Conflict PP - Size Communication Change Appeal Conflict...

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Conflict -the perception of INCOMPATIBLE actions
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Conflict Creation Social Dilemmas those dilemmas that threaten the human future Nuclear arms Global warming Overpopulation Natural-resource depletion
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Tragedy of the Commons When individuals become selfish in taking more than their share, conflict arises. Necessities in life are a common need to everyone. What do we do when we run out of these resources? Must eliminate conflict now through education!
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Resolution to Social Dilemmas Regulation
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Unformatted text preview: Size Communication Change Appeal Conflict Creation Competition People want to be at the top, and in order for that to happen, someone else has to fall below. People build hostility towards others when competition arises thus creating conflict. Conflict Creation Perceived Injustice Issue = Equality Should everyone be treated equally? What about males and females? What about different job positions? What about prisoners?...
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This note was uploaded on 05/05/2008 for the course PSYCH 306 taught by Professor Anderson during the Spring '08 term at St. Ambrose University.

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