School of Conflict Management, Peacebuilding and Development

Peace and Conflict Management Working Papers Series


The Peace and Conflict Management Working Papers Series is a non-refereed online publication in the field of Peace Studies and Conflict Management and Resolution. The series is offered as an outlet for papers that are in various stages of development prior to publication in refereed journals or books and, in some cases, submitted by the authors to solicit feedback from the larger academic community on their theory, argument, or interpretation. The authors hold copyright to the papers. Once published elsewhere in a refereed outlet, authors may ask the Center for Conflict Management to take down the papers from the Working Papers Series.

Papers published in this series may be cited, with or without permission of the author(s), as follows:
Author. (Year). Title. Peace and Conflict Management Working Paper No. ??, pp ?-??.

Comments are welcome on the papers, and should be directed to the individual authors.

Submissions should prepared in in Word or RTF format, using the APA Style, and emailed to ccm@kennesaw.edu.

Click here to read, download, and comment on current papers in the series

Research Teams

The Center conducts research on conflict and conflict-related subjects through teams of interested faculty, graduate students, and others with expertise on respective research themes or topics.

  • Research Team on Managing Migration, Immigration and Cross-Border Conflicts
  • Research Team on Managing Electoral Conflicts
  • Research Team on Managing Environmental Conflicts
  • Research Team on Managing Racial and Ethnic Conflicts
  • Research Team on Managing Religious Conflicts
  • Research Team on International Business Conflicts and Negotiations
  • Research Team on Indigenous Conflict Resolution Mechanisms

Recent Publications from the Center

 

 

right and wrong

Title of Book: Indigenous Conflict Management Strategies: Beyond Right and Wrong

Editors: Akanmu G. Adebayo, Brandon D.Lundy, Jesse J. Benjamin, Joseph Kingsley Adjei

Publisher: Lanham, MD: Lexington Books, 2014

Available at:
Lexington Books
Amazon

global

Title of Book: Indigenous Conflict Management Strategies: Global Prespectives

Editors: Akanmu G. Adebayo, Jesse J. Benjamin, and Brandon D. Lundy

Publisher: Lanham, MD: Lexington Books, 2014

Available at:
Lexington Books
Amazon

pev

Title of Book: Managing Conflicts in Africa's Democratic Transitions

Editor: Akanmu Adebayo

Publisher: Lanham, MD: Lexington Books, 2012

Available at:
Lexington Books
Amazon

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Negotiation: Dispute Resolution and Conflict Management in Nigeria and Cameroon
Volume 9, Number 2, 2014

Available at KSU Digital Commons