The Practice of War: Production, Reproduction and Communication of Armed Violence
Aparna Rao, Michael Bollig, Monika Böck
Berghahn Books, Jan 1, 2007 - Political Science - 346 pages
More needs to be understood about the ways of war and its effects. Whatimplications does war have for people, their lived-in communities andlarger political systems; how do they cope and adjust in war situationsand how do they deal with the changed world that they inhabit oncepeace is declared? Through a series of essays that move from looking atthe nature of violence to the peace processes that follow it, thisimportant book provides some answers to these questions. It alsoanalyzes those new dimensions of social interaction, such as theinternet, which now provide a bridge between local concerns and globalnetworks and are fundamentally altering the practices of war.
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