Current Issue


Volume 11 Number 1, 2017

Examining the Depiction of Domestic Violence in Popular Adult Fiction: A Review of Six Novels

By Laura L. Finley

Book Reviews

Editors note: These reviews are a part of a series co-published by the Global Campaign for Peace Education toward promoting peace education scholarship. These reviews are of Information Age Publishing’s Peace Education series. Established in 2006 by Founding Editors Ian Harris and Edward Brantmeier, IAP’s peace education series offers diverse perspectives on peace education theory, research, curriculum development and practice. It is the only series focused on peace education offered by any major publisher. Click here to learn more about this important series.

Understanding peace cultures, edited by Rebecca L. Oxford,

Reviewed by Sandra L. Candel

Encyclopedia of peace education, edited by Monisha Bajaj,

Reviewed by Alexander Cromwell

Peace jobs: a student’s guide to starting a career working for peace by David J. Smith

Reviewed by Janet Gray

Peace and conflict studies research: a qualitative perspective, edited by Robin Cooper and Laura Finley

Reviewed by Mike Klein

About In Factis Pax

In Factis Pax is a peer-reviewed online journal of peace education and social justice dedicated to the examination of issues central to the formation of a peaceful society – the prevention of violence, political challenges to peace and democratic societies.  Social justice, democracy, and   human flourishing are the core factors which highlight the importance of the role of education in building peaceful societies. We invite articles and book reviews on topics related to these central issues.

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