Emotional Climates, Human Security, and Cultures of Peace
June 2007, Wiley-Blackwell
2. The Emotional Climate of Nations and Their Culture of Peace (Joseph de Rivera, Rachael Kurrien, and Nina Olsen)3. The Impact of the Madrid Bombing on Personal Emotions, Emotional Atmosphere and Emotional Climate (Susan Conejero and Itziar Etxebarria).
4. Emotional Climate in Organizations: Applications in Latin American Prisons (José Ignacio Ruiz).
5. The Social Sharing of Emotion as an Interface Between Individual and Collective Processes in the Construction of Emotional Climates (Bernard Rimé).
6. Social Sharing, Participation in Demonstrations, Emotional Climate, and Coping with Collective Violence after the March 11th Madrid Bombings (Darío Páez, Nekane Basabe, Silvia Ubillos, and José Luis González-Castro).
7. Emotional Climate as Emotion Accessibility: How Countries Prime Emotions (José-Miguel Fernández-Dols, Pilar Carrera, Alejandra Hurtado de Mendoza, and Luis Oceja).
8. Human Security in Communities in Costa Rica and the United States (Caitlin O. Mahoney and Tatiana M. Pinedo)9. Political Violence, Impunity, and Emotional Climate in Maya Communities (M. Brinton Lykes, Carlos Martín Beristain, and Maria Luisa Cabrera Pérez-Arminan).
10. Collective Rituals, Emotional Climate and Intergroup Perception: Participation in "Gacaca" Tribunals and Assimilation of the Rwandan Genocide (Patrick Kanyangara, Bernard Rimé, Pierre Philippot, and Vincent Yzerbyt).
11. Culture of Peace: Sociostructural Dimensions, Cultural Values, and Emotional Climate (Nekane Basabe and Jose Valencia).
12. Subjective Well-Being and Peace (Ed Diener and William Tov).
13. Collective Emotions in Conflict Situations: Societal Implications (Daniel Bar-Tal, Eran Halperin, and Joseph de Rivera)
Dario Paéz is Professor of Social Psychology at the University of the Basque Country in Spain. He has published numerous works on the mental health, collective memory and social identity of refuges, migrants and those exposed to traumatic events.
- Individual articles deal with the emotional climate in different prisons, communities, regions, and nations
- Topics examined include how emotional climates affect our individual and collective behavior, and how climate is affected by terrorist attacks, genocide, and conditions of peace
- Others relate emotional climate to the peacefulness of different cultures and the happiness of individuals.