Modeling Peace

Modeling Peace
Author: Jie Shi
Publsiher: Columbia University Press
Total Pages: 358
Release: 2020-03-24
Genre: Social Science
ISBN: 9780231549202

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Among hundreds of thousands of ancient graves and tombs excavated to date in China, the Mancheng site stands out for its unparalleled complexity and richness. It features juxtaposed burials of the first king and queen of the Zhongshan kingdom (dated late second century BCE). The male tomb occupant, King Liu Sheng (d. 113 BCE), was sent by his father, Emperor Jing (r. 157–141 BCE), to rule the Zhongshan kingdom near the northern frontier of the Western Han Empire, neighboring the nomadic Xiongnu confederation. Modeling Peace interprets Western Han royal burial as a political ideology by closely reading the architecture and funerary content of this site and situating it in the historical context of imperialization in Western Han China. Through a study of both the archaeological materials and related received and excavated texts, Jie Shi demonstrates that the Mancheng site was planned and designed as a unity of religious, gender, and intercultural concerns. The site was built under the supervision of the future occupants of the royal tomb, who used these burials to assert their political ideology based on Huang-Lao and Confucian thought: a good ruler is one who pacifies himself, his family, and his country. This book is the first scholarly monograph on an undisturbed and fully excavated early Chinese royal burial site.

Peace With My Dad

Peace With My Dad
Author: Gloria Hicks
Publsiher: Lulu Press, Inc
Total Pages: 135
Release: 2020-07-24
Genre: Family & Relationships
ISBN: 9780578728568

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Elder Gloria Hicks offers readers the opportunity to join her on her journey of "Making Peace With My Dad." This book examines the impact of her relationship with her father and it's connection to her other life relationships. Her prayer is that her readers will experience growth, revival, greater depth of God's love and peace on their own relationships.

Evolution of Peace Leadership and Practical Implications

Evolution of Peace Leadership and Practical Implications
Author: Schellhammer, Erich Paul
Publsiher: IGI Global
Total Pages: 382
Release: 2022-05-13
Genre: Political Science
ISBN: 9781799897385

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Faced with conflict and opposition across disciplines and industries, understanding and utilizing peace throughout leadership roles has never been more important than in today’s world. Ensuring leaders are prepared and educated in the benefits of peaceful resolution and management is crucial to create a more thoughtful and civilized society. Further study on the best practices, opportunities, and challenges of implementing peace into leadership roles is needed for successful adoption. Evolution of Peace Leadership and Practical Implications develops essential themes in the field of peace leadership and combines theoretical frameworks and practical applications to provide a comprehensive discussion on the history and current state of peace leadership and peace leadership education. Covering topics such as peacebuilding, social justice, and the Sustainable Development Goals, this reference work is an essential guide for managers, business owners, policymakers, scholars, practitioners, researchers, academicians, instructors, and students.

Cultivating Peace

Cultivating Peace
Author: Marty Branagan,Bert Jenkins,Helen Ware
Publsiher: Cambridge Scholars Publishing
Total Pages: 385
Release: 2014-04-11
Genre: Political Science
ISBN: 9781443859318

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Cultivating Peace: Contexts, Practices and Multidimensional Models moves away from negative connotations associated with the concept of post-conflict peacebuilding. It embraces a multiplicity of trans-disciplinary approaches to peacebuilding, mostly coinciding with the eco-horticultural metaphor of peace cultivation. Ultimately, the idea of cultivating peace embodies love and compassion, while utilising local knowledge, expertise and wisdom to do no harm. Using various case studies from across the world, the narratives and insights in this book present diverse facets of peacebuilding, yet all contribute constructive lessons. The chapters cover three general themes. Some examine the structural and discursive causes of violence and how to improve situations where violence is evident, or to prevent it from breaking out. Others deal with the aftermath of violence and how to reconcile and restore shattered lives and societies. The third group deals with positive social change by nonviolent means, which is much more constructive than the “negative peace” of ceasefires and peace enforcement used to manage direct violence. Promoting the ideal of peace cultivation, this volume emphasises ways to improve things, to suggest alternatives, and to employ initiatives to plant and grow positive changes both during the fighting and in the aftermath of violent conflicts.

Edeh s Charity Peace Model ECPM

Edeh s Charity Peace Model  ECPM
Author: Emmanuel M. P. Edeh: The Peacemaker
Publsiher: AuthorHouse
Total Pages: 232
Release: 2013-10-08
Genre: Reference
ISBN: 9781491819876

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“Edeh’s Model of Peace, responds effectively and efficiently to the two dimensions of peace - primordial and secondary, and this response singles it out of other systems or models of peace promoted by other exponents.” AGBO EDMUND PHD “If Edeh has easily solved these millions of cases in his Centre, thereby adding a robust value to human community, it is timely then to integrate this model into the global community in the interest of mankind.” CHUKWU EZECHI CHUKWU PHD “The model of resolving disputes propounded by Edeh and propagated by his disciples can be effectively applied in any country, creed or context. In other words, it has a universal appeal.” OLIVER UDAYA FJS

Deep Peace

Deep Peace
Author: Todd D. Hunter
Publsiher: Zondervan
Total Pages: 272
Release: 2021-09-21
Genre: Religion
ISBN: 9780310120445

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Experience deep wholeness in your life that springs forth from the peace of God. We live in a fearful, anxiety-driven age where the problems and challenges of the world assault us from every direction and every media source, and they far exceed our abilities to respond to them. The sense of desperation that often comes of this leads to discord and violence: from bitter, cutting remarks to the atrocities of war; from pervasive racism to knee-jerk micro-aggressions. It contributes to our current, peace-bankrupt social discourse, leading to patterns of dismissing, dividing from, condemning, or hating people. But what if the root of these problems is not found out there, in the situations, the information or misinformation of what's happening in the world? What if they come from here: in our minds, hearts, thought-life, and emotions? In Deep Peace, Todd Hunter, founding pastor of Holy Trinity Anglican Church, analyzes the anxiety and desperation of our current moment and brings it before a biblical framework of profound peace. This book provides practices to help Christians value and actively seek peace, becoming people of reconciliation in ordinary life. Deep Peace: Uncovers the ten things that are most harmful to peace in a person's life. Unpacks the "Trinity of Peace" found in the Father, the Son, and the Holy Spirit and how we can find rest in each person of the Trinity. Reveals spiritual practices that will teach you how to pursue an inner calm and become the kind of person that meets conflict with love and renounces fear. Deep Peace is a timely benediction that offers a practical and spiritual guide to recenter believers in the peace of Christ.

Building Peace in America

Building Peace in America
Author: Emily Sample,Douglas Irvin-Erickson
Publsiher: Rowman & Littlefield Publishers
Total Pages: 240
Release: 2020-08-16
Genre: Political Science
ISBN: 9781538143810

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America may not be at war, but it is not at peace. Recent public and political rhetoric have revealed the escalation of a pervasive and dangerous “us versus them” ideology in the United States. This powerful book is motivated by the contributors’ recognition of continuing structural violence and injustice, which are linked to long-standing systems of racism, social marginalization, xenophobia, poverty, and inequality in all forms. Calls to restore America’s greatness are just the most recent iteration of dehumanizing language against minority communities. The violation of the civil and human rights of vulnerable groups presents a serious threat to American democracy. These deeply rooted and systemic inequities have no easy solutions, and the destructive nature of today’s conflicts in America threaten to impede efforts to build peace, promote justice, and inspire constructive social change. Acknowledging the complexity of building peace in the United States, this volume represents the first step in envisioning a more just, peaceful country—from the grassroots to the highest levels of leadership. The editors have brought together a diverse group of scholars, conflict resolution practitioners, civil society leaders, community peacebuilders, and faith leaders who are committed to pro-social change. Collectively, they examine how best to understand the current issues, deescalate destructive public rhetoric, undermine the “us versus them” polarity, and support those currently working for positive change. Together, the contributors share experiences and perspectives on the past, present, and future of peacebuilding; develop a vision for how we can collectively respond in our communities, campuses, and congregations; and catalyze action during this pivotal moment in America.

Prayer Peace and the Presence of God

Prayer  Peace and the Presence of God
Author: Dr. David Butts
Publsiher: Made For Success Publishing
Total Pages: 135
Release: 2017
ISBN: 9781935012818

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“I’m sorry, Mr. Butts, but you have lymphoma and you are already in stage four.” Those words would rattle anyone. Those are the words Dave and Kim Butts heard just 10 days into Dave’s beginning to write this book on prayer and peace. God literally put Dave into a situation where Dave would have to live out what he was planning to teach others in his book. As believers, we know that we are supposed to walk in Christ’s peace day by day. But when the trials, struggles, and stresses of life come upon us, many of us do not appropriate or experience that peace. Instead, we look at our circumstances and worry. In the pages of this 30-day devotional, you will find the shalom—the peace—of Jesus! Each day you will be encouraged by a verse on peace, gently be taught how to live that verse out, and then be guided in praying that peace into your life. This book is for every believer who wants to experience and walk in the peace of Christ, no matter what life throws at him or her.

Hydraulic Flood Routing Models of the Peace and Slave Rivers Hudson Hope to Great Slave Lake

Hydraulic Flood Routing Models of the Peace and Slave Rivers  Hudson Hope to Great Slave Lake
Author: Faye Ellen Hicks,Kenneth G. McKay,Northern River Basins Study (Canada)
Publsiher: Unknown
Total Pages: 156
Release: 1996
Genre: Flood routing
ISBN: MINN:31951D00913578M

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Describes a hydraulic flood routing model developed to accurately model the open water river discharge on the Peace and Slave rivers. The model is capable of modelling the discharge at sites where no discharge data exist. The document includes description of the development of the database for the model, including the geometric database (channel distances, surface slopes, bed profiles, channel widths and resistances) and the hydrologic data. The appendix includes a user manual for the user-friendly microcomputer program that has been set up to run historical flows (1961-93) and to simulate naturalised flows on the Peace River (1969-91).

Rethinking the Liberal Peace

Rethinking the Liberal Peace
Author: Shahrbanou Tadjbakhsh
Publsiher: Taylor & Francis
Total Pages: 272
Release: 2011-03-08
Genre: Political Science
ISBN: 9781136740473

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This book presents a critical analysis of the liberal peace project and offers possible alternatives and models.

Water for Peace Planning and developing water programs

Water for Peace  Planning and developing water programs
Author: Anonim
Publsiher: Unknown
Total Pages: 135
Release: 1968
Genre: Hydrology
ISBN: UCR:31210010141966

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Permanent Neutrality

Permanent Neutrality
Author: Herbert R Reginbogin,Pascal Lottaz
Publsiher: Unknown
Total Pages: 135
Release: 2020-03-15
Genre: Electronic Book
ISBN: 9781793610294

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This collection examines the theory, practice, and application of state neutrality in international relations. With a focus on its modern-day applications, the studies in this volume analyze the global implications of permanent neutrality for Taiwan, Russia, Ukraine, the European Union, and the United States. Exploring permanent neutrality's role as a realist security model capable of rivaling collective security, the authors argue that permanent neutrality has the potential to decrease major security dilemmas on the global stage.

The PEACE Model Evidence Based Practice Guide for Clinical Nurses

The PEACE Model Evidence Based Practice Guide for Clinical Nurses
Author: Joyce Fitzpatrick,Reynaldo Rivera
Publsiher: SIGMA Theta Tau International
Total Pages: 135
Release: 2021
Genre: Education
ISBN: 164648004X

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"Nurses are in charge of the patients and their families throughout the hospital and health system experience. They assist patients through illness to achieve higher levels of health. They coordinate the care throughout the patients' experiences with the healthcare system. Nurses are the leaders of patient care at the bedside and beyond. It is important that as clinical leaders, nurses have the most accurate, most up-to-date, and evidence-based information available so that they can always do the right thing. The PEACE model develops clinical nurses as leaders in care of both patients and their families. Clinical nurses, those at the point of care, have embraced this model for guiding their practice. The PEACE model helps clinical nurses solve challenging problems through a rigorous evidence-based practice process-from problem identification to evaluation and dissemination. The crux of the PEACE model is the mnemonic that simplifies the evidence-based practice (EBP) process for clinical nurses. The PEACE model is used across New York-Presbyterian (NYP), one of the nation's most comprehensive academic healthcare delivery systems. NYP is composed of 10 hospitals in New York and employs more than 11,000 nurses across the enterprise. One striking advantage of the model is that it emerged from the work of clinical nurses who were struggling to find a way to remember and apply the components of other EBP models. The mnemonic PEACE promotes understanding and application by clinical nurses, providing a way to easily remember the EBP component stages. The uniqueness of the PEACE model is its simplicity. This relevance leads to continued application in day-to-day nursing practice. As we strive for peace at many levels of our lives and work, the mnemonic is easy to remember. The PEACE model may be adapted to any setting where nurses practice"--

Working for Peace

Working for Peace
Author: Rachel MacNair
Publsiher: Impact Publishers
Total Pages: 300
Release: 2006
Genre: Political Science
ISBN: 1886230722

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The most complete guidebook yet to the psychology of social activism. Forty active peace workers -- psychologists, social workers, communication specialists and other professionals -- offer detailed practical guidance on getting yourself together, maintaining an effective group of volunteers, and getting the word out to the larger community. Chapters include: Cultivating Inner Peace; Overcoming Anger and Anxiety; Overcoming Helplessness and Discouragement; Overcoming Burnout; Motivating Others; Effective Group Meetings and Decision Making; Using Conflict Creatively; Promoting Peaceful Interaction; Nonviolent Communication; From Anger to Peace; Preparing for Nonviolent Confrontations; Effective Media Communication; Humor for Peace.

The United States Institute of Peace Journal

The United States Institute of Peace Journal
Author: Anonim
Publsiher: Unknown
Total Pages: 135
Release: 1993-04
Genre: Peace
ISBN: PURD:32754082155247

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