Why Do We Fight?: Conflict, War, and Peace

Why Do We Fight Conflict War and Peace Battles protests standoffs strikes We hear about them all the time On the surface a battle and a protest don t seem to have much in common but they re really just two ways of handling a dispute O

  • Title: Why Do We Fight?: Conflict, War, and Peace
  • Author: Niki Walker
  • ISBN: 9781926973869
  • Page: 332
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Battles, protests, standoffs, strikes We hear about them all the time On the surface, a battle and a protest don t seem to have much in common, but they re really just two ways of handling a dispute One uses violence, the other uses signs and picket lines But both start as a disagreement between two groups of people Both are conflicts.Since it s impossible for peopleBattles, protests, standoffs, strikes We hear about them all the time On the surface, a battle and a protest don t seem to have much in common, but they re really just two ways of handling a dispute One uses violence, the other uses signs and picket lines But both start as a disagreement between two groups of people Both are conflicts.Since it s impossible for people to agree on everything all the time, conflicts naturally pop up every day, all over the world Sometimes they turn into full blown wars, which can be a lot trickier to understand than the conflicts that pop up in everyday life, but every conflict has some things in common.Using real world examples, Why Do We Fight teaches kids to recognize the structures, factors, and complex histories that go into creating conflicts, whether personal or global as well as the similarities between both They ll be given tools to seek out information, enabling them to make informed opinions while learning to respect that others may form different ones From culture clashes and trade disputes to disagreements about how to govern, Why Do We Fight insists that the key to fulfilling humankind s wish for world peace lies in how we choose to deal with conflict and provides a genuine cause for optimism in the face of an at times frightening world.

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    1. BayıldımBenimki gibi toplumsal olaylara, tarihi gelişmelerin kökenine ve bazı politik ve sosyolojik kavramlara meraklı bir genç varsa hayatınızda şiddetle tavsiye ederim. Bu hassas konuları tarafsız, manupule etmeden; hem örnekleme hem de tanım ve kavram düzeyinde açıklayan şahane bir çalışma.

    2. No niego que este libro contenga información valiosa sobre los conflictos, pero me ha parecido enredado y rebuscado.

    3. Why Do We Fight? is a thoughtful, non-fiction analysis in five chapters (plus and introduction and a conclusion) of the roots and components of international and interpersonal conflicts, and how to seek resolutions to them. Graphical elements including highlighting of key words, textual sidebars, maps of conflict-prone areas of the world such as Egypt and Afghanistan, charts, checklists, timelines, and diagrams— all of which are drawn or graphed in black and white with yellow serving as a high [...]

    4. A really great, comprehensive look at what causes conflict, how to resolve conflicts, and how to inform oneself about issues in the world. Short enough to read in one sitting, it's still packed with information, and it's a great conversation-starter, especially with my teens.

    5. ¿Por qué peleamos? , es una pregunta que muchas veces nos hacemos y al ser el título de la obra, tiene el propósito y el objetivo de explicar a los lectores el por qué surgen los conflictos, las peleas , las guerras y los desacuerdos entre dos o más involucrados, el libro empieza explicando con ejemplos el por que surgen conflictos pequeños y de ahí se va desarrollando poco a poco en conflictos más grandes y los elementos que influyen en cada uno; De esta lectura aprendí un sin fin de [...]

    6. This book did a really good job of breaking down and explaining complex ideas such as ethnic conflicts, mediation, sanctions, etc. in clear, simple to understand language. The way the content is organized, along with the definitions along the side margins, makes the subject matter more approachable. My favorite part of this book is how critical thinking is emphasized in the "Making Sense of Conflicts" section. It gives questions to ask yourself about conflicts, the difference between facts and o [...]

    7. "Why Do We Fight?" is an overview of the fundamental aspects of international conflict that is approachable for young readers, yet one that refuses to dumb down or make light of heavy subject matter. Sources of conflict, ways of dealing with conflict, methods of thinking critically when addressing conflict, and strategies of promoting peace are presented in an engaging format. Concise definitions of keywords, visual representations of concepts, parables, relevant famous quotes, references to maj [...]

    8. With five chapters covering the origin of conflicts, the different sides to disagreements, reasons for the escalation of conflicts into wars, maintaining peace, and trying to make sense of conflict, this book breaks down into simple language exactly what makes humans fight. As readers move deeper into the book, which is designed simply with maps and bright colored blocks, they will encounter real-life examples about the often-deep roots of conflict. For instance, there is a timeline dating back [...]

    9. This book allows kids to become educated about war and use their knowledge as strength rather than fear the unknown. The book itself is black and white with bright yellow highlighting, making it an inviting book despite the very serious topic it deals with. The content jumps off the pages through the usage of engaging graphics such as bubble charts and playful font. What makes this book so incredible is that it is able to appeal and relate to a child. Normally children have no interest in readin [...]

    10. This book takes a complex topic, conflict/war, and breaks it down into the reasons/motivations and terminology necessary to understand it. The writing here is top-notch. All of the concepts were explained in text with examples first and then the term appeared in a sidebar box with its definition. I really liked the way this was done as it helped solidify the concept before it introduced the jargon that may or may not be familiar to readers but surely helps to add complexity to the topic.Formatti [...]

    11. This chapter book explores questions kids have always wanted to know, but have always gotten answers that beat around the bush. Although War is in the title, this book isn’t about past wars and history. It’s about the WHYs of conflict. I can guarantee as a younger student I never understood why we had wars, and why people can’t just get along. The book, although designed for late tweens and early teens, really helped me understand things better. The book answers the hard questions like: Wh [...]

    12. A guide to get kids thinking about why people in the world have conflicts and how they solve them. It does a nice job of breaking down concepts into an understandable language for children and the style of the writing seems to be written for younger children but the concepts are definitely for older children. A little confusing at the beginning when conflict is defined as "an intense disagreement" and then the author goes on to say that if you didn't agree with everyone around you then you are h [...]

    13. This book addresses many issues that even adults struggle to understand but does it in a simplified way that middle grade students can grasp. This book would be an excellent supplemental text for social studies content and invite discussions on conflicts both from history and current events. I think the content appeals to readers' natural curiosity and could invite many opportunities for research among middle grade students.

    14. Wow! What an important book. I'd love to see this book in every classroom. Not only does it provide a way to look at global conflict, but it supports reflection on personal conflicts between two or more people or groups. I will be using several two-page spreads from this book to do close reading with intermediate students of informational text.

    15. This book was a good introduction to conflict for a younger audience. I've noticed since reading that this book has gained a place in the childrens spot light section at the local library. If you have kiddos who are interested in the subject, this would be a great introduction! Was notified I won this book through the First Reads program. Am excitedly waiting for its arrival!

    16. Teen readers will learn about the roots of conflict and how to keep oneself open-minded and informed when assessing a given conflict. The author doesn't focus on current news-making conflicts, choosing instead to help readers understand how and why conflicts in general happen. A useful resource for developing critical thinking.

    17. This book asks the age old question why do we fight?This book geared to kids who live in this world were adults fight and bicker.This not only shoes fighting face to face but abroadading this short book my give insight on why we fight.

    18. "Why do we Fight?" is a cute, but serious book that helps display in simple honestly the way the interacts. This book is basic enough that a parent could walk through this with their kid and most likely would be a great teaching tool.

    19. Clear and concise explanations of conflict, resolution and making and maintaining informed opinions!

    20. I've really got to figure out how to use this in class. It's a very informative piece that lends perspective to war and conflict. I especially liked the last chapter on perspectives.

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