The Nexus among Place, Conflict and Communication in a Globalising World

The world abounds with conflicts and the associated communication practices and technologies that perpetuate and contest conflict as it occurs in place. All conflicts are crucially connected with place, and all conflicts are communicated in multiple ways. This book explores the complex nexus among p...

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Bibliographic Details
Other Authors: Collins, Pauline (Editor), Igreja, Victor (Editor), Danaher, Patrick Alan (Editor)
Format: eBook
Published: Singapore Springer Nature Singapore 2019, 2019
Edition:1st ed. 2019
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Collection: Springer eBooks 2005- - Collection details see MPG.ReNa
Table of Contents:
  • Chapter One Frames and Intersections of Studies of Place, Conflict and Communication
  • Chapter Two The Strain to Hold Ground: Site-Based Conflict and an Indigenous Ideology of Water and Place
  • Chapter Three Conflict in South Sudanese Communities Living in Australia
  • Chapter Four Explorations of Place and Identity: Navigating Local and Global Contexts in Culturally and Linguistically Diverse Classrooms
  • Chapter Five Conflicting Communication about the Ownership and Meaning of Places in a School in South West England
  • Chapter Six How Prostitution and Sex Work Created Conflict in Public Discourses in Dublin
  • Chapter Seven Court-Annexed Mediations within Singapore: A Complex Interface between Individual Place and the Court Environment
  • Chapter Eight ‘Restoring Right Relations’ – with Oneself, with a Place, with the Past
  • Chapter Nine ‘Democracy’ as Ideology in Education: Tracing Indexicality through Conflict, Place and Communication
  • Chapter Ten ‘Siting’ Voice in Stories of Conflict: Bounding Conflict in Place and Time through Social Memory and Acts of Remembering
  • Chapter Eleven Remembering and Forgetting in Australia
  • Chapter Twelve Re-Forging Military Cohesion in Exile: Zimbabwean Army Deserters in South Africa
  • Chapter Thirteen Learnings regarding the Role of ‘Place’ in Conflict and the Communication of Conflict