OJPCR: The Online Journal of Peace and Conflict Resolution is intended as a resource for students, teachers and practitioners in fields relating to the reduction and elimination of destructive conflict. It desires to be a free, yet valuable, source of information to aid anyone trying to work toward a less violent and more cooperative world.

Service Learning and Conflict Resolution Education

Dismantling Domination: An Epidemiological Approach

Culture and Conflict in the Middle East: Western Correspondents' Perceptions of the Egyptian and Israeli Cultures

Beyond Mediation: The Integral Role of Non-Governmental Approaches to Resolving Protracted Ethnic Conflicts in Lesser-Developed Countries

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OJPCR: The Online Journal of Peace and Conflict Resolution

Biographical Information

David Baharvar received his B.S. from Cornell University in May 2001, where for his honors thesis he examined the work of the peace committees in South Africa from 1991-1994. He has also interned with the International Dispute Resolution Services Department of the Federal Mediation & Conciliation Service in Washington, D.C., and spent a summer as a research intern at the International Labor Organization in Geneva, Switzerland, where he focused on the new labor dispute resolution mechanisms in South Africa. David will start at Harvard Law School this fall and also pursue a Masters degree in peace & development studies or a related field. His ambitions include working to eradicate poverty and sickness both in the United States and abroad.

Jennifer Atieno Fisher holds a Masters in Conflict Transformation from Eastern Mennonite University and this October attempts certification as a Clinical Practitioner of Psychodrama, Sociodrama and Sociometry. After a brief stint with Amani People's Theater in Nairobi she plans to work in Washington, DC as a trainer/educator/facilitator.

James M. Mitchell is Assistant Professor of Teacher Education at National University/ San Diego CA

Mohammed el-Nawawy has a doctorate degree in journalism from Southern Illinois University, Carbondale. Currently an assistant professor and director of Graduate Studies in the Department of Communication Arts, University of West Florida. His research interests are international and intercultural communications and media coverage of the Middle East.

Kristina Quan is a member of the Teacher Education degree program at the University of Minnesota.

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