4 edition of Alva Myrdal In International Affairs found in the catalog.
December 31, 2003
by Uppsala Pub. House
Written in English
|Contributions||Peter Wallensteen (Editor), Alva Reimer Myrdal (Editor)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||83|
Alva Myrdal (Swadish: [ˌalːva ˈmyːɖɑːl]; née Reimer; 31 Januar – 1 Februar ) wis a Swadish sociologist an received the Nobel Peace Prize in She mairied Gunnar Myrdal in . Swedish Diplomat, Politician, Member of the cabinet, Author. One of the most noted persons in Swedish public debate. A distinguished member of the Social Democrat Party, highly engaged in promoting social welfare. But also controversial. In she and her husband, Gunnar Myrdal, published the book .
The report “Making Targeted Sanctions Effective” was the outcome of a large international process for improving sanctions and was presented to the UN Security Council in February The same year, Wallensteen’s edited book on Nobel Peace Prize Laureate Alva Myrdal, Alva Myrdal in International Affairs (Coronet), was published. Alva Myrdal, švedska sociologinja in političarka, nobelovka, * januar , † 1. februar , Stockholm, Švedska.. Prejela je Nobelovo nagrado za mir leta skupaj z Alfonsom Garcío Roblesom za vpliv in pobudo pri razorožitvi in pomiritvi ZDA in Sovjetske zveze med hladno vojno na območju Latinske čila se je s pomembnim ekonomistom in prav tako nobelovcem Gunnarjem.
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Alva Myrdal Biographical A lva Myrdal was born in Uppsala ingraduated from University inand married Gunnar Myrdal the same year.
Together with her husband she made a major contribution in the s to the work of promoting social welfare. Alva Myrdal in international affairs. Uppsala: Uppsala Publishing House AB: Department of Peace and Conflict Research, Uppsala University, © (OCoLC) Named Person: Alva Myrdal; Alva Myrdal: Material Type: Conference publication: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Peter Wallensteen; Alva Myrdal; Uppsala universitet.
Alva Myrdal, född Reimer den 31 januari i Uppsala, död 1 februari i Danderyd, var en svensk socialdemokratisk politiker och var statsråd – samt mottog Nobels fredspris år (delat med Alfonso García Robles, Mexiko).Alva Myrdal gifte sig med Gunnar var mor till Jan Myrdal, Sissela Bok och Kaj Fölster samt mormor till Hilary och Thomas.
First Edition. Hardcover. Near Fine/Very Good-Near Fine. Type: Book Alva experienced thr tug between work and motherhood that women know so well today.
She was able to help make the world a better place to live for generations of other mothers and children. A major figure in International affairs. Author of Women's two roles, Nation and family, The game of disarmament, America's role in international social welfare, Women's two roles, home and work, "Något kan man väl göra, Dynamics of European Nuclear Disarmament, Myrdal.
Sissela Bok (born Sissela Myrdal on 2 December ) is a Swedish-born American philosopher and ethicist, the daughter of two Nobel Prize winners: Gunnar Myrdal who won the Economics prize with Friedrich Hayek inand Alva Myrdal who won the Nobel Peace Prize in /5(5).
When Alva Myrdal was awarded the Nobel Peace Prize inshe had been fighting a tough battle for decades as one of the strongest advocates of disarmament. For many years, she led the Swedish delegation in the disarmament negotiations in Geneva and was the first woman to reach leading positions in the United Nations.
Internationally acclaimed for her contribution to world peace, Alva Myrdal's personal life () was a series of battles—against her rural Swedish parents, her husband, her children, her reputation, and in her personal quest to find out ``How do I become myself?'' Such ironies abound in this tactful and poignant memoir by her daughter (Philosophy/Brandeis; A Strategy for Peace, 'mother murder' of the too-influential Alva Myrdal in her book To Arrange Life ().
Yvonne Hirdman's latest book, With Forked Tongue (), recentres Alva Myrdal in the Women's movement. Two sociological dissertations have treated Alva Myrdal: the already-mentioned Jan Olof Nilsson, Alva Myrdal () and Margareta. Alva Myrdal is the author of Nation and Family ( avg rating, 3 ratings, 0 reviews, published ), The Game of Disarmament ( avg rating, 1 ratin /5(1).
Alva Reimer Myrdal, Swedish diplomat, government minister, author, and advocate of nuclear disarmament. She was the corecipient with Alfonso García Robles of Mexico of the Nobel Prize for Peace in Alva Reimer married the Swedish economist Gunnar Myrdal in After a career as a teacher.
Alva Myrdal became perhaps the most important driving force when modern Swedish childcare was emerging – something that later made it possible for Swedish women to get an education and have a career.
After the Second World War, her international engagement took off and she quickly reached leading positions in the newly formed United Nations.
Jan Myrdal, the radical son of famous economist Gunnar Myrdal and international dearmament activist Alva Myrdal, made a reckoning both with himself and his generation as well as the tradition of European intellectuals in the 20th Century in this memoir, "Confessions of a Disloyal European".Reviews: 2.
Throughout her life she read extensively in international affairs as well as enjoying fiction and poetry, which she read in the original English, French, German, and Spanish. Myrdal died in Stockholm in February of ; her husband died the following year.
Books. Bok, Sissela, Alva Myrdal: A Daughter's Memoir, Addison-Wesley, Carlson. Myrdal was married to politician and diplomat Alva Myrdal inand together had two daughters, Kaj Fölster (mother of Swedish economist Stefan Fölster) and Sissela Bok, and a son, Jan Myrdal.
Alva Myrdal was a prominent leader of the disarmament movement. She, along with Alfonso Garcia Robles, received the Nobel Peace Prize in Alva Myrdal Nobel Lecture Nobel Lecture, Decem Disarmament, Technology and the Growth in Violence.
Chairman, Honored guests: In the first place it is my obvious and at the same time most pleasant duty to express my gratitude for the honor that has been accorded me by the award of the Nobel Peace Prize.
Alva Myrdal: kommenterad bibliografi,med Engelsk paralleltext = Alva Myrdal: an annotated bibliography,with parallel text in English by Barbro Terling (Book) Alva: ett kvinnoliv by Sissela Bok (Book).
Alva Myrdal () of Sweden and Alfonso Garcia Robles () of Mexico. They were awarded the Peace Nobel Prize for their work towards international disarmament. Alva Myrdal was a Swedish social scientist and politician. She was a high-ranking member of. Alva Myrdal was a Swedish politician, diplomat and sociologist, best remembered as the winner of Nobel Prize for Peace.
This biography of Alva Myrdal provides detailed information about her childhood, life, achievements, works & timeline. In ALVA MYRDAL: A DAUGHTER’S MEMOIR, character is a kind of prism, reflecting roles and relationship on numerous levels: personal, social, political.
As family drama, the memoir transcends. 1. Alva Myrdal, The Game of Disarmament (New York, ); Yvonne Hirdman, Alva Myrdal: Na˚got kan man va¨l alltid go¨ra. Texter – (Stockholm, ); Peter Wallensteen, Alva Myrdal in International Affairs (Uppsala, ).
IRSH 51 (), pp. – DOI: /S # Internationaal Instituut voor Sociale.Editorial Reviews. The relationship between the personal, the political, and the public is at the core of modern politics.
By focusing on the self-presentation in words and media images of the Swedish social scientists and reformers Alva and Gunnar Myrdal, Thomas Etzemuller offers a fresh perspective both on their one-time international celebrity status as “rational modernizers” and on the.
Alva Myrdal, the Swedish diplomat who was a co-winner of the Nobel Peace Prize in for her efforts to promote world disarmament, died Saturday night in Stockholm after a long illness.