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Creating Cultural Motifs against Terrorism: Empowering Acceptance of Our Uniqueness

Creating Cultural Motifs against Terrorism: Empowering Acceptance of Our Uniqueness (Hardback)

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Unlike any other book regarding September 11, 2001, this book employs metaphors across disciplines (psychology, music, history, literature, politics and physics among them) to show how the roots of terrorism reach to cultural motifs, or themes and principles. Terrorism is depicted as rigid, fundamentalistic entrancement of such motifs. By unfolding and empowering unique, idiosyncratic facets of each culture, Feeney suggests, we can nurture healthy exchange, dialogue, and global interface creating peace and compatibility while eradicating the roots of terrorism. This volume will most interest social scientists, politicians, diplomats, and others with an interest in cultural diversity, politics, and psychology.

DONALD J. FEENEY JR. is a clinical psychologist and certified drug and alcohol counselor, as well as certified neurolinguistic programmer. He is Founder and Director of Consulting Psychological Services in Chicago and the author of two previous Praeger books, Entrancing Relationships and Motifs: The Transformative Creation of Self.

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