Theories of Conflict

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Theories of Conflict 26/01/2010 11:08:00 Strategies 1. Contending 2. Yielding 3. Problem Solving 4.Avoiding-withdrawal/inaction What is a Conflict? Conflict- Perceived divergence of interest. Functions (effects) Conflict 1. nourishes social change 2. discourage premature group decision making 3. reconciles legitimate interests 4. within-group solidarity 5. between group  Negative Functions of Conflicts
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1. environmental demands decreased  2. psychological and physical health problems 3. domestic 4. an increase in social violence 5. Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) 6. collective Trauma Interest positions values
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Nature and Source of Conflict 26/01/2010 11:08:00 Dimensions of Interest 1. Tangible/Intangible 2. Universal/Basic Human Needs (BHN Burton) 3. Specific (actors) Aspirations 1. Goals 2. standards                                                                           D- Integrative B       B-Only                                                               E N          E F I                                                    C- Moderate T                                                          (Both) T O O
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T H E R S                                                                            A- Only
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