Violence, peace & everyday modes of justice and healing in post-colonial Africa

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Contributors: Marongwe, Ngonidzashe (Publisher, Editor); Duri, Fidelis Peter Thomas (Publisher, Editor); Mawere, Munyaradzi (Publisher, Editor)
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Published: Mankon, Bamenda Langaa Research and Publishing CIG 2019
Enclosed titles:Violence, peace and everyday modes of justice and healing : whither post-colonial Africa? An introduction  (Ngonidzashe Marongwe; Fidelis Peter Thomas Duri & Munyaradzi Mawere)
Part I: The scourge of violence in post-colonial Africa
Part I: The scourge of violence in post-colonial Africa
The Zimbabwean democratisation paradox : popular protests, violence and state responses, 2013-2016  (David Tobias and Jacob Tagarirofa)
Violent house demolitions in Harare, Zimbabwe, 2014-2016 : a violation of people's rights  (Nancy Mazuru)
Female rapists and sperm harvesting : narratives of violence and occultism in post-colonial Zimbabwe  (Ngonidzashe Marongwe, David Tobias & Tinashe Mawere)
Unearthing the gender and religious conflict conundrum : the curse of Africa  (Jacob Tagarirofa)
Ritual murder during the new Millennium : an analysis of the triggers and impacts of ritual killings in Zimbabwe  (Nancy Mazuru)
Victims of FRELIMO and RENAMO brutality : the Ndau people of Mossurize District of Mozambique, 1978-2017  (James Hlongwana)
Social media, infidelity and domestic violence in 21st century Zimbabwe  (Nancy Mazuru)
Part II: In pursuit of peace through everyday modes of justice and healing
Part II: In pursuit of peace through everyday modes of justice and healing
Political violence and "common sense" justice : Kuripa ngozi as a transitional justice mechanism among the Shona People in Zimbabwe's rural areas  (Ngonidzashe Marongwe)
Appeasing the dead and cleansing the living : the pursuit of peace in the aftermath of political violence in 21st century Zimbabwe  (Fidelis Peter Thomas Duri)
Healing Zimbabwe : impact of the Catholic Church's response to political violence on people at grassroots level  (Conrad Chibango)
Vanishing traditions? : Girl children as sacrificial lambs in the context of Shona indigenous transitional justice mechanisms in 21st century Zimbabwe  (Fidelis Peter Thomas Duri)
Cultural interpersonal communication and naming : the case of peri-urban Beitbridge in Zimbabwe  (Prosper Hellen Tlou)
The moral significance of the Dare system in seeking justice and peace among the Shona people of Zimbabwe  (Erasmus Masitera)
Indigenous and Christian forms of national healing : a case for the global political agreement in Zimbabwe  (Tobias Marecesa)
Conflict, justice and peace from an African indigenous cultural perspective : the case of the Vatsonga people of Mozambique, South Africa, Swaziland and Zimbabwe  (Steyn Khesani Madlome & Osborne Risimati Chauke)
The prospects of peace, healing and justice in 21st century Africa : concluding remarks  (Fidelis Peter Thomas Duri, Ngonidzashe Marongwe & Munyaradzi Mawere)
Volumes / Articles:Show volumes/articles.
Further subjects:B Conflict
B Conflict resolution
B Reconciliation
B Example
B Violent behavior
B Zimbabwe