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240 pages

Emergence Christianity, What It Is, Where It Is Going, and Why It Matters

Creator: Phyllis Tickle | Religion - 2012-09-01

Praise for Emergence Christianity "You will find many wonderful things between the covers of this book: provocative questions and astute observations about sacred space, hierarchy, authority.

Publisher: Baker Books

244 pages

From the Ground Up, Environmental Racism and the Rise of the Environmental Justice Movement

Creator: Luke W. Cole, Sheila R. Foster | Law - 2001

Presents case studies of grassroots activism for environmental justice, highlighting struggles against environmental hazards, toxic waste dumps, and polluting factories which often impact low-income and minority communities.

Publisher: NYU Press

562 pages

The Culture of National Security, Norms and Identity in World Politics

Creator: Peter J. Katzenstein | Political Science - 1996-01

Contributors ask whether it is more useful to conceive of the world as arrayed in regional, cultural, institutional complexes or organized along the conventional dimensions of power, alliance, and geography.

Publisher: Columbia University Press

About this book
The political transformations of the 1980s and 1990s have dramatically affected models of national and international security. Particularly since the end of the Cold War, scholars have been uncertain about how to interpret the effects of major shifts in the balance of power. Are we living today in a unipolar, bipolar, or multipolar world? Are we moving toward an international order that makes the recurrence of major war in Europe or Asia highly unlikely or virtually inevitable? Is ideological conflict between states diminishing or increasing?In The Culture of National Security, sixteen leading scholars employ an innovative fusion of sociology and security studies to explore alternatives, to the long-dominant analytical perspectives of neorealism and neoliberalism. Questioning the utility of imagining global security relations simply in terms of the conventional dimensions of power and interest, contributors reflect on whether a more effective model would include analysis of cultural complexes as well.Spanning two centuries from the Greek war for independence in the 1820s to Israeli Palestinian negotiations today, reflecting on such pressing concerns as nuclear and chemical weapons bans and humanitarian intervention, The Culture of National Security lays the groundwork for new models of national security and global affairs, offering a much needed entry point to understanding a world in transition.


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