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Narrative and the Politics of IdentityThe Cultural Psychology of Israeli and Palestinian Youth$
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Phillip L. Hammack

Print publication date: 2010

Print ISBN-13: 9780195394467

Published to Oxford Scholarship Online: January 2011

DOI: 10.1093/acprof:oso/9780195394467.001.0001

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Peace, Justice, and the Politics of Identity: Toward a New Praxis

Peace, Justice, and the Politics of Identity: Toward a New Praxis

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(p.327) 8 Peace, Justice, and the Politics of Identity: Toward a New Praxis
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Narrative and the Politics of Identity
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Phillip L. Hammack

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Oxford University Press
DOI:10.1093/acprof:oso/9780195394467.003.0010

This chapter brings together theoretical ideas about the relationship between individual minds and the societies in which they are embedded with a practical prescription for praxis that might speak to the needs for peace, justice, and mutual recognition that Israelis and Palestinians both require. Praxis refers to the linking of theory to action and the shift from interpretation to social change, in the tradition of scholars like Karl Marx, Paulo Freire, and George Lukács. The chapter explores the implications of this research for possibilities of new praxis, in both the discipline of psychology and the practice of peace education. In so doing, it offers further critical interrogation of the American model of intervention, deconstructing some of its problematic assumptions about mind and society. The aim of this interrogation is to offer a constructive critique that challenges underlying assumptions but offers hypotheses for reconceptualized interventions.

Keywords:   praxis, Israelis, Palestinians, peace education, psychology, intervention

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