Global Community: Global Security
Global security cannot be achieved until people view the world as a global community. Until such time, differences will continue to be perceived as threatening. These perceived ¿threats¿ are the primary threat to global security. This volume proposes methods for minimizing the ¿us versus them¿ mentality so that we can build a sense of global community. Contents Vincent LUIZZI: Editorial Foreword Preface Richard T. HULL, Randall E. OSBORNE, Paul KRIESE: Introduction Universal Justice and Global Security Matthew CROSSTON : Introduction to Part One Laura MEDER: Global Security: Needed: A New Definition for a New Century Matthew CROSSTON: Fighting Terror and Spreading Democracy: When Theory and Practice Collide Matthew CROSSTON: Wrap-up of Part One Self versus Other; ¿Us¿ versus ¿Them¿ Karen LOMBARDI: Introduction to Part Two Randall E. OSBORNE, Paul KRIESE, Stan FRIEDMAN: Love and Hate as Moral Imperatives: Religious Paradox as a Challenge to Global Security Anré VENTER: Self versus Other; ¿Us¿ versus ¿Them¿: The Self as Basis for Conflict Karen LOMBARDI: The Psychology of Group Membership and Alienation: Projective Identification and the Other Terri A. KARIS: The Psychology of Whiteness: Moving beyond Separation to Connection Kevin C. M. BENSON: Deterring Terror Karen LOMBARDI: Wrap-up of Part Two Moving toward an Inclusive Worldview C. Dominik GÜSS: Introduction to Part Three Sanaa Mounir SADEK: A ¿Non-Media¿ Look at the Middle East: Enhancing Global Security through Exposure and Understanding John M. DAVIS: International Perspectives on Social Justice: Essentials for the Effort Toward Global Security C.Dominik GÜSS, Teresa TUASON, Vanessa TEIXEIRA: A Cultural-Psychological Theory of Suicide Terrorism and What to Do about Suicide Terrorism C. Dominik GÜSS: Wrap-up of Part Three Diverse Strategies for Expanding Perspectives on Global Community Elizabeth Leigh CRALLEY, Brian Richard WETZLER: Introduction to Part Four Richard FRIZZELL: Proposed Strategies for Integration of Military and Civilian Agencies in the War on Terrorism within the United States and its Territories Elizabeth Leigh CRALLEY, Brian Richard WETZLER: From Cooperative Intergroup Contact to Personal Motivation: A Social Psychological Perspective on Promoting a More Inclusive Worldview Vicente L. LOPES, Vincent LUIZZI : Participatory Sustainability: Building Sustainability for Complexity and Change Stephen PALEY, George K. OISTER, Richard T. HULL: Human Sustainability: Overview of Survival Technologies and Impediments to Their Development and Deployment Jorge M. VALADEZ: Adaptation, Sustainability, and Justice Elizabeth Leigh CRALLEY, Brian Richard WETZLER : Wrap-up of Part Four Joseph J. CALIFANO: An Exploratory Essay on Justice, Security, and Genuine Peace Elizabeth D. BOEPPLE: Epilogue Works Cited About the Contributors Index
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