Bibliography: Peace Education (page 259 of 259)

This bibliography is reformatted and customized by the Center for Positive Practices for the Positive Universe website. Some of the authors featured on this page include Brattleboro Association of World Colleges and Universities, Melinda Moore, New York World Law Fund, Eugene Brantly, Dayton National Issues Forums, Robert G. Hanvey, OAH Magazine of History, William L. Carruthers, Linda Whiteford, and Inc. New York Friends Group.

OAH Magazine of History (1994). National History Day 1995 Supplement: Conflict and Compromise in History. Discusses the National History Day program and describes the selection of the 1995 theme, "Conflict and Compromise in History." Presents a series of potential project topics divided into 10 categories. Includes an extensive bibliography designed for student research. Descriptors: Activism, Elementary Secondary Education, Experiential Learning, Historiography

Lupton-Smith, Helen S.; And Others (1996). Conflict Resolution as Peer Mediation: Programs for Elementary, Middle, and High School Students, School Counselor. Discusses the increased use of Peer Mediation (PM) programs to solve interpersonal conflicts in school settings in the past 10 years. Provides three distinctive models of PM programs and discusses the stages generally necessary for developing a PM program. Describes three exemplary PM programs: an elementary school model, a middle school model, and a high school model. Descriptors: Antisocial Behavior, Arbitration, Behavior Problems, Conflict

Carruthers, William L.; And Others (1996). Conflict Resolution as Curriculum: A Definition, Description, and Process for Integration in Core Curricula, School Counselor. Discusses the integration of conflict resolution principles into school curricula. Defines conflict resolution as a curriculum and reports on the content and nature of conflict resolution curricula. Reviews practices for implementing and delivering a conflict resolution curriculum. Discusses the importance of imparting an understanding of the theory and practice of conflict resolution to educators. Descriptors: Antisocial Behavior, Behavior Problems, Conflict, Conflict Resolution

Association of World Colleges and Universities, Brattleboro, VT. (1973). Report of the Conference on Alternative Designs for World Universities (Nordenfjord World University, Denmark, August 19-25, 1973). This document is a report of a Conference on Alternative Designs for World Universities. Emphasis is placed on the sponsors; preparatory work; the conference format; alternative designs for world universities: operative designs and projected designs; the dialects of world universities; and the conference statement of purpose. A listing of participants and institutional addresses are included.   [More]  Descriptors: Conference Reports, Cross Cultural Training, Cultural Differences, Educational Planning

National Issues Forums, Dayton, OH. (1992). A Public Voice…'92. America's Role in the World. Energy Options. The Boundaries of Free Speech. A Report from the National Issues Forums, Fall & Winter 1991-1992. This document reports on the tenor and outcomes of the National Issues Forums held in 1991-92 on three issues. The report draws upon three resources: short participant questionnaires, descriptions from groups' convenors, and detailed analysis of the taped proceedings of 10 groups. The report is organized in three sections, each consisting of a report from the forums and excerpts from the public response to each issue by a group of representatives from the national media and Congress who met to review excerpts from the videotapes. The first forum report, "America's Role in the World: New Risks, New Realities," starts from the premise that what dominates people's minds when they think about shaping the U.S. role is the breakup of the Soviet Union. Discussion focuses on the following: United States as a solitary superpower; need for U.S. citizens to be much more frank about themselves and more objective about the rest of the world; the United States as leader, not policer, of the world; and need to concentrate on problems at home. The report on the second issue, "Energy Options: Finding a Solution to the Power Predicament," makes the point that the public's view as reflected in the forum discussions reveals a genuine concern about the energy crisis and how it affects and is affected by the national way of life. Topics include the cost of energy conservation, risks people are willing to live with, mistrust of nuclear energy, and need for a national energy policy. Forums held on the third issue, "The Boundaries of Free Speech: How Free Is Too Free?" indicate a worry about the precedents that any restriction would set. Focuses are sex and violence on television and in the movies and what to do about it, hateful speech, and children's right not to hear.   [More]  Descriptors: Adult Education, Citizen Participation, Citizenship Education, Citizenship Responsibility

New York Friends Group, Inc., New York. Center for War/Peace Studies. (1973). A Guide to Selected Curriculum Materials on Interdependence, Conflict, and Change: Teacher Comments on Classroom Use and Implementation. The purpose of this compilation of teacher-developed descriptive evaluations of curriculum materials is to provide practical guidance to available materials dealing with the selected themes of interdependence, conflict, and change. Each of six conceptual units presented on change, conflict, identity, interdependence, power and authority, and values and valuing, contains introductory information to all the materials analyzed, indexing them by conceptual units, topics/techniques, typical courses into which they might be categorized, and grade level. The bulk of each unit is made up of edited versions of the descriptive teacher evaluations. Bibliographic and cost information for each curriculum title are provided along with information on the circumstances under which the materials were used, the grade level, teaching time, and preparation time required. Comments on content, focus, key concepts, goals, helpful supplementary materials, required student abilities, motivation associated with the use of the materials, and additional insights complete each description.   [More]  Descriptors: Authoritarianism, Conflict, Curriculum Evaluation, Dissent

Zinkievich, Noel; Beard, David (1970). Twentieth Century United States History. Grades 11 and 12. This course outline for grades 11 and 12 presents a topical approach to history instruction with emphasis on the post-World War II era. A statement of general objectives is given and these 22 relevant topics are suggested for study: 1) Radicalism in America, 2) Antiwar Movements, 3) Civil Liberties, 4) Politics of Religion, 5) Black Nationalism, 6) Race Relations, 7) Labor Movement, 8) Politics-Elections and Issues, 9) Changing Economic Patterns, 10) Viet Nam, 11) Minority Groups in America, 12) Cold War Politics, 13) Institutional Changes in American Society, 14) Foreign Policy, 15) United Nations, 16) Problems of Control an Institutionalized Society, 17) Consumer Protection, 18) Identity in America, 19) Manners and Morals, 20) Philosophical Trends, 21) Political Ideologies, 22) Urban Problems. A brief explanation of the concepts and understandings related to each topic is given and significant areas for emphasis are noted. Bibliographies are included by topic and some audiovisual aids listed. A HISTORY OF THE UNITED STATES SINCE 1945 by O. Barck, Jr. and OUR RECENT PAST by W. Bonner are two basic texts. Some further recommendations of the writing committee are that: 1) team-teaching techniques be utilized; 2) the course be evaluated after the first year of instruction; and, 3) TV tapes be edited and a brochure of tapes be made available as a resource for teachers.   [More]  Descriptors: Citizenship, Critical Thinking, Current Events, Curriculum Guides

Moore, Melinda; Olsen, Laurie (1984). Our Future at Stake: A Teenager's Guide to Stopping the Nuclear Arms Race. Intended to encourage young people to take part in the dialogue about nuclear weapons and become active on nuclear issues, this guide talks about nuclear weapons and what people can do to stop the threat of nuclear war. There are two major sections. The first section, "The Problem," contains background readings on nuclear issues. Discussed are how the nuclear arms race started, why people think we need nuclear weapons for national security, the cost of the arms race, and arms control. The second section, "What Can I Do?" discusses how to educate and organize others; take part in marches, rallies, and demonstrations; use voting power; make government listen by lobbying, writing, and calling; influence the media; and improve self-expression. The appendices provide a chronology of U.S.-USSR relations; key dates in disarmament; a sample press release; a list of advocacy and resource organizations, government agencies, and classroom curriculum materials; and a description of youth policy projects of the Citizens Policy Center. Descriptors: Adolescents, Advocacy, Citizen Participation, Civil Disobedience

Yacoob, May; Brantly, Eugene; Whiteford, Linda (1996). Public Participation in Urban Environmental Management: A Model for Promoting Community-Based Environmental Management in Peri-Urban Areas. In October 1992, the Water and Sanitation for Health (WASH) Project held a workshop to explore how the U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID) could incorporate community participation as a core element in projects to improve water supply, sanitation, and other environmental conditions of peri-urban areas in developing countries. The results of the workshop and subsequent work are described in this report, which proposes a model for facilitating community involvement in management of environmental pollution (CIMEP). A CIMEP program empowers residents of peri-urban communities to investigate environmental conditions in their neighborhood, identify problems, set priorities, and plan and implement measures to address the problems that most concern them. With the CIMEP model, two processes develop in parallel: (1) the technical process of identifying and evaluating environmental health problems and developing interventions to mitigate their effects; and (2) the participation process involving a systematic program of training and communication to provide community members, local nongovernmental organizations, and local government officials with skills, information, methods, and practices they need to work together to plan and implement an environmental management program. The report is arranged into sections as follows: CIMEP defined, the CIMEP model, technical methods for assessment and planning, community participation activities in CIMEP, and towards implementing the CIMEP model. Contains 89 references.   [More]  Descriptors: Citizen Participation, Community Cooperation, Community Development, Conservation (Environment)

Hanvey, Robert G. (1975). An Attainable Global Perspective. A more complete understanding of global perspective is provided in this essay through an examination of the modes of thought, sensitivities, intellectual skills, and explanatory capacities which contribute to the formation of a global perspective. With an emphasis on both a formal and informal educational level, the essay is divided into five sections which examine the requirements for an attainable global perspective. Section 1, Perspective Consciousness, underscores the need to recognize the concept that everyone's perspective is shaped by subtle influences and that others may have different perspectives. Section 2, State of the Planet Awareness, examines the problems and solutions for increasing the ability of individuals to intelligently interpret information about world conditions. Section 3, Cross Cultural Awareness, describes the different degrees of cross-cultural awareness and the necessity to reach a stage beyond empathy where one has the capacity to imagine oneself in a role within the context of a foreign culture. Section 4, Knowledge of Global Dynamics, analyzes the world as an interdependent system where the issue of growth may be the predominant contemporary problem. Section 5, Awareness of Human Choices, emphasizes that increased global perspective will require difficult value decisions about the solutions to our world problems.   [More]  Descriptors: Conceptual Schemes, Cross Cultural Studies, Cultural Awareness, Decision Making

World Law Fund, New York, NY. (1971). World Law Fund Bibliography. This draft bibliography of published books and reports is divided into the following topical sections: 1) World Order Overview; 2) Perspectives and Methodology; 3) Trends, Dynamics, and Goals; and, 4) Social Change and The Process of Transition. The Perspectives and Methodology section includes works on futuristics, and systems analysis. Included in the Trends, Dynamics and Goals portion of the bibliography are items on various aspects of war prevention; justice and development; ecological balance; and science and technology. Both classic and lesser known works are listed. Entries provide bibliographic data only; no annotations.   [More]  Descriptors: Bibliographies, Developed Nations, Developing Nations, Disarmament

Berger, Karl; And Others (1989). America, the Soviets and Nuclear Arms: Looking to the Future. Teacher's Resource Book. This curriculum project focuses on U.S.-Soviet relations and the choices that U.S. citizens face today in addressing the Soviet Union and the threat of nuclear war. This book is intended as a resource guide to accompany a 22-minute video presentation and student text that are part of the "Four Futures" curriculum. The resource book includes the curriculum's 6 lesson plans and 27 supplemental activities, along with evaluation criteria and homework assignments for each lesson. The curriculum's six parts are: (1) "Getting Started," (2) "Providing a Historical Background," (3) "Introducing the Futures," (4) "'Playing' with the Futures," (5) "Four Futures Balloting," and (6) "Moving Beyond the Futures." Appendices contain optional evaluation materials, as well as 111 additional references and information to supplement classroom discussion and student research. Descriptors: Area Studies, Conflict Resolution, Decision Making, Diplomatic History

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