Communicating Differences: Culture, Media, Peace and by Sudeshna Roy, Ibrahim Seaga Shaw

By Sudeshna Roy, Ibrahim Seaga Shaw

This quantity captures the essence of ways we converse alterations in relationships, among and throughout cultures, in businesses, via schooling and in moments of neighborhood and international clash and challenge that demonstrates the significance and viability of impending peace and clash communique from quite a few fields inside of communique reviews.

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Fifth, I show how the peacebuilding framework accommodates multiple theoretical perspectives, goals, and diverse methods. Sixth, I argue that reflexivity and reflective practice are essential to address cultural difference, interculturality, and intersectionality; and to recognize levels of privilege, status positioning, equity, inclusion, and justice. I point out 15 16 Mary Jane Collier how these are essential to the orientation and framework of peacebuilding that Ben and I proposed (Broome and Collier, 2012), as well as to the work of IPI.

The way we perceive acts of violence carried out by groups such as the Palestinians, the Kashmiris, the Tamil Tigers, and the Northern Irish Republicans can vary from person to person or from one place to another.  258). For instance, Saddam Hussein, Osama Bin Laden, and the Taliban were all in the recent past described as terrorists, but they have all been at one stage hailed as friends of the West, and in fact regarded as freedom fighters and those fighting a just war (Thomas, 2002). Thus the differences in the framing of extremism and terrorism in the mainstream media clearly reinforce the cultural clash communication.

Ringera and M. J. Collier (2014) ‘Beyond Development to Grassroots Dances: International Peace Initiatives in Kenya’ in M. J. Collier Community Engagement and Intercultural Praxis: Dancing with Difference in Diverse Contexts (New York City, NY: Peter Lang) pp. 112–136. K. Sorrells (2012) Intercultural Communication: Globalization and Social Justice (Thousand Oaks, CA: SAGE Publishing, Inc). J. T. Warren (2010) ‘It Really Isn’t about You: Whiteness and the Dangers of Thinking You Got It’ in T. K.

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