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 2013
Mission and Interests: The Strategic Formation and Function of North-South NGO Campaigns, Christopher L. Pallas and Johannes Urpelainen
Submissions from 2012
“War by other Means” or Nonviolent Resistance? Examining the Discourses Surrounding Berkeley’s Divestment Bill, Maia Carter Hallward and Patrick Shaver
The Greensboro Landlord Tenant Dispute Program: Developing and Sustaining a Responsive Dispute Resolution Program, Sherrill Hayes, Jessica Roberts, Robert Nunn, and Cathie Witty
China's Three Teachings and the Relationship of Heaven, Earth and Humanity, Daniel J. Paracka
Submissions from 2011
Pursuing "Peace" in Israel/Palestine, Maia Hallward
“Measure Them Right”: Lorraine Hansberry and the Struggle for Peace, Robbie Lieberman
Economic and geopolitical dimensions of renewable vs. nuclear energy in North Africa, Marcus Marktanner and Lana Salman
Are There Ethical Implications of Karma?, Thomas Pynn
Fair Trade and Fair Trade Certification of Food and Agricultural Commodities: Promises, Pitfalls, and Possibilities, Debarati Sen and Sarasij Majumder
Submissions from 2010
Mediation in Employment and Creeping Legalism: Implications for Dispute Systems Design, Lisa Blomgren Bingham, Susan S. Raines, Tim Hedeen, and Lisa Marie Napoli
Efficient, Fair, and Incomprehensible: How the State “Sells” Its Judiciary, Keith J. Bybee and Heather Pincock