Promoting peace, yet sustaining conflict? A fantasy‐theme analysis of Seeds of Peace publications

@article{Engstrom2009PromotingPY,
  title={Promoting peace, yet sustaining conflict? A fantasy‐theme analysis of Seeds of Peace publications},
  author={Craig L. Engstrom},
  journal={Journal of Peace Education},
  year={2009},
  volume={6},
  pages={19 - 35}
}
Seeds of Peace is a nongovernmental organization that annually brings together children from the Middle East and various other regions of conflict for a summer camp experience in the woods of Maine, USA. It also operates coexistence centers throughout the world. Founded in 1993, the organization has gained worldwide acclaim for its peace education programs. This fantasy‐theme rhetorical analysis explains Seeds of Peace’s rhetorical vision using Ernest Bormann’s symbolic convergence theory. The… Expand
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