Title

Risk, Identity and Conflict: Some Concluding Remarks

Document Type

Book Chapter

Source of Publication

Risks, Identity and Conflict: Theoretical Perspectives and Case Studies

Publication Date

7-2-2021

Abstract

The final chapter reviews various arguments in the book, which show through various country experiences and theoretical analysis, that the relationships between risks and identity are multi-layered, transformative and manifest themselves in multiple ways. It also shows that globalization has created conditions for connections and influences of risk across nations and between the global and local levels in deep-seated and transformative ways. The analytical eclecticism approach of the book provides the space for recombining diverse conceptual and empirical discourses and applications without the limitations of a mono-theoretical approach. The book is a tapestry of diverse frameworks and approaches about different experiences from around the world regarding the intersection between identity and risk of conflict. The conclusion pulls together a few common discursive threads from the case studies and raises some issues about the relationship between risk and identity for further discussion.

ISBN

978-981-16-1486-6

Publisher

Springer Nature

First Page

369

Last Page

379

Disciplines

Social and Behavioral Sciences

Indexed in Scopus

no

Open Access

no

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