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Violent Conflict and the Transformation of Social Capital ; Lessons from Cambodia, Rwanda, Guatemala, and Somalia

By: Contributor(s): Language: English Publication details: Washington, D.C. : The World Bank 2000, MayEdition: 1. EdDescription: ix, 139 ppISBN:
  • 0-8213-4412-9
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from the Table of Contents: Acknowledgments; Introduction: Social Capital, Social Cohesion, and Violent Conflict. Background and Analytical Constructs; The Nexus between Violent Conflict, Social Capital, and Social Cohesion: Cambodia. State Absolutism, Alienation, and Social Capital; Rwanda. Hate, Fear, and the Decay of Social Relations; Guatemala and Somalia. Violent Conflict and the State; Civic Market, and State Engagement. A Comparative Analysis; From Civil War to Civil Society: Violent Conflict and Peacebuilding; Policies and Programs for Strengthening Social Capital and Social Cohesion; Harnessing Social Capital and Social Cohesion to Prevent Violent Conflict; Annex: Learning from the Methodologies Employed. Measuring Social Capital within a Context of Violent Conflict;
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from the Table of Contents: Acknowledgments; Introduction: Social Capital, Social Cohesion, and Violent Conflict. Background and Analytical Constructs; The Nexus between Violent Conflict, Social Capital, and Social Cohesion: Cambodia. State Absolutism, Alienation, and Social Capital; Rwanda. Hate, Fear, and the Decay of Social Relations; Guatemala and Somalia. Violent Conflict and the State; Civic Market, and State Engagement. A Comparative Analysis; From Civil War to Civil Society: Violent Conflict and Peacebuilding; Policies and Programs for Strengthening Social Capital and Social Cohesion; Harnessing Social Capital and Social Cohesion to Prevent Violent Conflict; Annex: Learning from the Methodologies Employed. Measuring Social Capital within a Context of Violent Conflict;

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