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Hà, Tú-Anh; Bellot, Andrea Roxana; Lê, Thùy Phuong Th? – Journal of Peace Education, 2022
The present case study explores the reception of American War literature among Vietnamese high-school students. In April and May 2020, seventy-seven seventeen-year-old students from "Lê H?ng Phong High School for the Gifted" (H? Chí Minh City) participated in this study by answering Google form surveys about literary texts that form part…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, High School Students, World History, War
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Abbey, Devon; Wansink, Bjorn G. J. – Journal of Peace Education, 2022
In post-conflict societies marked by strong negative stereotypes or delicate and sometimes unstable political contexts, teaching both knowledge and understanding of conflicting historical narratives has become a matter of educational urgency. Conversely, a framework for effective teacher training that prepares teachers to activate and facilitate…
Descriptors: Peace, Conflict Resolution, Teacher Education, Teacher Educators
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Lustick, Hilary – Journal of Peace Education, 2022
How can restorative justice, an increasingly common alternative to zero tolerance discipline, serve as an opportunity to both close the racial discipline gap and promote more critical awareness of structural inequality? Using Knight and Wadhwa's (2014) concept of critical restorative justice, I analyzed interviews with youth leaders and staff at…
Descriptors: Justice, Zero Tolerance Policy, Racial Differences, Discipline
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Steele, Annfrid Rosøy; Leming, Tove – Journal of Peace Education, 2022
Teachers' intercultural understanding has a growing importance in teacher education. In a society with more diverse classrooms, there is an increasing need for teachers with a broad intercultural understanding. Student teachers who have had school practice in different cultural settings have a broader understanding of their multicultural pupils…
Descriptors: Cultural Awareness, Teacher Education Programs, Student Teachers, Student Diversity
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Palma Flores, Evelyn; Albornoz Muñoz, Natalia – Journal of Peace Education, 2022
This article presents an analysis of historical thinking operations deployed in a student debate on Chile's difficult past. A discussion was held in a public school during the second semester of 2019 on sensitive issues in recent history. Twenty-seven students between eleven and fourteen years of age participated in the activity, corresponding to…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Elementary School Students, History Instruction, Controversial Issues (Course Content)
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Vieyra, Rebecca E.; Edwards, Sachi – Journal of Peace Education, 2021
Science education has historically been viewed both as a tool to advance competitiveness as well as to improve the human condition. However, science education as it is enacted at a systemic level often presents itself in over-simplified (and typically Westernized) form that does not fully lend teachers and students the opportunity to explore the…
Descriptors: Science Education, Peace, Interdisciplinary Approach, Science and Society
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Dewilde, Joke; Kjørven, Ole Kolbjørn; Skrefsrud, Thor-André; Saether, Elin – Journal of Peace Education, 2021
This article explores young people's experiences and meaning-making at a multicultural festival. Multicultural festivals aim to promote inclusion and challenge problem-oriented discourses in current debates on diversity and migration. Listening to youth voices from such a festival gives a sense of how young participants perceive representations of…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Cultural Activities, Experience, Children
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Misoska, Ana Tomovska; Loader, Rebecca – Journal of Peace Education, 2021
Education plays an important role in bridging divisions and promoting positive intergroup relations. A number of initiatives aimed at improving relations in conflict-affected societies have been based on the contact hypothesis. However, very little attention has been devoted to the potential of such interventions to reduce social distance between…
Descriptors: Role of Education, Intergroup Relations, Conflict, Intervention
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Lehner, Daniela – Journal of Peace Education, 2021
In this theoretical article, the qualities of the artist for peacebuilding and peace education are explored. Peacebuilding and peace education are not only based on skills and knowledge, but also on art, a creative process that originates in our imagination. The question guiding this paper is: How can we, as peacebuilders and educators, imagine,…
Descriptors: Peace, Teaching Methods, Artists, Creativity
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Morales, Esteban; Gebre, Engida H. – Journal of Peace Education, 2021
The longest internal conflict in Colombia was concluded in 2016, leading to the creation of "Cátedra de la Paz," a peace and citizenship education course required for all schools and grade levels. However, teachers' understanding of the course, their ways of implementation and the challenges they face remain unknown. This study examines…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Teacher Attitudes, Peace, Teaching Methods
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McCorkle, William – Journal of Peace Education, 2021
How individuals interpret the justifications for historical war can have a large effect on how they see modern warfare. In the social studies classroom, particularly in the U.S. context, so much of what educators focus on in regard to war are the events of World War II. This focus on the Second World War is understandable. However, it could also…
Descriptors: War, Peace, Teaching Methods, United States History
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Floresta, Jonamari Kristin – Journal of Peace Education, 2021
Students exposed to conflict have increased risks of perpetrating school violence. For young people who experience war in Philippine's Mindanao, overcoming violence can be particularly challenging as perpetrating this behaviour has, over time, become embedded in their postcolonial culture. These students are most affected by conflict and…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Conflict, Violence, War
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Skårås, Merethe – Journal of Peace Education, 2021
In recent years, a number of nation states have signed peace protocols and entered processes of peace and reconciliation. This has led to an increasing pool of literature on history education in these divided and diverse societies emerging from violent conflict. This article provides a review of the latest developments in this field which focuses…
Descriptors: Peace, Teaching Methods, Social Justice, Antisocial Behavior
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Dey, Sweta – Journal of Peace Education, 2021
Mahatma Gandhi's life, ideas and educational philosophies on the whole form important cluster in peace education. Gandhi mainly valued three types of correlation in education viz., physical environment, social environment and craft, which are unavoidable in peace studies. Through these correlations Gandhi wanted to develop qualities which were…
Descriptors: Peace, Correlation, Educational Philosophy, Physical Environment
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Sjøen, Martin M. – Journal of Peace Education, 2021
What is at stake when educators are asked to deploy vigilant surveillance against students considered to be at risk of becoming a terrorist? This article explores the growing relationship between education and terrorism by focusing on how schools can contribute to reducing fears of terrorism. Rather than profiling future terrorists among their…
Descriptors: Terrorism, Role of Education, School Role, Prevention
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