Ch_12_Difficult - Chapter12 Definedinavarietyofways...

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Chapter 12
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Defined in a variety of ways The textbook’s definition: Conflict is a struggle that occurs when individuals,  interdependent with others, perceive that those  others are interfering with their goal attainment.
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Conflict results are not always negative. Discussions made after addressing conflict are often high  quality. There is a strong sense of ownership in decisions made  following conflict. Conflict causes professionals to sharpen their thinking. Conflict develops more open and trusting relationships. The practice of effectively communicating during conflict  can make it easier to address future conflict.
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Categories are related to interests, rights, and  power. Conflict between individuals with different goals Conflict between individuals with the same goals Conflict about power Conflict within individuals
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Conflict is influenced by the organization and 
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This note was uploaded on 05/13/2011 for the course SPED 535 taught by Professor Dr.wadsworth during the Spring '11 term at University of Louisiana at Lafayette.

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Ch_12_Difficult - Chapter12 Definedinavarietyofways...

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