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Conflict resolution beyond the international relations paradigm : evolving designs as a transformative practice in Nagorno-Karabakh and Syria / Philip Gamaghelyan ; with a foreword by Susan Allen.
Stuttgart : Ibidem-Verlag, 
278 pages ; 21 cm.
Soviet and post-Soviet politics and society ; vol. 171.
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Soviet and post-soviet politics and society, 1614-3515 ; vol. 171
"Philip Gamaghelyan relies on participatory action research and collective autoethnography to expose patterns of exclusion and marginalization as well as the paradoxical reproduction of conflict-promoting frames in current conflict-resolution practice applied to the Nagorno-Karabakh and Syrian crises. He builds on the work of postmodernist scholars, on reflective practice, and on discourse analysis to explore alternative and inclusive strategies with a transformative potential." -- from publisher website.
Includes bibliographical references (pages 267-278) and index.
1. Critical review of conflict resolution theories
3. Auto-ethnographic sketch
4. On ethical and methodological challenges of leading a Syrian dialogue program in the middle of a civil war: from exclusion to inclusion
5. On methodological challenges of leading a analytic initiative in the context of the long-lasting Nagorno-Karabakh conflict: from inclusion to exclustion
6. Influence of macro-frames on conflict resolution practice. Addressing exclusion perpetuated by binary conflict discourses of international relations
7. Marginalization specific to conflict resolution initiatives. Addressing the formation of dominant factions
8. Addressing marginalization patterns within the conflict resolution community
9. Lessons learned.
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