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by Scott Bollens

  • ISBN: 0813335418
  • Category: Politics and Government
  • Subcategory: Politics
  • Author: Scott Bollens
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Westview Press (December 8, 1998)
  • Pages: 360
  • ePub book: 1242 kb
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It combines perspectives from urban geography, political science, social psychology, and urban planning to study the relationship between ethnic ideologies and the urban Urban Peacebuilding in Divided Societies explores the effects of urban policy and planning in the management o. .

It combines perspectives from urban geography, political science, social psychology, and urban planning to study the relationship between ethnic ideologies and the urban Urban Peacebuilding in Divided Societies explores the effects of urban policy and planning in the management of ethnic conflict in strife-torn societies, focusing on the cases of Belfast and Johannesburg

Urban Peacebuilding in Divided Societies explores the effects of urban policy and planning in the management of ethnic conflict in strife-torn societies, focusing on the cases of Belfast and Johannesburg.

Urban Peacebuilding in Divided Societies explores the effects of urban policy and planning in the management of ethnic conflict in strife-torn societies, focusing on the cases of Belfast and Johannesburg. It combines perspectives from urban geography, political science, social psychology, and urban planning to study the relationship between ethnic ideologies and the urban strategies that affect ethnic territoriality in the form of urban land use, housing, economic development, services, and citizen involvement.

Urban peacebuilding in divided societies: Belfast and Johannesburg. Boulder: Westview Press. City and soul in divided societies. Brand, . & Fregonese, S. (2013).

Conflict Resolution in Divided Societies. Coping With Conflict: Violence and Urban Renewal in Belfast.

The British-controlled Northern Ireland Executive (NIE) has enacted urban policies intended to be impartial and inoffensive to either community  . Conflict Resolution in Divided Societies. Boston: Cen ter for International Affairs, Harvard University. Northern Ireland Housing Executive (1988). World Politics: The Menu for Choice.

Scott Bollens is a professor in the department of Urban and Region Planning in the School of Social Ecology at the University of Calfiornia, Irvine. Professor Bollens was also recently appointed the Drew, Chase, and Erin Warmington Chair in the Social Ecology of Peace and International Cooperation. Since 1994, hes interviewed more than 120 urban professionals in Jerusalem, Belfast, Johannesburg, Nicosia and Sarajevo about the role of city building in the midst of nationalistic ethnic conflict. In April 2002, Bollens presented his findings in a paper titled Practical Strategies of Urban Peace-Building at a seminar in Mostar, Bosnia-Herzegovina.

Recent books include City and Soul in Divided Societies (2012, Routledge Press), Cities, Nationalism, and .

Recent books include City and Soul in Divided Societies (2012, Routledge Press), Cities, Nationalism, and Democratization (2007, Routledge), On Narrow Ground (2000, State University of New York Press) and Urban Peace-Building in Divided Societies (1999, Westview Press). This book is about the trajectories of urban conflict and peace in the politically polarized cities of Jerusalem and Belfast since 1994 – how sometimes there has been hopeful change while at other times debilitating stasis and regression.

In this unique book Scott A. Bollens . This approach extends the reader’s understanding of these places and connects more intimately with the lived urban experience. Books related to City and Soul in Divided Societies. Bollens combines personal narrative with academic analysis in telling the story of inflammatory nationalistic and ethnic conflict in nine cities – Jerusalem, Beirut, Belfast, Johannesburg, Nicosia, Sarajevo, Mostar, Bilbao, and Barcelona. Bollens observes that a city disabled by nationalistic strife looks like a callous landscape of securitized space, divisions and wounds, frozen in time and in place. Yet, the soul in these cities perseveres.

Scott Bollens, Urban Peacebuilding in Divided Societies: Belfast and Johannesburg (Boulder: Westview Press, 1999); Scott Bollens, City and Soul in Divided Societies (Abingdon: Routledge

Scott Bollens, Urban Peacebuilding in Divided Societies: Belfast and Johannesburg (Boulder: Westview Press, 1999); Scott Bollens, City and Soul in Divided Societies (Abingdon: Routledge, 2011). Downloaded by at 04:26 03 May 2013. This article is concerned with processes of peace, which are situated within and. constitutive of different spaces and places.

His previous books include Urban Peacebuilding in Divided Societies and (with David R. Godschalk, John S. Hekman, and Mike E. Miles) Land Supply Monitoring: A Guide for Improving Public and Private Urban Development Decisions. Библиографические данные. On Narrow Ground: Urban Policy and Ethnic Conflict in Jerusalem and Belfast SUNY series in Urban Public Policy.

Scott A. Bollens is Professor of Urban Planning at the University of California, Irvine, where he holds the Warmington Chair in Peace and International Coooperation. He is author of Cities, Nationalism, and Democratization (2007), On Narrow Ground (2000), and Urban Peace-Building in Divided Societies (1999). Start reading City and Soul in Divided Societies on your Kindle in under a minute. Don't have a Kindle? Get your Kindle here, or download a FREE Kindle Reading App.

Urban Peacebuilding in Divided Societies explores the effects of urban policy and planning in the management of ethnic conflict in strife-torn societies, focusing on the cases of Belfast and Johannesburg. It combines perspectives from urban geography, political science, social psychology, and urban planning to study the relationship between ethnic ideologies and the urban strategies that affect ethnic territoriality in the form of urban land use, housing, economic development, services, and citizen involvement. The book contrasts Belfast, embedded within an uncertain shift from conflict to political settlement, with Johannesburg, engaged in post-resolution reconciliation, to analyze, along different points of societal transition, the contributions of urban policymaking to peacemaking and peacebuilding. It describes the differing roles—obstructive or facilitative—that contested cities can play amidst broader peacemaking efforts, consistent with Bollens' contention that there are lessons in urban peacebuilding for constructing mutually tolerable living environments at the regional and national levels. Effectively, cities (and urban policies) are the locus for operationalizing national ideologies of ethnic coexistence.