2 edition of Ethnicity & inter-community conflicts found in the catalog.
Ethnicity & inter-community conflicts
Aheibam Koireng Singh
Includes bibliographical references (p. -235) and index.
|Other titles||Ethnicity and inter-community conflicts|
|Statement||Aheibam Koireng Singh.|
|LC Classifications||DS432.K75 S56 2008|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xxiv, 240 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||240|
|LC Control Number||2007375916|
established on the basis of parity for resolving inter-community conflicts. Power is shared because these courts have an important political function: to resolve inter-community conflict, to resolve the commitment problem for keeping past inter-community Cited by: 2. Inter-community conflicts, as will be seen later, are very unlike the millions of everyday conflicts that we get involved in while living as social beings. Moreover, it tempts the state to interfere in the social realm at every pretext and thereby makes society surrender at least a part of what ideally should belong to it.
that are neglected in this conservation literature—gender, class, ethnicity, race, class, intra- and inter-community inequities and conflicts, linkages with state and market—are precisely the core of social science research since its emer gence. How and why do policy makers and scholars working on conservation. The politics of ethnicity has consequently become an inter- community competition, not merely for representation in governance, but for resources (Conversation, ). The examples of Kenya post-independence electoral competitions support instrumentalist theory which emphasises that ethnic conflicts are engineered by the aims of political leaders.
Book Description. Through the creation of post-colonial citizenship, India adopted a hybridisation of specific secular and western conception of citizenship. Muslims fight their battle towards a realisation of citizenship ideals despite the unfavourable conditions of intra and inter community conflicts. and Race and Ethnicity. Table of. Sri Lanka Unites aims to correct the wrongs of the previous generations and promote a culture of hope and reconciliation. It takes a multi-pronged approach to empower young people and give leadership to inter-community reconciliation initiatives in their localities. Activities of SLU: Annual Future Leaders' Conference for Hope and Reconciliation.
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Ethnicity and Inter-Community Conflicts: A Case of Kuki-Naga Ethnicity & inter-community conflicts book Manipur [Aheibam Koireng Singh] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. One problem which has been in prominence in most of the states in northeastern region is the rise of sectarianism and growth of micro-nationalism characterized by the agenda of exclusivist identities.
India’s Northeast has long been riven by protracted armed conflicts for secession and movements for other forms of autonomy. This book shows how the conflicts in the region have gradually shifted towards inter-ethnic feuds, rendered more vicious by the ongoing multiplication of ethnicities in an already heterogeneous region.
basis of ethnicity. Kazi Kwa Vijana Youth employment programme. Kipande African registration and identity card during the colonial period in Kenya. Laissez-faire Unwillingness by legal authorities to bring culprits to book.
Madoadoa Immigrant ethnic communities who are not desired by indigenous people in a certain area. Water and its resources, mainly fish, have contributed to many intra- and inter-community conflicts among the different cattle owning ethnic groups in Southern Sudan.
Conflicts are associated with watering of cattle, but also with fishing. Relevance of Traditional Mechanisms of File Size: 90KB. Experience in human society has shown that there aredegree s of variation in conflicts.
Conflicts are in types. Psychology as a discipline has espoused on intra-personal conflict. Sociology identifies inter-personal as well as -group or intraintra -unit conflict, as well as inter-group Size: 79KB.
CONFLICT MANAGEMENT IN THE CHRISTIAN CHURCH 2 CHAPTER 1. INTRODUCTION Introduction to the Problem Being a Christian pastor today is more difficult than anytime in memory. This century witnessed the collapse of the Christian consensus that held American culture together for Size: KB.
Ethnic conflicts in Kenya occur frequently, although most are minor skirmishes. A significant increase in the severity of such conflicts between the various ethnic groups inhabiting the country was witnessed after the introduction of multi-party politics in the early s, especially during the –08 Kenyan crisis.
Major conflicts have also led to exoduses of ethnic minority. Additionally, there is always the risk of social conflicts as well as elements in such situations.
The chances of social conflict happen because of the difference in religious practices, beliefs, ethnic rituals or the other reasons which may create different groups in the society. improving inter-community relationships is a task which.
Group conflict, or hostilities between different groups, is a feature common to all forms of human social organization (e.g., sports teams, ethnic groups, nations, religions, gangs), and also occurs in social animals.
Although group conflict is one of the most complex phenomena studied by social scientists, the history of the human race evidences a series of group-level conflicts that. The contemporary map of conflicts in Africa does not showcase Nigeria – and for a good reason: there are no international peace keeping forces there.
The main theatres of conflict on the continent have for the better part of the last two decades been the Great Lakes region, the Horn of Africa, and parts of West Africa. The conflicts of Iranian Arabs and Persians of Khuzestan, their confrontations and challenges and the ways the state deals with them is missed in this book.
Khuzestan is the center of antagonism between the Ahwazi Arab identity and the nominally Persian Islamic regime (Strakes, ). As indicated by the titles of several recent books, it has become commonplace to argue that Pakistan is ‘in search of identity’ (AliJaffrelotShaikh ). From the secession of East Pakistan to form Bangladesh in to the on-going conflict in Balochistan, the contestation that the country has faced since its independence in indeed suggests that Pakistan has Author: Julien Levesque.
Our analysis of forest conflicts in the Terai demonstrates that the issue of land and forest control, and hence management of forest and land use conflicts, is not only an issue of global–state–community conflicts, but is driven by factors such as ethnicity, inter-community conflicts and the symbolic and cultural distinctions existing in Cited by: distrust and inter-community conflicts has.
liberalization on ethnicity as recent conflicts in. This book, the last volume in a three-part series, draws on a large-scale worldwide poverty. Ethnic Reintegration in Post-Conflict Development Strategies: The Potential of Social Capital Approaches. There is an overwhelming sense of consensus in the scholarly literature that contemporary conflicts have an inherently social character, affecting civilians and disrupting their lives through the conduct of collective violence (Kaldor and Luckham.
A 'read' is counted each time someone views a publication summary (such as the title, abstract, and list of authors), clicks on a figure, or views or downloads the : Hilal Wani. There are several causes of conflict in Africa as classified below. Inter-country borders. One of the leading causes of internal and inter-state conflicts is the unacceptable nature of inter-country borders.
Most of these borders were established from negotiations and treaties between the colonial powers. 'The complexities of the Troubles have long been a source of concern for scholars. Sandal's in depth and nuanced inquiry into the role of religious actors in helping to end the conflict in Northern Ireland is a ground-breaking work which takes our knowledge significantly by: 6.
Jonglei State, home to about million people in 11 counties, is the largest and the most populous state in South Sudan (United Mission in the Republic of South Sudan: UNMISS 5). Jonglei is a multiethnic state inhabited by several ethnic groups, such as the Dinka, Nuer, and Murle (International Crisis Group 28).
Young, Laura A. and Korir Sing’Oei Land, livelihoods and identities: Inter-community conflicts in East Africa. London, Minority Rights Group International. Notes. Brosché and Elfversson () define communal violence as ‘violent conflict between non-state groups that are organised along a shared communal identity’.
Book Description Through the creation of post-colonial citizenship, India adopted a hybridisation of specific secular and western conception of citizenship. In this democratic framework, Indian Muslims are observed on how they make use of the spaces and channels to accommodate their Islamic identity within a secular one.The book is a timely reminder of a shared Hindu-Muslim unity during our freedom struggle and helps us understand the commonly misunderstood notion of Jihad in the Indian context.
The book in the end puts onus on the prevailing political system to ensure that India does not fall victim to sectarian violence and religious intolerance.Another Asian community, Koreans, helped regenerate their communities, establishing small businesses, causing some inter-community conflicts with other ethnic communities.
The next major immigrant group Reitano mentions are Latinos. The .