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Nation-building and Identity Conflicts

Facilitating the Mediation Process in Southern Philippines

Hernández, Ariel

2014, XVIII, 244 p. 4 illus.

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  • Study in the field of social sciences

Ending identity conflicts through negotiated agreements is an intractable process that is embedded complexly in the nation-building process. Ariel Hernandez looks on the complexity of the nation-building process in the Philippines and how its social and political context constrains the achievement of a peace agreement that would withhold new challenges as the process unfolds. Mediation as one of the possible modes of intervention to resolve identity conflicts is taken as the self-evident instrument to end the 40 year old conflict between the Filipino society at large and the Bangsamoro. The analysis confirms that mediation and other types of intervention are contributing to the intractability of identity conflicts by bringing in further complexities in the negotiation process. The conceptualization of “stumbling blocks” may provide knowledge based resources to develop strategies to “facilitate” the mediation process that allows negotiating parties to cope with the complexity of the bargaining table.

 Contents

  •  A Theorization of the Concept of Identity and Identity Conflicts
  • The Nation as a Subject of Scientific Studies
  • Mediation
  • Strategic Facilitation of the Mindanao Peace Process

 Target Groups

  •  Researchers and students of conflict management, political science, sociology
  • Policy makers and negotiators in conflict management        

The Author

Dr. Ariel Macaspac Hernandez is a political scientist and mediator and currently a researcher at the Chair of Energy Management at the University of Leipzig.

Content Level » Research

Keywords » Conflict Analysis - Identity and Identity Conflicts - Mediation - Southern Philippines - Violence and Hegemony

Related subjects » Politikwissenschaft - Politische Kommunikation - Sozialstruktur | Soziale Ungleichheit

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