Norway’s Culture of Peace

By Lauren Bracciodieta.

Published by The Humanities Collection

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Underlying Norway’s international peace efforts and its peaceful society are certain key cultural values and processes, yet these values also appear to have a negative impact on the Norwegian individual. Ultimately, the Norwegian individual’s needs and goals may be ignored, rejected, or sacrificed in order to maintain an overall peaceful culture, and as a result, the individual may lose his or her own sense of internal peace. Norway’s cultural values also appear to be influencing its recent approaches to multiculturalism.

Keywords: Norway, Peace, Culture, International, Likhet, Janteloven, Conformity, Multicultural, Identification, Compliance, Internalization

International Journal of the Humanities, Volume 8, Issue 6, pp.89-102. Article: Print (Spiral Bound). Article: Electronic (PDF File; 637.795KB).

Lauren Bracciodieta

Ph.D. Student, Institute of Transpersonal Psychology, Mountain View, CA, USA

Lauren Bracciodieta is currently a Ph.D. Student at the Institute of Transpersonal Psychology. Her research interests include cultural psychology, international psychology, peace psychology, quantum psychology and physics, spiritual psychology, non-duality, meditation, and psycho-spiritual integration. She holds Bachelor of Arts degrees in Political Science and Anthropology from Columbia University. Lauren is also a Reiki Master and Teacher.

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