A review and projection
Betty A. Reardon
THE NATURE OF THE FIELD: MULTIPLE APPROACHES, COMMON PURPOSES
As I write these reflections on the substance and evolution of peace education, it seems to me that the field, which I have observed from within for some 35 years, is on the brink of an unprecedented major advance into public acceptance. Peace education, which for so long has seemed marginal (as seen from mainstream education) may, after all, have a significant future. Like any reflection on a varied, often controversial, field, this essay is written from a particular personal perspective and is not without substantive bias or pedagogical preference. While my experience in peace education is perhaps more international than ...