A collection of published articles from members of the School of Conflict Management, Peacebuilding and Development community at Kennesaw State University.

The School of Conflict Management, Peacebuilding and Development at Kennesaw State University offers a Master's degree in Conflict Management, a Dual Master's degree in Conflict and Business Administration, an Online Graduate Certificate in Applied Peacebuilding, and a Ph.D. in International Conflict Management. We also offer Alternative Dispute Resolution services and workshops through which we assist our clients in managing and transforming conflict.

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Submissions from 2018

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Aid Reduction and Local Civil Society: Causes, Comparisons, and Consequences, Susan Appe and Christopher L. Pallas

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Getting a Sharper View of the Humanitarian Marketplace: Introducing Conduit Engagement Theory, Joseph G. Bock and Ziaul Haque

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Religious vs. Secular Human Rights Organizations: Discourse, Framing and Action, Charity Butcher and Maia Hallward

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Muslim Youth Unemployment and Expat Jihadism: Bored to Death?.", Moamen Gouda and Marcus Marktanner

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Challenges and Opportunities Facing Successful Women in Mocrocco, Maia Hallward and Cortney Stewart

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Sectoral FDI, absorptive capacity and economic growth – empirical evidence from Egyptian governorates, Shima'A Hanafy and Marcus Marktanner

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Just-in-Time Workforce: Temporary Workers as a Structural Aspect of Lean Production, Darina Lepadatu

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You’ll Never Hear Kumbaya the Same Way Again, Robbie Lieberman

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Challenging Adulthood: Changing Initiation Rites among the Balanta of Guinea-Bissau, Brandon Lundy

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Rebuilding Tertiary Education in Guinea-Bissau: Can it be done?, Brandon D. Lundy

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Measuring Community Integration of Lusophone West African Immigrant Populations Through Needs Assessment, Human Security, and Realistic Conflict Theory, Brandon Lundy and Kezia Darkwah

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The Impact of Foreign-owned Enterprises in Low-income Economies, Brandon Lundy, Mark Patterson, and Alex O'Neill

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Can democratic states justify restricting the rights of persons with mental illness? Presumption of competence, voting, and gun rights, Heather Pincock

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Becoming the change we wish to see: The unexpected benefits of conflict resolution work, Susan S. Raines

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Beyond the Bridge: Transforming Conflict Research, Education, and Practice by Transcending Barriers—Honoring the Contributions of Tricia S. Jones, Susan S. Raines

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Building a Knowledge-Based Foundation for Mediation Practice & Program Administration, Susan S. Raines

Submissions from 2017

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Digital Civil Society: How Nigerian NGOs Utilize Social Media Platforms, Crystal Armstrong and Charity Butcher

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Ethnicity and confidence in government: the case of Turkish-minority relations, Tavishi Bhasin, Charity Butcher, and Deniz Gumustekin

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Civil War and Terrorism: A Call for Further Theory Building, Charity Butcher

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Diversionary Tactics and the Ethiopia-Eritrea War (1998-2000), Charity Butcher and Makda Maru

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Europe’s united future after Brexit: Brexit has not killed the European Union, rather it has eliminated the largest obstacle to EU consolidation, Stephen D. Collins

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Changing Radicalization to Resilience by Understanding Marginalization, Sherrill W. Hayes

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Ombuds as Nomads? The Intersections of Dispute System Design and Identity, Tim Hedeen

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Managing Online Communities: Lesson’s From Reddit’s “AMAgeddon”, Amber Hutchins

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Contextual Predictors of Protest Behavior on Social Media: A #Ferguson Case Study, April A. Johnson and Rebecca LeFebvre

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Policy Considerations regarding the Integration of Lusophone West African Immigrant Populations, Kezia Lartey and Brandon D. Lundy

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Drivers and deterrents of entrepreneurial enterprise in the risk-prone Global South, Brandon D. Lundy, Mark Patterson, and Alex O'Neil

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You can’t force a friendship? An analysis of US/Argentine relations, Thomas J. Nisley

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Defining the Scope of Aid Reduction and Its Challenges for Civil Society Organizations: Laying the Foundation for New Theory, Christopher Pallas, Quinn Anderson, and Mark Sidel

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Using Dating as an Analogy to Teach IR Theory, Christopher L. Pallas and Charity Butcher

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Donor withdrawal and local civil society organizations: An analysis of the HIV/AIDS sector in Vietnam, Christopher L. Pallas and Lan Nguyen

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Donor withdrawal and local civil society organizations: An analysis of the HIV/AIDS sector in Vietnam, Christopher L. Pallas and Lan Nguyen

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High-Impact Practices in Anthropology: Creating a Bridge Between Liberal Arts and Neoliberal Values, Susan Kirkpatrick Smith, Brandon D. Lundy, and Cheyenne Dahlmann

Submissions from 2016

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Sidestepping Interdisciplinary Irrelevance—Current Approaches to Peace & Conflict Graduate Programs, Joseph G. Bock and Amanda Guidero

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Bridging the Gap between Human Rights and Peace: An Analysis of NGOs and the United Nations Human Rights Council, Charity Butcher and Maia Carter Hallward

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Muslim Youth Unemployment and Expat Jihadism - Bored to Death?, Moamen Gouda and Marcus Marktanner

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Tweeting Resistance: The Evolution of Engagement Frameworks, Maia Carter Hallward and Crystal Armstrong

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Decision-Making Meets Negotiation: The Palestinian Bid for UN Recognition, Maia Carter Hallward and Amanda Guidero

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Decision-making Meets Negotiation: The Palestinian Bid for UN Recognition, Maia Hallward and Amanda Guidero

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Educational Considerations for Refugee And Migrant Children in the United States, Sherrill Hayes

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Conflict-Induced Migration and the Refugee Crisis: Global and Local Perspectives from Peacebuilding and Development, Sherrill Hayes, Brandon D. Lundy, and Maia Carter Hallward

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Women, Party Politics, and the Power of the Naked Body, Stacy Keltner and Ashley McFarland

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Rïm's Unrest: Issues of Secrecy and the Multivalent Use of a Nalú Traditional Shrine Piece, Brandon D. Lundy

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Aid Reduction and Local Civil Society in Conflict-Affected States: New Research and Stakeholder Dialogue, Christopher L. Pallas

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Reforming NGO Accountability: Supply vs. Demand-driven Models, Christopher L. Pallas

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Where the Rubber Meets the Clouds: Anticipated Developments in Conflict and Conflict Resolution Theory, Heather Pincock and Timothy Hedeen

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Safety, Satisfaction, and Settlement in Domestic Relations Mediations: New Findings, Susan Raines, Yeju Choi, Joshua Johnson, and Katrina Coker

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Affective Solidarities?: Participating in and Witnessing Fair Trade and Women’s Empowerment in Transnational Communities of Practice, Debarati Sen