Volume 6, Issue 3, July 2013

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Volume 6, Issue 3, July 2013

 

Editor: Dr. David Gabbard, Boise State University

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Why Security Needs Liberty
Amien KacouPg. 3

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Drone Warfare: A Worldwide Terrorist Threat

Timothy Rodriguez

Pg. 12

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Democratization and Armed Conflict in Africa: Critical Perspectives

Abosede Omowumi Babatunde

Pg. 20

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Revelation on Johan Galtung’s Approach to Peace: Implications for the African Peace

Oluwaseun Bamidele

Pg. 37

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Feminist Peacebuilding: Merging Theory and Practice in Pisco, Peru

Anna Erwin

Pg. 46

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Power, Peace and the Political: Arendt’s Alternative to Perpetual Peace

Anya Topolski

Pg. 57

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What Does a Reciprocal Peace Process Look Like?

Katerina Standish

Pg. 69

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Towards Peaceful Adaptation? Reflections on the Purpose, Scope, and Practice of Peace Studies in the 21st Century

Rhys Kelly & Ute Kelly

Pg. 85

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Playing to Kill: Video Games and Violence

Urko Del Campo Arnaudas

Pg. 107

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Socio-Economic Status as a Predictor of Perceptions, Behaviors, and Administrative Responses Related to Bullying

Marvin J. Berlowitz and Kelli Jette

Pg. 120

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Interview with Michael Wayne Ustaszewski

Melissa Sheridan Embser-Herbert

Pg. 142

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Lessons Learned From the Field: The Blurring of Research and Advocacy with East African Muslim Youth

Letitia E. Basford

Pg. 150

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Living Beyond Solitary: An update on Mumia Abu Jamal

Kevin Price

Pg. 159

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Intergenerational Crime Prevention: Attempts to Save Children from Following in Their Incarcerated Parents’ Footsteps

Steven Dobransky

Pg. 164

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BOOK REVIEWS

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Earth, Animal, and Disability Liberation: The Rise of the Eco-Ability Movement. 2012. Edited by Anthony J. Nocella II, Judy K. C. Bentley, and Janet M. Duncan. NY: Peter Lang.

Dylan James Hallingstad O’Brien

Pg. 179

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Adventures With a Texas Naturalist. 1947. Roy Bedichek. TX: University of Texas Press.

Roberto Bahruth

Pg. 181

 

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