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Sociology of War and Peace
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Egan, Daniel. 2010. “Sociology of War and Peace”. TRAILS: Teaching Resources and Innovations Library for Sociology, April. Washington DC: American Sociological Association.


The purpose of this course is to examine critically the social forces that lead to war, war’s social consequences, and the possibilities for creating a more peaceful world.
War implies the breakdown of social order. As such, it requires us to examine questions that lie at the heart of sociology. What is social order in the first place? How do...

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Peace, War, World Conflict, and Conflict Resolution
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College 200

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