Graduate studies at Western
David Kaulemu (ed.)
Council for Research in Values and Philosophy (2006)
|Abstract||In search of social justice : reconciliation and the land question in Zimbabwe -- Religion and the struggle for peace in Zimbabwe -- Running in vicious circles : paradoxes of struggles for peace in Zimbabwe -- The quest for unity, peace, and stability in Zimbabwe -- Reflections on corporate peace at the dawn of free market -- Reconciliation : why the church failed to live with itself in Zimbabwe -- Rethinking wildlife conservation in Zimbabwe -- Education at cultural crossroads : a struggle for meaningful education in Zimbabwe -- Kugara Hunzwana : conceptions of social cohesion in an African culture -- Beyond contemporary exclusivist traditionalist culture in peace building and development -- Could there be a completely different way to living?|
|Keywords||Political science Philosophy Social sciences Philosophy Postcolonialism Nationalism Intercultural communication Social justice|
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