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A comprehensive descriptive and explanatory framework for integrating indigenous and formal conflict resolution approaches in Ghana is an ideal starting point for conflict resolution practitioners, scholars and students interested in the field of indigenous approaches to conflict resolution.
It is a must-read book for conflict resolution scholars, practitioners and students embarking on research in conflict and peace studies as it provides a detailed but essay-to-follow critical review of methodological issues pertinent to descriptive and exploratory studies in conflict and peace studies.
As a pioneering work in integrating indigenous and formal conflict resolution approaches, this book broadens the horizon of knowledge of the reader by going beyond the rhetorical recognition of the resilience of indigenous conflict resolution approaches into the theoretical basis, strategies and processes for designing a workable framework for integration of indigenous and formal conflict resolution approaches in Ghana.
Amos Dangbie Dordah is a Senior Research Assistant in the Department of African and General Studies( DAGS) at the University for Development Studies.
He holds a BA(IDS) and an MPhil in Development studies.He is a Member of the Upper Region Research Team on Sustainable Peace Initiative.
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