Weber, Thomas

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WEBER, Thomas

WEBER, Thomas. Australian, b. 1950. Genres: History, Philosophy, Biography. Career: La Trobe University, Bundoora, Australia, teacher of politics and peace studies and coordinator of Peace Studies Area. Institute for Peace Research, inaugural peace research scholar, 1987. Publications: (with K.L. Milte) Police in Australia: Development, Functions, and Procedures, 1977; (with K.L. Milte and S.I. Miller) Principles of Police Planning: Armed Robbery, 1978; (with R. Douglas) Guilty, Your Worship: A Study of Victoria's Magistrates' Courts (monograph), 1980; Hugging the Trees: The Story of the Chipko Movement, 1988; Conflict Resolution and Gandhian Ethics, 1991; Gandhi's Peace Army: The Shanti Sena and Unarmed Peacekeeping, 1996; On the Salt March: The Historiography of Gandhi's March to Dandi, 1997; (ed. with Y. Moser-Puanguswan) Nonviolent Intervention across Borders: A Recurrent Vision, 2000. Contributor to periodicals. Address: Politics Program, School of Social Sciences, La Trobe University. Online address: [email protected]