Nonkilling Global Political Science

Nonkilling Global Political Science

Nonkilling Global Political Science  
Author(s) Glenn D. Paige
Country United States
Language English
Subject(s) Nonkilling
Publisher Xlibris, Center for Global Nonkilling
Publication date 2002
Pages 267
ISBN ISBN 0738857459
OCLC Number 45093643

Nonkilling Global Political Science is a 2002 book written by political scientist Glenn D. Paige. In his book, Paige challenges the violence-accepting assumptions of the discipline of political science as a whole.[1] Paige introduces the concept of Nonkilling, which refers to the absence of killing, threats to kill, and conditions conducive to killing in human society.[2]

By 2009 the book was being translated into 34 languages [2] and had led to convening the First Global Nonkilling Leadership Forum in Honolulu, Hawai‘i, 1–4 November 2007.[3]

See also


  1. ^ For other authors on nonkilling see 비살생 정치학과 지구평화운동 (For Nonkilling Global Political Science. Glenn D. Paige and his Scholarship), 한배호...[등저] ; 안청시 편 , Seoul: , 2004; G.D. Paige’s Nonkilling Thesis: A Vision of New Politics, Balwant (Bill) Bhaneja, 2005; De-escalating Media Language of Killing: An instructional module, Beverly Ann Deepe Keever, In Conflict and Communication Online, Vol. 6, No. 1 (2007), pp. 1–7; A Nonkilling, Nonviolent World for the 21st Century, Mairead Maguire, 9th World Summit of Nobel Peace Laureates, 2007; Nonkilling Global Political Science, Balwant Bhaneja, Peace Magazine, January–March (2005), pp. 27; A Nonkilling Paradigm for Political Problem Solving, Balwant Bhaneja, Asteriskos: Journal of International and Peace Studies, Vol. 1 (2006), pp. 273–277; Special Issue on Glenn Paige and Nonkilling Political Science, Journal of Peace and Gandhian Studies, Vol.5, No. 1, 2004 OCLC 37393517; Is a nonkilling society possible?, Paschal Eze, West Africa, Issue 4366 (March, 10–16, 2003), pp. 40–41 ISSN 0043-2962; A Nonkilling Paradigm for Political Scientists, Psychologists, and Others, Charles E. Collyer, Peace and Conflict (2003), pp. 371–372, ISSN 10781919; Politics of non-violence, S. P. Udayakumar, Frontline (India), Vol. 19, Issue 24, (23 November – 6 December 2002).
  2. ^ Glenn D. Paige, Nonkilling Global Political Science. Center for Global Nonkilling, 2002; 3rd ed. 2009, page 1.[1]
  3. ^ "Global Nonkilling Leadership" (PDF). 2009.