Forthcoming Special Issue on the Psychology of Nonviolence

    Gandhi Marg Special issue on the psychology of non-violence, Volume 35 No. 4 Jan- March 2014. V. K. Kool, Guest Editor: PREFACE Kris Kirby (Williams College, USA): Gandhi, Vows and the Psychology of Self Control. Susan Opotow (John Jay College and The Graduate Center, City University of New York, USA): Gandhi’s Inclusionary Trajectory in South Africa. V. K. Kool (State University of New York–Institute of Technology, USA) & Rita Agrawal (Former National Fellow, UGC and H.C. College of Management and Technology, India): Whither Skinner’s Science of Behavior, his Assessment of Gandhi and its Aftermath? David Cortright (University of Notre Dame, USA): My Gandhi. Doug Oman (University of California at Berkeley, USA): Building Nonviolent Self-efficacy to Foster Social Transformation and Health. Ray Paloutzian (Westmont College, USA) and coworkers: Forgiveness and Reconciliation: Psychological Processes in Feelings, Cognitions, and Target Behavioral Goals. Kathleen Malley-Morrison (Boston University, USA) and coworkers: Selected Aspects of the Nonviolent Character: Compassion, Forgiveness, Endorsing Human Rights, and Transcending Moral Disengagement.. Sharon Lauricella (University of Ontario Institute of Technology, Canada): Judging by the way animals are treated: Gandhi as a manifestation of Patanjali’s Yoga Sutras. Erica Piazza and Diana Dote (State University of New York – Institute of Technology, USA): Peace Cultures, Gandhi and Modern Psychology: Lessons from Malana. Reserve Your Copies: write to the secretary, GPF (

    Posted Date - 25 Jan 2014

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