Essays about: "war studies"

Showing result 1 - 5 of 237 essays containing the words war studies.

  1. 1. Democracies Do Not Fight Each Other : Dean Babst’s Hypothesis Revisited

    University essay from Malmö universitet/Institutionen för globala politiska studier (GPS)

    Author : Alma Björkenstock; [2022]
    Keywords : Democratic peace; Dean Babst; wars; democracy; 21st century;

    Abstract : The democratic peace theory assert that democracies never or rarely fight each other in war. It is the closest we have to an empirical law in political science and peace and conflict studies as it contains the intellectual justification that by spreading democracy abroad, we can promote world peace. READ MORE

  2. 2. CHALLENGES FOR INTEGRATION INTO THE SWEDISH EDUCATION SYSTEM : experiences of war-displaced adult immigrant students

    University essay from Högskolan i Gävle/Socialt arbete

    Author : Rami Khayat; [2022]
    Keywords : adult immigrant students; integration; challenges; empowerment;

    Abstract : The aim of the research is to study the integration process of war-displaced adult immigrant students in the Swedish education system, regarding to war-displaced adult immigrant students' points of view to integrate to the Swedish education system and the challenges that war-displaced adult immigrant students faced to achieve the desire of integration. To implement this research study, the researcher used a qualitative research interview method through open-ended interviews with war-displaced adult immigrant students and previous literature research. READ MORE

  3. 3. Civilian Coping Strategies in War : A Qualitative Content Analysis of a Diary from the Siege of Breslau in 1945

    University essay from Malmö universitet/Institutionen för globala politiska studier (GPS)

    Author : Greta Middendorf; [2022]
    Keywords : Civilians in War; Diary; WWII in Germany; Lazarus and Folkman’s theory on psychological stress and coping; Qualitative Content Analysis;

    Abstract : This thesis aims to investigate how civilians coped with life-threatening situations in WWII through analyzing the diary of a civilian from the siege of Breslau in 1945. There are two main issues this study attempts to address. Firstly, current Peace and Conflict Studies lack integration from theories from psychology. READ MORE

  4. 4. Mandates for Security? How UN Peacekeeping Mandates Address the Level of PostwarViolence after Intra-State Conflicts

    University essay from Uppsala universitet/Institutionen för freds- och konfliktforskning

    Author : Tina Kurath; [2022]
    Keywords : international intervention; peacekeeping mandates; postwar violence; United Nations;

    Abstract : The transition from war to peace is seldom smooth, and violence persists in many postwar societies. Existing research found that peacekeepers have a good record in addressing postwar violence along the fault lines of the preceding conflict. Yet, most postwar violence stems from actors that were not formally part of the conflict. READ MORE

  5. 5. The Japanese Tale Urashima Tarō in a Swedish Children’s book of the Early 20th Century : A Comparative Literary Analysis of the Tale Elements of Urashima Tarō in Ida Trotzig’s book Japanska sagor (Japanese Tales), published in 1912

    University essay from Högskolan Dalarna/Institutionen för språk, litteratur och lärande

    Author : Madeleine Wolke; [2022]
    Keywords : Japanese tales; Folktales; Ida Trotzig; Children’s literature; Folktale collection; Urashima Tarô;

    Abstract : The present thesis examines Japanese folktales through a comparative case study of the tale elements of Fiskarpojken Urashima (The fisher-boy Urashima) in the Swedish children’s book Japanska sagor (Japanese tales) written by Ida Trotzig, published in 1912. The book was part of the book series Barnbiblioteket Saga (The Children’s Tale Library). READ MORE