By Sudeshna Roy, Ibrahim Seaga Shaw
This quantity captures the essence of the way we speak ameliorations in relationships, among and throughout cultures, in agencies, via schooling and in moments of neighborhood and international clash and challenge that demonstrates the significance and viability of impending peace and clash communique from numerous fields inside verbal exchange experiences.
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4). Thus Muslims and the Islamic World, who are largely perceived in the West as targets, and not helpers in the ‘war on terror’, have since the end of the Cold War replaced the ‘Soviet Union’ as the new ‘uncivilised’ enemy of the ‘civilised’ Western world. This chapter builds on work by Shaw (2012a), who argues that the news media’s discursive stereotypes and clichés, portraying Muslims as ‘inferior’, ‘uncivilised’, ‘violent’, and ‘destructive’ constitute ‘fighting’ and ‘hate’ words of cultural miscommunication.
The peacebuilding processes and outcomes occur within dynamic, multileveled contexts. We outlined the dimensions in the following ways (Broome and Collier, 2012): The personal dimension includes the cognitive, emotional, perceptual, and spiritual aspects of individuals’ orientations in conflict situations. Scholar/practitioners of culture and communication working at this level examine individuals’ preferences and self-descriptions of social-psychological dimensions and orientations to conflict and peacebuilding.
Ringera and M. J. Collier (2014) ‘Beyond Development to Grassroots Dances: International Peace Initiatives in Kenya’ in M. J. Collier Community Engagement and Intercultural Praxis: Dancing with Difference in Diverse Contexts (New York City, NY: Peter Lang) pp. 112–136. K. Sorrells (2012) Intercultural Communication: Globalization and Social Justice (Thousand Oaks, CA: SAGE Publishing, Inc). J. T. Warren (2010) ‘It Really Isn’t about You: Whiteness and the Dangers of Thinking You Got It’ in T. K.
Communicating Differences: Culture, Media, Peace and Conflict Negotiation by Sudeshna Roy, Ibrahim Seaga Shaw