Book (citation standards)

The following chapters were published in:

Daniela Körppen, Norbert Ropers & Hans J. Giessmann (Eds.): The Non-linearity of Peace Processes. Theory and Practice of Systemic Conflict Transformation. 2011. Opladen & Farmington Hills. Barbara Budrich Publishers Book >

Chapters

  • Daniela Körppen, Norbert Ropers & Hans J. Giessmann: Foreword. 2011. Chapter >
  • Daniela Körppen, Norbert Ropers: Introduction. 2011. Chapter >
  • Sirin Bernshausen, Thorsten Bonacker: A Constructivist Perspective on System Conflict Transformation. 2011. Chapter >
  • Peter T. Coleman, Robin Vallacher, Andrea Bartoli, Andrzej Nowak & Lan Bui-Wrzosinska: Navigating the Landscape of Conflict: Applications of Dynamical Systems Theory ro Addressing Protracted Conflict. 2011. Chapter >
  • Oliver Ramsbotham: Radical Disagreement and Systemic Conflict Transformation. 2011. Chapter >
  • Daniela Körppen: Space Beyond the Liberal Peacebuilding Consensus - A Systemic Perspective. 2011. Chapter >
  • Danny Burns: Facilitating Systemic Conflict Transformation Through Systemic Action Research. 2011. Chapter >
  • Dirk Splinter & Ljubjana Wüstehube: Discovering Hidden Dynamics: Applying Systemic Constellation Work to Ethnopolitical Conflict. 2011. Chapter >
  • LuxshiVimalarajah & Sutharan Nadarajah: Thinking Peace: Revisiting Analysis and Intervention in Sri Lanka. 2011. Chapter >
  • Norbert Ropers: Peace Processes as Corridors for Systemic Change: Insights from Sri Lanka 2002-2005. 2011. Chapter >
  • David Peter Stroh: The System Dynamics of Identity-Based Conflict. 2011. Chapter >
  • Robert Ricigliano: Planning for Systemic Impact. 2011. Chapter >
  • Peter Woodrow & Diana Chigas: Connecting the Dots: Evaluating Whether and How Programmes Address Conflict Systems. 2011. Chapter >
  • Oliver Wolleh: Comparing Systemic Therapy and Interactive Conflict Resolution - Commonalities, Differences and Implications for Practice. 2011. Chapter >
  • Juba Khuzwayo & Berenice Meintjes/Usche Merk: Integrating African meaning Systems and Systemic Thinking - The Sinani Approach of Working with Conflict Communities. 2011. Chapter >