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The Peace ContinuumWhat It Is and How to Study It$
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Christian Davenport, Erik Melander, and Patrick Regan

Print publication date: 2018

Print ISBN-13: 9780190680121

Published to Oxford Scholarship Online: June 2018

DOI: 10.1093/oso/9780190680121.001.0001

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A Relational Approach to Quality Peace

A Relational Approach to Quality Peace

(p.145) 5 A Relational Approach to Quality Peace
The Peace Continuum

Christian Davenport

Oxford University Press

This chapter lays out the measure of peace developed by Christian Davenport. As he sees it, peace concerns the degree to which two actors mutually and respectfully integrate. That is, they achieve a level of mutuality, with recognition of each other’s value. The author draws upon the earlier work of Harry Eckstein and Karl Deutsch for developing his measures for a scale of quality peace. His scale ranges from opposition on the mass

Keywords:   opposition, conflict, mutuality, peacefulness, civil society, social capital, inter-group relations, intermarriage, housing segregation, communication, mail phone, religious texts, newspaper content analysis, Harry Eckstein, Karl Deutsch

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