Ex-Combatants’ Voices - Brewer John D. (Curatore); Wahidin Azrini (Curatore) | Libro Palgrave Macmillan 02/2021 - HOEPLI.it


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Ex-Combatants’ Voices Transitioning from War to Peace in Northern Ireland, South Africa and Sri Lanka

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Genere:Libro
Lingua: Inglese
Pubblicazione: 02/2021
Edizione: 1st ed. 2021





Trama

This book develops the discourse on the experiences of ex-combatants and their transition from war to peace, from the perspective of scholars across disciplines. Ex-combatants are often overlooked and ignored in the post-conflict search for memory and understanding, resulting in their voice being excluded or distorted. This collection seeks to disclose something of the lived experience of ex-combatants who have made the transition from war to peace to help to understand some of the difficulties they have encountered in social and emotional reintegration in the wake of combat. These include: motivations and mobilizations to participation in military struggle; the material difficulties experienced in social reintegration after the war; the emotional legacies of conflict; the discourses they utilize to reconcile their past in a society moving forward from conflict toward peace; and ex-combatants’ subsequent engagement – or not – in peacebuilding. It also examines the contributions that former combatants have made to post-conflict compromise, reconciliation and peacebuilding. It focusses on male non-state actors, women, child soldiers and, unusually, state veterans, and complements previous volumes which captured the voices of victims in Northern Ireland, South Africa and Sri Lanka. This volume speaks to those working in the areas of sociology, criminology, security studies, politics, and international relations, and professionals working in social justice and human rights NGOs.




Sommario

Chapter 1 John D. Brewer and Azrini Wahidin 
Introduction
                                                                                         
Chapter 2 John D. Brewer
Listening to Ex-Combatants’ Voices  

Chapter 3 Azrini Wahidin
Female Ex-Combatants in the Irish Republican Army and the Rocky Road to Peace

Chapter 4 Dave Magee
The Experiences of Loyalist Ex-Combatants on their Journey from Conflict to Peace

Chapter 5 John D. Brewer
‘Sin by silence’: The Claims to Moral Legitimacy Amongst Northern Irish Paramilitaries

Chapter 6 John D. Brewer and Stephen Herron 
British Counter Insurgency Veterans in Afghanistan
Chapter 7 Malose Langa, Godfrey Maringira and Modiefe Merafe
Contested Voices of Former Combatants in Post-Apartheid South Africa

Chapter 8 Siphokazi Magadla
The Lives of Women Ex-Combatants in Post-Apartheid South Africa

Chapter 9 Wilhelm Verwoerd and Theresa Edlmann
‘Why Did I Die?’: South African Defence Force Conscripts Pre- and Post-1994

Chapter 10 Allen Kiconco
An African comparison: Girl Soldiers Returning from a Rebel Group in Northern Uganda             

Chapter 11 Bhavani Fonseka 
Reflections on the Role of Female Cadres in the LTTE

Chapter 12 Ashleigh McFeeters
Media Representations of Women Ex-Combatants in Sri Lanka

Chapter 13 Azrini Wahidin
Concluding reflections

Index




Autore

John D. Brewer is Professor of Post Conflict Studies sat Queen’s University Belfast, Northern Ireland, and Honorary Professor Extraordinary at Stellenbosch University, South Africa. 
Azrini Wahidin is Professor of Sociology and Criminology and Co-Director for the Centre for the Study of Women and Gender Studies at Warwick University, UK. 







Altre Informazioni

ISBN:

9783030615659

Condizione: Nuovo
Collana: Palgrave Studies in Compromise after Conflict
Dimensioni: 210 x 148 mm Ø 606 gr
Formato: Copertina rigida
Pagine Arabe: 348
Pagine Romane: xx






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