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Title AiKiDo : the trinity of conflict transformation / Winfried Wagner (ed.).
Imprint Wiesbaden : Springer, [2015]
2015

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Series Elicitiva -- Friedensforschung und Humanistische Psychologie, 2364-1053
Elicitiva -- Friedensforschung und Humanistische Psychologie.
Subject Aikido.
Conflict management.
Alt Name Wagner, Winfried (Martial artist),
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Series Elicitiva -- Friedensforschung und Humanistische Psychologie, 2364-1053
Elicitiva -- Friedensforschung und Humanistische Psychologie.
Subject Aikido.
Conflict management.
Alt Name Wagner, Winfried (Martial artist),
Description 1 online resource (viii, 237 pages) : illustrations.
Summary In this volume, nine renowned experts delineate their theoretical or methodological approach of Aikido in potentiating constructive handling of social conflicts. The authors depict the contribution of the Japanese self-defensive art Aikido to the theory and practice of conflict transformation. The concept of Elicitive Conflict Transformation (Lederach, Dietrich) necessarily calls for a revised understanding of applied peace work and a new personal profile of the conflict worker. This is the point where Aikido and conflict/peace work meet. Contents AiKiDo: The Trinity of Conflict Transformation Scientific Research Studies on Aikido Philosophical and Spiritual Roots Using Aikido and Transpersonal Psychology Concepts Aikido and Mediation Practical Applications of Aikido Transforming the Conflictual Body Embodied Compassionate Communication: Applied Aikido Non-Violent Communication and Aikido Rhetorical Aikido: Arguing as an Art of Peace Aikido and Law Enforcement Target Groups Lecturers and students of social sciences, especially in the field of conflict research, peace work, sociology and psychology, education, psychotherapy, mediation and communication studies Practitioners in the above fields, Aikido teachers and practitioners About the Editor Winfried Wagner, Dipl.-Psych., is a psychotherapist in private practice, certified in Clinical Gestalt Therapy, and Aikido teacher (7th degree black belt) at the international M.A. program 2Peace Studies3 at the University of Innsbruck, Austria.
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Contents Introduction; Reference List; Part I Theoretical Reflexions on Aikido; AiKiDo: The Trinity of Conflict Transformation; Ai -- The Transformative Power of Contact; Ki -- The Web of Life; Do -- The Path of Transformation; Epilogue: "Elicitive" Aikido; Reference List; Research Studies on Aikido in Potentiating ConstructiveHandling of Social Conflict; Research Studies and Findings on Aikido Related to Self-Regulation And Interactive Conflict-Regulation; Research Studies and Findings on Aikido Related toSelf- Actualization/-Transformation And Spirituality.
Research Studies and Findings on Aikido Related to The Interaction of Self-Regulation, Self-Transformation And Interactive Conflict-Regulation Overall Conclusion; Reference List; Philosophical and Spiritual Roots of Aikido; A Brief History of Aikido; Aikido and Shingon Buddhism; Aikido and Shinto; Conclusion; Reference List; Using Aikido and Transpersonal Psychology Concepts as Tools for Reconciling Conflict; Aikido; Transpersonal Psychology; Science and Aikido; Cooperation as a Key Concept; Reconciling Intrapersonal, Interpersonal, Organizational, and Global Conflict; Conclusion.
Reference ListAikido and Mediation; The Martial Arts in Japanese Culture; Litigation in Euro-American Culture; The Methodology of Aikido; The Methodology of Mediation; Mutual Relevance; Reference List; Part II Practical Applications of Aikido; Transforming the Conflictual Body; Introduction; The Distress Response; Physiological Retraining; Martial Context; Difficulties; Somatics; Replacing Smallifying; The Exercises; Conclusion; Reference List; Embodied Compassionate Communication: Applied Aikido; Body-Wisdom for maintaining connection in conflicts; Three distinct embodied languages.
Centering Under PressureEmbodiment Practices; Appendix; Non-Violent Communication and Aikido; Thinking and Feeling; S.U.R.F. Centering Practice; The Spiral Blend: Becoming What You Need -- Core Practice; Reference list; Rhetorical Aikido: Arguing as an Art of Peace; Yielding and Blending; Entering on an Angle; Reframing and Deliberative Argument; Turning Around the Argument, Turning the Argument Around; Conciliatory Argument; Conclusion; Reference List; Aikido and Law Enforcement: Why Training the Concepts and Techniques of Aikido Might Just Bridge the Gap Between Officers and Communities.
Identifying the ProblemSo, What Can We Do?; The Definition of Use of Force; New Tools for the Toolbox; It's Like Feeding Kids Their Veggies, on Both Sides of the Training Mat; Compassion and Empathy; Training LEO Is Not a Dojo; So, What Do Those Changes Need to Be?; So, what do we need to address?; Bridging the Gap; About the Authors.
Note Online resource; title from PDF title page (SpringerLink, viewed June 24, 2015).
ISBN 9783658101664 (electronic bk.)
3658101660 (electronic bk.)
3658101652 (print)
9783658101657 (print)
9783658101657
ISBN/ISSN 10.1007/978-3-658-10166-4
OCLC # 911386376
Additional Format Printed edition: 9783658101657