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Exploring nonviolent alternatives by Gene Sharp

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Published by Porter Sargent in Boston, Mass .
Written in English

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Statementby Gene Sharp ; introduction by David Riesman.
SeriesAn extending horizons book
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Open LibraryOL18392241M

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Additional Physical Format: Online version: Sharp, Gene. Exploring nonviolent alternatives. [Boston, P. Sargent, ] (OCoLC) Document Type. Exploring Nonviolent Alternatives is a source book of basic information on the concept and technique of nonviolent action and civilian defense without armaments. Beginning with a brief survey of the inadequacy of other means of dealing with conflict, the book examines the technique of nonviolent action: its methods, mechanisms, and development. Open Library is an open, editable library catalog, building towards a web page for every book ever published. Exploring nonviolent alternatives by Gene Sharp, , P. Sargent edition, in English Exploring nonviolent : Summary of Exploring Nonviolent Alternatives By Gene Sharp Summary written by Conflict Research Consortium Staff Citation: Gene Sharp. Exploring Nonviolent Alternatives. Boston: Porter Sargent, , pp. Exploring Nonviolent Alternatives examines potential for techniques of nonviolent resistance to replace reliance on violence as the means of final resort in conflict.

Exploring nonviolent alternatives by Sharp, Gene. Publication date Topics Nonviolence Publisher [Boston: P. Sargent] Language English. xiv, p. ; 22 cm. --Bibliography: p. Notes. this book contains pen markings.. Access-restricted-item true Addeddate Bookplateleaf Boxid IA Camera Sony Alpha Pages: “Engaging Nonviolence: Activating Nonviolent Change in Our Lives and Our World is an intersectional, inclusive, and insightful guide to understanding and achieving nonviolent peacemaking. It is a heart .   Exploring Nonviolent Gene Sharp, Democracy and Nonviolence: The Role of the Individual in World Ralph T. Templin and The Ethics of Necropolis: An Essay on the Military-Industrial Complex and the Quest for a Just Max L. StackhouseAuthor: Walter S. Corrie. How Nonviolent Struggle Works is a serious introduction to nonviolent struggle, its operation, and how it can be used against organized opponents with the capacity to impose harsh repression. This book offers the principle contents of Dr. Sharp’s The Politics of Nonviolent Action in a concise, accessible, and translatable format.

Engage: Exploring Nonviolent Living Full of stories, exercises and resources, Engage is a workbook to learn, study and practice the nonviolent options available to us. It offers a guide for groups on how to take action for justice and peace in the midst of war and injustice. Gene Sharp's The Politics of Nonviolent Action is a landmark study of nonviolence in three volumes: Power and Struggle, The Methods of Nonviolent Action, and The Dynamics of Nonviolent Action. Power and Struggle begins with an analysis of the nature of political power. All three parts should be ordered. "Exploring Nonviolent Alternatives," one of Sharp's shorter pieces, applies the analysis to the question of national defense. "National Security Through Civilian-Based Defense," a long pamphlet, does nearly the same. "Civilian-Based Defense," Sharp's most recent book, . two New series starting in April. Info meeting Sat. March 7. In January, Nonviolent Wilmington launched a new study-action groups to actively engage in the creative power and practice of nonviolence. These short series of weekly two-hour workshops are based on the new workbook Engaging are currently two Wilmington groups studying Part One of the book: “Engaging Nonviolence.”.