Last edited by Tojagore
Monday, November 16, 2020 | History

3 edition of Conflict transformation from ethnic movement to terrorist movement found in the catalog.

Conflict transformation from ethnic movement to terrorist movement

Arshi Saleem Hashmi

Conflict transformation from ethnic movement to terrorist movement

case studies of Tamils in Sri Lanka and Mohajirs in Pakistan

by Arshi Saleem Hashmi

  • 85 Want to read
  • 0 Currently reading

Published by Regional Centre for Strategic Studies in Colombo .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Tamil̲īl̲a Viṭutalaippulikaḷ (Association) -- Case studies,
  • Muhājir Qaumī Mūvment -- Case studies,
  • Tamil (Indic people) -- Sri Lanka -- Government relations -- Case studies,
  • Tamil (Indic people) -- Sri Lanka -- Politics and government -- Case studies,
  • Ethnic conflict -- Sri Lanka -- Case studies,
  • Muhajir (Pakistani people) -- Pakistan -- Sindh -- Government relations -- Case studies,
  • Muhajir (Pakistani people) -- Pakistan -- Sindh -- Politics and government -- Case studies,
  • Ethnic conflict -- Pakistan -- Sindh -- Case studies

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references (p. [140]-148).

    StatementArshi Saleem Hashmi.
    GenreCase studies
    SeriesRCSS policy studies -- 45
    ContributionsRegional Centre for Strategic Studies (Colombo, Sri Lanka)
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsDS489.25.T3+
    The Physical Object
    Pagination148 p. :
    Number of Pages148
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL24111415M
    ISBN 109558051412
    ISBN 109789558051412
    LC Control Number2010316717
    OCLC/WorldCa542321974

    This book provides a unique view of Alice’s movement, based on interviews with its members and including their own writings, examining their perceptions of the threat of external and internal evil. It concludes with an account of the successor movements into which Alice’s forces fragmented and which still are active in the civil wars of the. The sociological study of peace, war, and social conflict entails the use of sociological theory and methods to analyze group conflicts, especially collective violence and alternative constructive nonviolent forms of conflict transformation.. The by-laws of the Section on Peace, War and Social Conflict of the American Sociological Association specify. The purpose of the Section . Musical Influence on Apartheid and the Civil Rights Movement Apartheid and the Civil Rights Movement were two movements on two separate continents in which black South Africans and African Americans resisted against deep injustice and defied oppression. Conflict Transformation, Apartheid, Civil Rights Movement, African Americans, South.


Share this book
You might also like
Ottoman Armenians

Ottoman Armenians

Ground-water resources of the Mora River drainage basin, western Mora County, New Mexico

Ground-water resources of the Mora River drainage basin, western Mora County, New Mexico

From thunder to breakfast

From thunder to breakfast

properties and characteristics of aluminium casting alloys.

properties and characteristics of aluminium casting alloys.

The Travels of Marco Polo

The Travels of Marco Polo

Best loved books of the twentieth century

Best loved books of the twentieth century

Phonotactic grammaticality

Phonotactic grammaticality

couch and the altar

couch and the altar

Work, employment and development

Work, employment and development

Zululand and the Zulus

Zululand and the Zulus

Culture moves

Culture moves

The Taste hotel collection.

The Taste hotel collection.

Advice to the free-holders and electors of Pennsylvania, &c

Advice to the free-holders and electors of Pennsylvania, &c

Conflict transformation from ethnic movement to terrorist movement by Arshi Saleem Hashmi Download PDF EPUB FB2

Transformation of conflict into a terrorist movement may occur when ethnic movements based on various grievances get transformed into violent movements, and when the original structural sources (economic, social, political, military and cultural) of the conflict are changed in some way or other.

Conflict Transformation from Ethnic Movement to Terrorist Movement. ConfliCt transformation from EthniC movEmEnt to tErrorist movEmEnt: Case studies of tamils in sri lanka and mohajirs in Pakistan.

The regional Centre for strategic studies (rCss) is an independent, non-profit and non-governmental organization for collaborative. Table of Contents. Introduction Bruce Dayton and Louis Kriesberg onist Strategies that Help End Violence Louis Kriesberg and Gearoid Millar Contributions of Leadership to the Movement from Violence to Incorporation Margaret Hermann and Catherine Gerard nges to Conflict Transformation from the Streets Elham Atashi but Insufficient: Third.

She has been a Kodikara fellow that resulted in the book “Conflict Transformation from Ethnic Movement to Terrorist Movement,” published by the Regional Centre for Strategic Studies, Colombo in She is a member of Women without Borders (WwB) Vienna and its project Sisters Against Violent Extremism (SAVE).

Social movements, structural violence and conflict transformation: the case of Northern Ireland Inpolitical leaders and paramilitary groups, backed by the British and Irish.

Terrorism is an elusive concept. It is a violent strategy that can take place during wartime or peacetime. Terrorism is also thought of as a distinct form of violence with different causes than other forms of violence such as insurgencies or civil wars.

In this chapter, I consider what linkages, if any, connect terrorism to civil war. terrorism and terrorist movements. Although terrorism is a multifaceted phenomenon, and although no one theoretical perspective can provide an all-encompassing “explanation” of terrorism,2 it is important to advance theories Conflict transformation from ethnic movement to terrorist movement book can explain some aspects or forms of by: resistance and liberation movements in conflict escalation and transformation.

monopoly of legitimate coercive force” (Policzer ). Recognising the complexity of intra-national conflicts and the necessity of adopting an inclusive understanding of conflict actors, this paper adopts the broad definition used by Conciliation.

The aim of this article is to identify characteristics of communities where persons indicted under terrorism charges lived, planned, and prepared prior to carrying out a terrorist act.

Guided by a model of community deterioration and using data from the Terrorism and Extremist Violence in the United States database, findings indicate: (1) half of all census tracts Cited by: 3.

The logic of ethnic terrorism Article (PDF Available) in Studies in Conflict and Terrorism 21(2) January with 1, Reads How we measure 'reads'.

The goal of the whole Exercise, conflict transformation, is explored at global, social and inter/intra-personal levels. For peace transformation the conflict context has to be brought in through such measures as education and journalism.

The manual moves on two tracks. One track brings in the con. On nine-eleven large-scale terrorist attacks in Washington and New York shocked the world again, and since then other violent events took place in Bali, Casablanca, Riyadh, Moscow, Istanbul and Madrid.

This book of concern to all people, because recent history has shown us that such violence can strike everywhere and at any by: Civil Society in Conflict Transformation: Strengths and Limitations and peace work on international, regional and local levels.

In contrast, the term civil society is used as a broader concept related to the activities of state-building. This chapter investigates the role of civil society actors in conflict transformation and Size: KB. In the early s a number of violent civil wars and large-scale ethnic crises shocked the world.

In Rwanda, Bosnia, Chechnya and elsewhere atrocities were committed that led to hundreds of thousands of dead and displaced people. Explaining the. Ethnic identities & differences are real & important iii. Reinforcing (vs. cross-cutting) cleavages iv. Ex: Arab-Israeli Conflict Instrumental View: i.

Ethnic conflict is caused by leaders/groups manipulating ethnic identities to achieve: 1. Political, economic, or social goals ii. Ethnic identities are not very deep or meaningful 1.

Ethnic Conflict and Terrorism: The Origins and Dynamics of Civil Wars (Contemporary Security Studies) - Kindle edition by Soeters, Joseph L. Download it once and read it on your Kindle device, PC, phones or tablets.

Use features like bookmarks, note taking and highlighting while reading Ethnic Conflict and Terrorism: The Origins and Dynamics of Civil Wars (Contemporary 5/5(1). Lederach, John Paul. Defining Conflict Transformation. In this article, Lederach provides a definition for conflict transformation.

I propose the following definition: Conflict transformation is to envision and respond to the ebb and flow of social conflict as life-giving opportunities for creating constructive change processes that reduce. Religious dimension of contemporary conflicts and the rise of faith-based movements worldwide require policymakers to identify the channels through which religious leaders can play a constructive role.

While religious fundamentalisms are in the news every day, we do not hear about the potential and actual role of religious actors in creating a Cited by: 6. 9 Martha Crenshaw, ‘Current Research on Terrorism: The Academic Perspective,’ Studies in Conflict and Terror () p 10 Alain Touriane, The Voice and the Eye: An Analysis of Social Movements (Cambridge; Cambridge University Press ) pCited by: Utilizing the Minorities at Risk Organizational Behavior (MAROB) Database, experimental research and case studies, researchers sought to identify important factors and trends related to ethnic, religious and other extremist organizations' decisions to engage in terrorism and other forms of political violence.

Researchers also examined the circumstances that lead violent. By Joseph Bautista Alumnus, International Relations at American Military University This article is part one of a two-part series.

Understanding the nature of terrorist groups as social movements is the foundation for defeating them. This understanding will yield critical insights into the workings of such movements and allows strategists and planners to.

Although more recently an increased awareness of the impact of war, armed conflict, revolution/liberation movements, genocide, terrorism, and occupation on women has emerged, the new attention given to this issue is lacking in demonstrating how deeply and intimately structures of gender—gendered beliefs, policies, and practices—are wovenFile Size: KB.

religious groups and movements, predominantly of Islamic kind (Pelkmans, ). In recent years, usual threats emanating from internal socio-economic and political problems as well as the external threat of terrorism from geographically close Afghanistan have been replaced with the new agenda of dangers of religious radicalization of Muslims in the.

Countries with geographically concentrated ethnic communities are more likely to experience terrorism. The likelihood of terrorism increases when a country’s ethnic communities have close family ties in other countries. Diaspora communities can play a large role in the financial and logistical support of terrorist groups.

Practical Implications. Get this from a library. Rival Kurdish movements in Turkey: transforming ethnic conflict.

[Mustafa Cagri Gurbuz] -- This book explores the conditions that encourage non-violent civic engagement in emerging civil societies. Gürbüz examines the radical transformations over the past decade in the politics of.

By drawing on social movement theories, this book explains how terrorist movements decline, using the case of Irish Republicanism.

The continuity of terrorism and political violence from generation to generation demonstrates the need to go beyond a focus on groups or individuals in order to explain how terrorism : Taylor And Francis. Start studying sociology exam: ethnic conflict, war, and terrorism.

Learn vocabulary, terms, and more with flashcards, games, and other study tools. 1 Ethnic Conflict and Social Movements. 1 Ethnic Conflict and Social Movements (pp. ) 4 Civic Competition and Conflict Transformation.

A quick glimpse at the numbers shows that there has been a de-escalation of ethnic conflict in Turkey. The number of officially called “terrorist” attacks has dramatically decreased in the past.

Get this from a library. Rival Kurdish Movements in Turkey. Transforming Ethnic Conflict. [Mustafa Gurbuz] -- This book explores the conditions that encourage non-violent civic engagement in emerging civil societies.

Gürbüz examines the radical transformations over the past decade in the politics of. My aim in this book is to provide a solid, elaborate conceptual knowledge base that helps students be better orientated toward the analysis of contempo-rary conflict phenomena, ranging from ethnic and other inter-group conflict, international terrorism, and inter-state disputes.

In doing so, it identifies major. The history of terrorism is a long one, and defining it is not a straightforward matter. The First Terrorists Early zealots and assassins such as the Sicarii and the Hashhashin frightened their contemporaries but were not really terrorists in the modern sense.

Kurdistan Islamic Movement exemplify such ethnic group-based terrorist operations. There is also a micro-foundational argument to be made linking the political exclusion of ethnic minorities to the increased probability that members from the excluded community will engage in Size: KB.

(Oberschall, Social Movements and the Transition to Democracy28) and cf, (Oberschall, Theories of Social Conflict): These four dimensions are seen as necessary for the rise of social movements and their turn to violence: (1) dissatisfaction, (2) ideology, (3) the capacity to mobilize and (4) political opportunity.

Chechnya: From Nationalism to Jihad provides a fascinating analysis of the transformation of secular nationalist resistance in a nominally Islamic society into a struggle that is its antithesis, jihad.

Hughes locates Chechen nationalism within the wider movement for national self-determination that followed the collapse of the Soviet empire.

However, the connections among ethnic difference, conflict, and terrorism are not automatic. This book broadens the discourse on the separatist conflict in Sri Lanka by moving beyond the familiar bipolar Sinhala versus Tamil ethnic antagonism to show how the form and content of ethnicity are shaped by historical social forces.

Towards Conflict Transformation in Nepal: A Case for UN Mediation “Ethnic and Socio-Cultural Dimensions to the Maoist Insurgency: An Overview.” and sentiments about the political system of theircountry To perceive the Maoist movement just as a “terrorist” movement trying to impose communism would undermine the fact that most.

An ethnic conflict is a conflict between two or more contending ethnic groups. While the source of the conflict may be political, social, economic or religious, the individuals in conflict must expressly fight for their ethnic group's position within society.

This final criterion differentiates ethnic conflict from other forms of struggle. Peace and conflict studies is a social science field that identifies and analyzes violent and nonviolent behaviours as well as the structural mechanisms attending conflicts (including social conflicts), with a view towards understanding those processes which lead to a more desirable human condition.

A variation on this, peace studies (irenology), is an interdisciplinary effort. Since the attacks of September 11th, the Western world has labeled al-Qaeda and its leadership as suicidal and irrational terrorists hating the Western 'way of life' justified the American "War on Terror" and led Margaret Thatcher to declare Islam the new Communism.

3 However, as is often pointed out, what is 'terrorism' in the view of one may be mere 'warfare' in the view of. conflict transformation is a socially constructed endeavor. Instead of a call for full stop in ethnic and religious conflicts, it is an effort to channel what Johan Galtung calls “positive conflict energy” to transform social relations.

7 Social movement activists may become agents in channeling conflict energy to the civic sphere.From a peace and conflict studies perspective, the work analyzes how the rise of nationalism in the post-9/11 era and the protracted wars against terrorism, in combination with the growth Go to article.

Amani Mashinani Conflict Transformation Model: Bishop Korir’S Legacy On Peace And Reconciliation.This book provides a new way to define conflict transformation, addresses how we develop our capacities for implementing conflict transformation, and also gives strategies for applying a conflict transformation framework.

These strategies are important in understanding multicultural counseling within the context of transforming by: 2.