Rather than fearing conflict, Dr. Drawing on extensive participant observation and interviews, Lisa Leitz demonstrates how the harrowing war experiences of veterans and their families motivated a significant number of them to engage in peace activism.
Leitz, as both a military spouse and a social scientist, observed with a trained eye how military peace groups organized and interacted among themselves, as well as with other anti-war groups.
These pages will be read with care and gratitude, for they hold out the promise of help for all those who give counsel as well as for those who need it. A different pathway has been chosen in this book, and-in my own view-a better one.
The need for resolution is imminent.
Combating Conflict with Character by Dr. Conflict in relationships is a fact of life. Fighting for Peace will challenge you to consider your personal relationship with God, to more fully know and examine yourself, and to move toward others Fighting for peace humility - combating conflict with character.
Woehrle, Mount Mary University Fighting for Peace is a remarkable chronicle of veterans and military families, the military peace community, which was actively trying to stop the US war on Iraq. He has over 25 years of experience in clinical practice in California, Texas, Tennessee, Virginia, and South Carolina.
Dennis Morgan encourages readers to see conflict as an invitation from God to strengthen relational closeness. Praise for Fighting for Peace "Conflict. This has been a focus for his writing and research.
Leitz also deepens our understanding of emotion work and why it is essential to the construction of a collective identity among movement participants. By emphasizing the human costs of war, activists hoped to mobilize American citizens and leaders who were detached from the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan, bring the wars to an end, and build up programs to take care of returning veterans and their families.
She is married to a U. Tim Clinton, President, The American Association of Christian Counselors "We Christians speak of the gospel as life giving, but often we struggle to bring the good news of Christ into our day-to-day living. Married to a Navy pilot herself, Leitz documents how military peace activists created a movement that allowed them to merge two seemingly contradictory sides of their lives: Photos of the movement participants and their experiences only enhance the ethnography.
This book will help. When people are around each other there is not only the potential for conflict, but there is going to be conflict in some form, to some extent, at some time. Morgan and his wife, along with their two children, are also on the short-term missionary staff of Mission to the World, making member care and counseling related trips to Europe annually.
Members of the movement strategically deployed their combined military—peace activist identities to attract media attention, assert their authority about the military and war, and challenge dominant pro-war sentiment.
In his book, Fighting for Peace, Dr. Order Fighting for Peace: Voices of Conscience Leitz has put together a credible book detailing a movement that works on behalf of the needs of war veterans in Afghanistan and Iraq, and has shifted its own emphasis to speaking out against future wars.
Fighting for Peace offers a data-rich study of how identity development and deployment is critical to movement growth.
Morgan presents us with a fresh and new virtue-based positive paradigm for conflict resolution. Dennis Morgan weaves together his extensive experience as a psychologist, love for theology, and practical wisdom into this readable invitation to godly humility.
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