CLINICAL AND POLITICAL PSYCHOLOGIST
Diane Perlman, PhD is a clinical and political psychologist with interests in the psychology of enmity, nuclear proliferation, terrorism, gender and violence, post-conflict processes of restorative justice, and strategies of tension reduction and nonviolent conflict transformation. She is interested in psychological literacy in the media, language, messaging and framing for demystification, producing insight that might lead to better thinking towards more viable solutions to our most serious problems.
She is a visiting scholar at the Institute of Conflict Analysis and Resolution at George Mason University, is active in Psychologists fro Social Responsibility, program on Climate Change, Sustainability Psychology, a member of Transcend International Peace and Development Network and on the Global Council of Abolition 2000. Some of her writings can be found on her websites, www.consciouspolitics.org and www.humanchainreaction.org
Authors: Joanna Santa Barbara, Johan Galtung, and Diane Perlman
Published Date: 2012
Publisher: Transcend University Press
Topics of Interest: Education, Gender, Law/Legal, Media, Reconciliation