Academic Articles - Reconciliation, Psychological Aspects

 


A Needs-Based Model of Reconciliation: Satisfying the Differential Emotional Needs of Victim and Perpetrator as a Key to Promoting Reconciliation

Shnabel, Nurit; Nadler, Arie

Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, Vol 94(1), Jan 2008, 116-132

Categories: Forgiveness, Reconciliation, Psychological Aspects

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Breaking barriers, crossing borders, building bridges: Communication processes in intergroup dialogues

B. R. Nagda

Journal of social issues 0022-4537 Nagda yr:2006 vol:62 iss:3 pg:553

Categories: Dialogue, Reconciliation Psychological Aspects


Escaping the Symbolic Politics Trap: Reconciliation Initiatives and Conflict Resolution in Ethnic Wars
 

Stuart J. Kaufman

Journal of Peace Research, March 2006 vol. 43 no. 2 201-218

Categories: Reconciliation, Psychological Aspects


From Intractable Conflict Through Conflict Resolution to Reconciliation: Psychological Analysis

Bar-Tal, Daniel

 in Political Psychology, Vol. 21, No. 2, June 2000: 351-365.

Categories: Reconciliation - Psychological Aspects

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Intergroup reconciliation: Effects of adversary's expressions of empathy, responsibility, and recipients' trust.

Nadler, A., & Liviatan, I.

Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin, 32, (2006), 459-470.

Categories: Reconciliation, Psychological Aspects
 
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Tania Tam, Miles Hewstone, Jared B. Kenworthy, Ed Cairns, Claudia Marinetti,Leo Geddes, Brian Parkinso
 
Journal of Social Issues, Volume 64, Issue 2, pages 303-320, June 2008
 

Categories: Psychological aspects, Northern Ireland

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Psychological Dynamics of Intractable Ethnonational Conflicts: The Israeli–Palestinian Case

 

Rouhana, Nadim N. and Daniel Bar-Tal

American Psychologist, Vol. 53, No. 7, July 1998: 761-770

Categories: Psychological Aspects, Israel and Palestine

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Sociopsychological Foundations of Intractable Conflicts

 

Bar-Tal, Daniel, American Behavioral Scientist

Vol. 50, No. 11, July 2007: 1430-1453

 Category: Reconciliation, Psychological Aspects


The Pathway between Conflict and Reconciliation: Coexistence as an Evolutionary Process

 

Sluzki, Carloes E.

Transcultural Psychiatry, Vol. 47, No. 1, May 2010: 55-69.

 Categories: Reconciliation, Theory (General), Reconciliation, Psychological Aspects


The Politics of Collective Identity

 Aronoff, Myron J.

Reviews in Anthropology, Vol. 27, No. 1, 1998: 71-85

Category: Reconciliation, Psychological Aspects

The politics of trauma: empathy, reconciliation and peace education

Michalinos Zembylas

Journal of peace education Volume 4, Issue 2, 2007, Pages 207 - 224

Categories: Reconciliation, Paychological Aspects, Trauma and Healing


Rehumanizing the Other: Empathy and Reconciliation

Halpern, J. & Weinstein, H.M.

Human Rights Quarterly, 26 (2004). 561-584

Category: Reconciliation, Psychological Aspects

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Postconflict Reconciliation: Intergroup Forgiveness and Implicit Biases in Northern Ireland

Tam, Tania, Miles Hewstone, Jared B. Kenworthy, Ed Cairns, Claudia Marinetti, Leo Geddes, Brian Parkinson

in Journal of Social Issues, Vol. 64, No. 2, June 2008: 303-320

Categories: Northern Ireland, Psychological Aspects

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On Positive Psychological Outcomes: What Helps Groups With a History of Conflict to Forgive and Reconcile With Each Other?

Noor, M., R. Brown, R. Gonzales, J. Manzi and C. A. Lewis

Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin, Vol. 34, No. 6, 2008: 819-83

Categories: Forgiveness, Reconciliation, Psychological Aspects

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Not in My Name: A Social Psychological Study of Antecedents and Consequences of Acknowledgment of In-Group Atrocities


Intergroup Reconciliation: Effects of Adversary's Expressions of Empathy, Responsibility, and Recipients'
Trust


From Intractable Conflict Through Conflict Resolution to Reconciliation: Psychological Analysis

Bar-Tal, Daniel

 in Political Psychology, Vol. 21, No. 2, June 2000: 351-365.

Categories: Reconciliation - Psychological Aspects

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Escaping the Symbolic Politics Trap: Reconciliation Initiatives and Conflict Resolution in Ethnic Wars


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