From constructivist to critical engagements with peacebuilding: implications for hybrid peace
From a critical perspective, what might we learn from applying constructivism to peacebuilding? We analyse a common clash that arises in the context of peacebuilding: between ontological assumptions based on liberal individualism and those based on local relatedness. We find that this clash has both epistemological and methodological consequences for critical research on peacebuilding, which highlights why the shift to more reflexive understandings of hybrid peacebuilding provides space for...[Show more]
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