'A different kind of weapon'?: Nonviolent action and the protection of civilians in violent conflict
This thesis examines how nonviolent action can be used to protect civilians in violent conflict. Using a relational approach, it provides a multi-sited ethnographic account of how communities and organisations practise unarmed civilian protection to protect themselves, their families, friends, and neighbours against the threat of violence. To this end, this thesis draws on over 140 interviews and participant-observation with civilians, peacekeepers and protection professionals, and government...[Show more]
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