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The paradoxes of the ‘everyday’: scrutinising the local turn in peace building

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The paradoxes of the ‘everyday’: scrutinising the local turn in peace building. / Randazzo, Elisa.

In: Third World Quarterly, Vol. 37, No. 8, 02.08.2016, p. 1351-1370.

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abstract = "With the advent of the local turn in the mid-2000s, critical approaches have attempted to rethink peace building from the bottom up, placing local agents at the centre of the debate, declaring the end of top-down governance and affirming the fragmented, complex and plural nature of the social milieu. While local turn approaches have become popular in peace-building theory, this article invites the reader to question and problematise the local turn{\textquoteright}s use of the concept of {\textquoteleft}everyday{\textquoteright}, in order to explore paradoxes and contradictions that indicate the need to think more deeply about the impact of the local turn{\textquoteright}s project of critique.",
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