper–level undergraduates and above. (Choice, 1 July 2012)
The encyclopedia is brilliant–it pulls together an amazing, diverse, and international group of scholars to produce a work that will, I believe, define peace psychology in the future.
Susan Opotow, City University of New York
With concise summaries of theory and key research findings from leading experts, this comprehensive resource covers a multitude of topics relevant to the study of peace.
Linda R. Tropp, University of Massachusetts
The Encyclopedia of Peace Psychology is an invaluable resource for all researchers and students interested in the roots, processes, and consequences of conflict, as well as its solutions.
Fathali M. Moghaddam, Georgetown University
A comprehensive and timely compendium of knowledge and wisdom capable of advancing scientific and professional psychology′s commitment to the study of peace and social justice. Amidst a world in turmoil, the Encyclopedia of Peace Psychology offers a substantive foundation for addressing some of the most pressing challenges of our time.
Anthony J. Marsella, University of HawaiiSee all Product description
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