Kathy Crewe

Kathy Crewe

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Kathy Crewe Kelly graduated from George Mason University in May 2015 with a PhD in Conflict Analysis and Resolution. Her dissertation was entitled, Inter-Discursive Dynamics and Darfur: Analyzing Narrative Complexity Behind Responses of the United Nations and African Union, 2003-2006. Kathy's previous graduate research in negotiation and conflict resolution while at Harvard related to third party mediation between the Nez Perce Tribe and North Central Idaho Jurisdictional Alliance. She speaks French and Russian.
 



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Uses negotiating experiences to construct framework for thinking about and analyzing negotiation processes. Framework...
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April 16, 2015
As the African Union-United Nations Hybrid Operation in Darfur (UNAMID) prepares to reduce its presence in Sudan, criticism of the force’s effectiveness as a tool of intervention has come to the fore (Sengupta & Gettleman, 2014). UNAMID’s perceived...
Category: Doctoral Dissertation
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Dissertation Defense: Kathy CreweInterpretation Of A Decision: A Social-Interactive Discourse Analysis Of The Public Debate Behind Decision-Making Of The United Nations And African Union In Darfur And Implications For Future ResponsesApril 16th11:00am - 1:00pmConference Room 5183Prof. Sara Cobb (
April 16, 2015
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A growing body of research has illustrated how narratives and the framing of an issue underpin domestic policy debates and decisions, especially in the environmental realm. There is relatively less research, however, about how the framing of today’s violent conflicts around the world, as
March 07, 2012
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