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The Resource Contesting Peace in the Postwar City : Belfast, Mitrovica and Mostar, (electronic book)

Contesting Peace in the Postwar City : Belfast, Mitrovica and Mostar, (electronic book)

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Contesting Peace in the Postwar City : Belfast, Mitrovica and Mostar
Title
Contesting Peace in the Postwar City
Title remainder
Belfast, Mitrovica and Mostar
Creator
Subject
Language
eng
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Cataloging source
EBLCP
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Gušić, Ivan
Dewey number
303.66
Index
no index present
LC call number
JZ5538
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
dictionaries
Series statement
Rethinking Peace and Conflict Studies
http://library.link/vocab/subjectName
  • Peace
  • Postwar reconstruction
  • Urban violence
Label
Contesting Peace in the Postwar City : Belfast, Mitrovica and Mostar, (electronic book)
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Publication
Note
Description based upon print version of record
Antecedent source
unknown
Bibliography note
References
Color
multicolored
Contents
  • Intro; Acknowledgements; Prologue; Contents; Abbreviations; List of Figures; Chapter 1: The Postwar City; 1.1 The Research Problem; 1.2 Research Contributions; 1.3 Situating the Book; Opening Up Peace Research; Critical Attentiveness Towards Different Forms of War and Peace; 1.4 Structuring the Book; Urban Conflicts over Peace(s); The Concepts Used; Insights from Belfast, Mitrovica, and Mostar; 1.5 A Note on Methods; Semi-structured Interviews with Open-Ended Questions; Participant Observations; Unanticipated Conversations; Selecting Interviewees, Sites, and Conversations
  • 1.6 Outline of ChaptersReferences; Chapter 2: Studying the Postwar City Through Urban Conflicts over Peace(s); 2.1 The Postwar as Conflicts over Peace(s); The Continuities of War in Peace; War and Peace as Antitheses; The Continuities of War in Peace; The Postwar as the Transition Between War and Peace; The Contestation, Heterogeneity, and Subjectivity of Peace(s); Consequence 1: The Unavoidable Continuities of War in Peace(s); Consequence 2: (Re)defining War and Peace; War = Peace?; War {u2260} Peace; Peace as an Order of Things; Consequence 3: The Postwar as the Conflict over Peace(s)
  • 2.2 Theorising the City as a Research ObjectWhat Is the City?; The City's Constitution; The City's Functioning; The City as a Research Object; The City's Transcending Potential; 2.3 The Postwar City as Permeated by Urban Conflicts over Peace(s); The Postwar City; The Limits and Distinctiveness of the Postwar City; The Limits of the Postwar City; The Distinctiveness of the Postwar City; Studying the Postwar City Through Its Urban Conflicts over Peace(s); References; Chapter 3: Three Approaches to Urban Conflicts over Peace(s); 3.1 Entry Point 1: The Acted City
  • 3.2 Entry Point 2: The Governed City3.3 Entry Point 3: The Spatial City; 3.4 The Complexities of the City; 3.5 Negotiating Agency; The Subject's Created, Multifaceted, and Fluid Set of Acts; Coherence and Stability Is Both Possible and Necessary; The Indeterminism of the World; Agency as an Open-Ended and Constant Negotiation; Studying Acts in Urban Conflicts over Peace(s); 3.6 Governmentality; Structuring the Field of Possible Acts; Ways of Thinking; Modes of Acting; Governing in Governmentality; Studying Governing Attempts in Urban Conflicts over Peace(s); 3.7 Relational Space
  • The Production of SpaceProduction Means Heterogeneity and Ever-becoming; The Production by Space; The Relationality Between Production of and by Space; Studying Space in Urban Conflicts over Peace(s); 3.8 Three Different Ways to Study Urban Conflicts over Peace(s); 3.9 A Note on Research Design; How to Study Urban Conflicts over Peace(s); Prioritising More Cases; Choosing Cases from Multiple Postwar Cities; Organising the Analyses; Selecting What Urban Conflicts over Peace(s) to Study; Selecting Postwar Cities and Linking Them with Concepts; Selecting the Urban Conflicts over Peace(s)
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
1 online resource (311 p.).
File format
unknown
Form of item
online
Isbn
9783030280918
Level of compression
unknown
Quality assurance targets
not applicable
Reformatting quality
unknown
Sound
unknown sound
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
  • on1130021351
  • (OCoLC)1130021351
Label
Contesting Peace in the Postwar City : Belfast, Mitrovica and Mostar, (electronic book)
Publication
Note
Description based upon print version of record
Antecedent source
unknown
Bibliography note
References
Color
multicolored
Contents
  • Intro; Acknowledgements; Prologue; Contents; Abbreviations; List of Figures; Chapter 1: The Postwar City; 1.1 The Research Problem; 1.2 Research Contributions; 1.3 Situating the Book; Opening Up Peace Research; Critical Attentiveness Towards Different Forms of War and Peace; 1.4 Structuring the Book; Urban Conflicts over Peace(s); The Concepts Used; Insights from Belfast, Mitrovica, and Mostar; 1.5 A Note on Methods; Semi-structured Interviews with Open-Ended Questions; Participant Observations; Unanticipated Conversations; Selecting Interviewees, Sites, and Conversations
  • 1.6 Outline of ChaptersReferences; Chapter 2: Studying the Postwar City Through Urban Conflicts over Peace(s); 2.1 The Postwar as Conflicts over Peace(s); The Continuities of War in Peace; War and Peace as Antitheses; The Continuities of War in Peace; The Postwar as the Transition Between War and Peace; The Contestation, Heterogeneity, and Subjectivity of Peace(s); Consequence 1: The Unavoidable Continuities of War in Peace(s); Consequence 2: (Re)defining War and Peace; War = Peace?; War {u2260} Peace; Peace as an Order of Things; Consequence 3: The Postwar as the Conflict over Peace(s)
  • 2.2 Theorising the City as a Research ObjectWhat Is the City?; The City's Constitution; The City's Functioning; The City as a Research Object; The City's Transcending Potential; 2.3 The Postwar City as Permeated by Urban Conflicts over Peace(s); The Postwar City; The Limits and Distinctiveness of the Postwar City; The Limits of the Postwar City; The Distinctiveness of the Postwar City; Studying the Postwar City Through Its Urban Conflicts over Peace(s); References; Chapter 3: Three Approaches to Urban Conflicts over Peace(s); 3.1 Entry Point 1: The Acted City
  • 3.2 Entry Point 2: The Governed City3.3 Entry Point 3: The Spatial City; 3.4 The Complexities of the City; 3.5 Negotiating Agency; The Subject's Created, Multifaceted, and Fluid Set of Acts; Coherence and Stability Is Both Possible and Necessary; The Indeterminism of the World; Agency as an Open-Ended and Constant Negotiation; Studying Acts in Urban Conflicts over Peace(s); 3.6 Governmentality; Structuring the Field of Possible Acts; Ways of Thinking; Modes of Acting; Governing in Governmentality; Studying Governing Attempts in Urban Conflicts over Peace(s); 3.7 Relational Space
  • The Production of SpaceProduction Means Heterogeneity and Ever-becoming; The Production by Space; The Relationality Between Production of and by Space; Studying Space in Urban Conflicts over Peace(s); 3.8 Three Different Ways to Study Urban Conflicts over Peace(s); 3.9 A Note on Research Design; How to Study Urban Conflicts over Peace(s); Prioritising More Cases; Choosing Cases from Multiple Postwar Cities; Organising the Analyses; Selecting What Urban Conflicts over Peace(s) to Study; Selecting Postwar Cities and Linking Them with Concepts; Selecting the Urban Conflicts over Peace(s)
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
1 online resource (311 p.).
File format
unknown
Form of item
online
Isbn
9783030280918
Level of compression
unknown
Quality assurance targets
not applicable
Reformatting quality
unknown
Sound
unknown sound
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
  • on1130021351
  • (OCoLC)1130021351

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