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  • Author:
    Virginia Coover
  • ISBN:
    0865710562
  • ISBN13:
    978-0865710566
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    New Society Pub (April 1, 1985)
  • Pages:
    330 pages
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Although published in 1977, this resource manual is still highly relevant to today's conditions. All but the most experienced social change activists will find much to learn here, and even the most experienced may find it useful as a concise and well-organised handbook (reminder) on many, many skills and tools. The book is US centric but if this is borne in mind it is also capable of being useful as a source to be adapted in situations very different from the US scene. One person found this helpful.

This book has been written for several important groups of people. First are potential or practicing mediators who are or will work in a wide variety of arenas and who have repeatedly expressed a need for a com-prehensive description of mediation theory and process. The book should be helpful to future or current practitioners in international, public policy, environmental, organizational, community, family, and interper-sonal mediation, as well as in many other areas of practice.

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Coover, Virginia, Ellen Deacon, Charles Esser, and Christopher Moore. Philadelphia PA: New Society Publishers, 1985. Crenson, Matthew A. The Unpolitics of Air Pollution. Baltimore MD: Johns Hopkins University press, 1971. Dahl, Robert A. Who Governs? New Haven CT: Yale University Press, 1961. de Neufville, Judith Innes. Planning Theory and Practice: Bridging the Ga.

Our Books are tools to Build a New Society. Virginia Coover, Ellen Deacon, Charles Esser & Christopher Moore, Resource Manual for a Living Revolution (New Society Press, Philadelphia, 1977). 2 Resources and articles. Warren Karlenzig - author. Bernard Leitaer - author.

On the practicalities of nonviolent action, see Howard Clark, Sheryl Crown, Angela McKee and Hugh MacPherson, Preparing for Nonviolent Direct Action (Nottingham: Peace News/CND, 1984); Virginia Coover, Ellen Deacon, Charles Esser and Christopher Moore, Resource Manual for a Living . Patricia Parkman, Insurrectionary Civic Strikes in Latin America 1931-1961 (Cambridge, MA: Albert Einstein Institution, 1990); Stephen Zunes, Unarmed insurrections against authoritarian governments in the Third World: a new kind of revolution, Third World Quarterly, Vol. 15, No. 3, 1994, pp. 403-426.

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On nonviolent action, see Virginia Coover, Ellen Deacon, Charles Esser and Christopher Moore, Resource Manual for a Living Revolution (Philadelphia: New Society Publishers, 1981); Per Herngren.

On nonviolent action, see Virginia Coover, Ellen Deacon, Charles Esser and Christopher Moore, Resource Manual for a Living Revolution (Philadelphia: New Society Publishers, 1981); Per Herngren, Path of Resistance: The Practice of Civil Disobedience (Philadelphia: New Society Publishers, 1993); George Lakey, Powerful Peacemaking: A Strategy for a Living Revolution (Philadelphia: New Society Publishers, 1987); Gene Sharp

Covers group dynamics, strategy planning, meetings, group decision making, conflict resolution, personal growth, community support, and training and organizing skills for those seeking nonviolent social change