The following LC classification range descriptions represent areas of concentration for peace studies:
B (Philosophy (general)): Modern (1450-1600). Selectively collected category: By religion.
BF (Psychology): Behaviorism; Gestalt, humanistic, existential psychology; Motivation; Will. Choice. Control; Psychology by class or occupation; Psychology of belief, faith, influence, values. Selectively collected category: Psychology of nations.
GN (Anthropology): Ethics. Values; Political anthropology; Social control; Warfare and weapons.
HM (Sociology): Individualism. Passive resistance, nonviolence.
JA (Political Science (general)): Relation to ethics; Communication in politics
JC (Political Theory): Opposition. Civil disobedience. Insurgency. Violence; Rights of the individual.
JX (International Law. International Relations): Foreign relations; International arbitration, organization, etc.
JZ (International Relations): Promotion of peace. Peaceful change; Non-military coercion; The armed conflict. War and order; Neutrality. Non-participation in wars. Norms of neutrality; Humanitarian aspects of war.
KZD (Space Law. Law of Outer Space): The following categories are collected selectively: Disarmament, demilitarization; Space warfare.