ERIC Number: ED151252
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1977
Reference Count: 0
Towards Peace Education: Abstracts on Some Reports related to Conflict Resolution and Peace Education. Pedagogisk Dokumentation, No. 55, 1977.
Bjerstedt, Ake, Comp.; Gustafsson, Evy, Comp.
The document identifies and describes 90 sources of information on conflict resolution and peace education. All the sources are ERIC documents which were published during the period 1966-1976. For each entry, the following information is provided: author, title, source, date, pages, ERIC ED number, microfiche and/or hard copy availability, abstract, and "keywords" (descriptors). The entries span all educational levels, ranging from human awareness activities for kindergarteners to conference presentations about research on public attitudes and mass media. For elementary and secondary levels, the citations include descriptions of social studies programs in peace and global awareness, conflict resolution activities, multimedia resource guides, guidance suggestions for career development in peace studies, and a discussion of individuals' military responsibilities to their country. In the area of higher education, the citations include descriptions of college courses and formal programs in peace studies, guides to the structure and activities of international peace organizations, and reviews of research on attitudes and behavior related to peace and war, cooperation and aggression. (AV)
Descriptors: Abstracts, Adult Education, Annotated Bibliographies, Attitudes, Behavior, College Curriculum, Conflict, Conflict Resolution, Disarmament, Elementary Secondary Education, Global Approach, Higher Education, Human Relations, Instructional Materials, Intergroup Relations, International Education, International Organizations, International Relations, International Studies, Learning Activities, Peace, Problem Solving, Program Descriptions, Prosocial Behavior, Research, War, World Affairs, World Problems
Publication Type: Reference Materials - Bibliographies
Education Level: N/A
Authoring Institution: School of Education, Malmo (Sweden). Dept. of Educational and Psychological Research.